Insect child’s face in English
In this page an approximation of these differences is made, referring to the most frequent vocabulary, and in the educated register; that is to say, only words that habitually can be read or heard in the mass media are included.
A container, generally metallic, cylindrical in shape and hermetically sealed, used to store or transport highly volatile gases or liquids; it is equipped with a device that allows dosing the output of its contents.
Storage container, generally with a rectangular base and open at the top, which fits into the hollow of a piece of furniture and can be slid outwards to open it and inwards to close it.
A sheet of paper, generally elongated, used for communication within an institution or organization; it is used to send or request something, or to precisely record certain information.
Instrument for cutting paper, cardboard, etc., on a flat surface, consisting of a very sharp blade, sheathed in a support and with incisions that allow it to break easily when the tip stops cutting well.
How is it written in the plural, children?
child noun, masculine (plural: children m)
How do you abbreviate children?
Children and adolescents (NNA)
Sinónimos de bebé
Leer a tu hijo en distintos idiomas puede ser divertido y educativo. Leer a tu hijo en dos idiomas tiene muchas ventajas. No sólo aprenden un nuevo idioma, sino que también aumentan su vocabulario al aprender nuevas palabras. Leer a tus hijos en dos idiomas no ralentiza su comprensión de una lengua, sino que mejora su comprensión de ambas.
Cuantas más palabras conozcan los niños, mejor les irá cuando aprendan a leer. Las investigaciones nos dicen que es más fácil leer una palabra que se conoce. Puede utilizar los libros para ampliar el vocabulario de sus hijos. Cuando leáis juntos, buscad en el libro palabras que tengan el mismo significado o que sean sinónimas. Basarse en las palabras que su hijo conoce facilita el aprendizaje de nuevas palabras, lo que hará que su hijo comprenda mejor lo que lee cuando aprenda a leer.
Cuando lea con sus hijos, no se limite a leer las palabras. Hable de los dibujos. Describa lo que ocurre. Señale las palabras y señale la imagen que corresponda, así podrán establecer la conexión entre la palabra y la imagen.
Child” in English
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c. In this passage, the woman clothed with the sun has been associated with many different religious ideas. Roman Catholics say this woman is Mary, described as the “Queen of Heaven.” Mary Baker Eddy said she was this woman.
b. On their heads seven diadems: This dragon has great power (seven heads and ten horns) and claims royal authority (seven diadems). The crowns represent his presumptuous claims of royal authority against the true King. He wants to be considered a king.
And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and he cast them to the earth. And the dragon stood before the woman who was about to give birth, in order to devour her child as soon as it was born.
Synonym for child
Imagine that in a classroom the teacher finishes explaining how to solve the subtraction of fractions and asks his students if there are any doubts, half of them understood and the other half didn’t. The teacher explains a second time, this time only five of them couldn’t solve their doubts. The teacher explains a second time, this time only five students did not manage to solve their doubts. Finally, so that everyone understands, he explains a third time and everything is clear. This is an example of how learning rhythms are experienced.
The pace of learning is the speed at which a person learns, which is influenced by the capacity, skills and aptitudes of each student or individual. There are three learning rhythms:
Those with slow learning times have difficulty concentrating and keeping up with the rest of the students, low motivation, problems retaining and retrieving learned information, and little ability to memorize verbal stimuli.
They analyze, test and study information in regular periods of time, without difficulties that may impact their school performance. In some cases they are inclined towards specific subjects in which they are better, without their performance in the rest of them being an issue of concern.