The path to bilingual/ESL teaching and counseling products that you can't find anywhere else!

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Here at Bilingual Learner, you'll find various lessons, counseling session guides, curriculum guides, activities, games, songs, assessments, and data tracking tools that are especially suited for both English speaking and non English speaking learners.  We also have a blog addressing issues facing the world these days, as well as helpful tips and links to enhance your teaching and counseling- please comment, we'd love to hear your ideas, too!

Click on the Products tab for a brief explanation of the types of ESL/bilingual teaching and counseling products we have here and how they can help you minimize your planning and searching time, so you can maximize your counseling and teaching! Our products are available in both English and Spanish.

Also check out our Contact page to let us know how you think we're doing and to give us your feedback about our Future Products in Development.







Try out a few samples of our bilingual/ESL education and counseling products below on this page to see if you like what we're all about...if so, you can find the full product on our Products Page.  And there's even MORE free stuff on the Resources Page.  Happy downloading!
**To view, save, copy, or print the samples below, just click on the image for a free item! 

***Small disclaimer here- please excuse some of the strange formatting as you download these free products.  We used Google Docs to get make these items easily available and, while it is a wonderful technology, GD really messed with some of our very cute and orderly graphics/formatting.  Of course, if you buy any of our products, they will be formatted by us, not Google Docs, and will look lovely, just as advertised!


Weekly/Monthly Counseling Reports

 This data tool will help you show your administrators exactly what it is you do all day as you spin from one (or 10!) student/s to another!  Here is a template that allows you to make quick tallies to show 15 minute increments of your time, and then total it all up once per month- Excel even lets you show it in neat pie charts.  *FYI- Google Docs wouldn't let us put our pie charts into the template, so click the Facebook icon to the right and message us there if you'd like to receive the pie charts.


Peer Mentor Program

When a new student arrives, do you have to drop everything for an hour or more and make their schedule?  Well, not anymore!  This unique and innovative program will show you how to train your students to be mentors who take the new student on an all day tour while they help them transition to the school on their first day.  Meanwhile, you can take your time to make the best schedule possible for the newbie!



Group and Guidance Lesson Data Tools!

These handy products show you how to make pre and posttests for your counseling groups and/or guidance lessons and then turn them into hard and fast data graphs to show the awesome progress your students are making!



Bilingual Anger Management Game- El Juego de COOL IT!

This fun and motivating game allows students to pick an anger management strategy and practice role-playing it!  Excellent practice in any language for this kids who need it most.



ESL for Beginners Culture Explorers- Great Read Alouds with Activities!

Why not read some engaging literature aloud to your ESL students so they can see how others have experienced new cultures?  The books on the list below all provide wonderful opportunities for your students to see that they aren't the only ones going through culture shock or trying to understand the English-speaking culture. 



ESL for Beginners Volume Two- English-themed Field Trips!

Take a break from that classroom and let your students learn from real life!  This free product includes many different ideas for fascinating field trips in your neck of the woods!



Grief Counseling Sessions Guide- Stages of Grief Activity (soon to be released in Spanish, too)

 This free product lets your student explore the grief process and identify their place in it.  A followup collage activity encourages the student to reflect on their feelings, the first step on the road to feeling better.