Digital Citizenship in Spanish!

For those of you who have been reading my blog over the last few years, I wanted to give you a heads up that there will soon be some exciting new changes!  In June, I will be launching my own website called….


This has been a labor of love that my husband and I have been talking about and working on for quite a few months!  My hope is that “Lessons by Sandy will become a valuable resource for parents, grandparents, teachers, and students.

One of the first things that I will do in June is move my blog posts over to my website. Unfortunately, this means that “bookfairygoddess” will no longer be updated, but I hope you all will bookmark “Lessons by Sandy” as one of your new favorites! Don’t worry…if you forget that I’ve moved, I’ll leave some forwarding information for you and the link to my new website! 🙂 

One feature of my website that I’m super excited about is that I will be offering the activities that I’ve been making in Spanish!  One of my good friends is a bilingual teacher at my school, and she will be translating my activities into Spanish.  It may be a slow process to get everything completed, but new products will be posted as soon as they are ready! 

The first activity I chose to translate was the one on Digital Citizenship. You can read about my original post on this here.  With the school year ending, many students will have more free time on their own devices and computers.  I always end the year with showing my students cool activities and projects that they can do on the computer, but I also use this as a time to review good digital citizenship skills so that they can be safe when online and make good choices.   Here’s a sneak preview of this new product!
If you’d like these products, you can get them here on my website or at my TpT store.
Plus, if you shop May 3rd and May 4th, in honor or Teacher Appreciation Week, you can get up to 28% off all my products using the code “CELEBRATE”!  
Happy shopping, and I’ll be posting more information about my new website in the coming weeks!



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