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I’m not sure that is even still on the list of products. Knowing the letter name does not enable you to read, but knowing its sound does!! I worked the Sonidos frequently when he was 2 and 3 yrs old. Newer Post Older Post Home.

We can help you here at Estrellita. Have you tried emailing Maria Teniente, who left a comment above?

Victoria Salinas-Davis September 2, at 2: Again I have been amazed at how easily he “gets it” and is suddenly trying to read everything!! They don’t teach letter names but rather letter sounds first. And i don’t think it is my son’s intellect but rather the logical way the information is presented.


And the Montessori Methods have been the same for more than years! My son is now in a MOntessori class and their method is similar also. So, there were materials I am sure we did not use to their potential. Please e-mail me at mteniente estrellita.

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That would have been nice to receive from the school district. Do you know if there is an introductory letter for parents that explains the Estrellita curriculum?

At that time that was the only product they offered me to use at home.

I commend you on your dedication to your child’s education Please contact us at or via our website at www. Maria Teniente July 30, at 6: Anonymous April 2, at Our curriculum has been used successfully in the home and in the classroom. I have used Estrellita with him since he was 2 yrs. Monica Olivera September 2, at 8: We have spoken Spanish exclusively to him at home and it is still his dominant language.


Anonymous November 3, at 3: Hello, My name is Maria Teniente. It was an intuitive approach that the children learned easily and flowed to the subsequent steps easily and naturally.


I didn’t have any training on it. The fact that in the beginning the estrelluta names is not taught at all, but rather the letter sound, seemed strange, but it makes complete sense!

My son is now 5. About 4 years ago I purchased the “Parent Packet” so I could use the system on my son at home. Of course, back then it did not have as many additional components as it does now.