Did you know that over 20% of school-aged children in the U.S. speak a language other than English at home? The proportion is even higher globally. English language learner (ELL) education is a crucial issue for schools; yet few STEM resources incorporate ELLs’ home language into instruction. There is resounding evidence for bilingual classrooms: Curricula that systematically include ELLs’ home language result in significanly higher subject-specific and literacy performance. Science Journal for Kids is working to bridge the language gap with articles translated in Spanish. Our team of translators collaborates directly with the authors to produce accurate texts, vocabulary words, comprehension questions, graphs, and images in 17 languages. Avoid pesky automated mistranslations with this custom content.
Help your Spanish-speaking students succeed with engaging articles! You can provide students with side-by-side Spanish and English versions, or let readers choose based on their comfort level.
Select from a growing content library of articles translated in Spanish or contact us with specific translation inquiries. Click the button below to see the full list of articles currently available in Spanish. To find the Spanish version, click on the article’s picture and scroll down to the “Additional Languages” section.
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