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Translated Materials – Spanish

PACER offers bilingual workshops, individual assistance and translated publications focusing on issues facing families from diverse backgrounds. The following publications have been translated into Spanish.


NEW! Special Education: What Do I Need to Know? (Spanish version)
A 37 minute audio/video (translated in Spanish) overview of special education created to help parents of children with disabilities understand what special education is, how a child might get into special education, how to resolve disagreements, and what role parents play. 2009.
Developed by PACER Center, it is funded in part by a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education.

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This presentation is also available in English, Hmong, and Somali learn more >>>>


Early Childhood Transition Guidebook - Spanish Version pdf icon (download for free)
Helps parents understand the process that guides their child's transition from infant and toddler intervention services to other early childhood services at age three and includes strategies to use for a successful transition. Also available in English and Somali. 2011.
square $3.00 | 10+ copies, $2.50 each  | PHP-a40s

Thoughts About My Child - Spanish Version
Families can organize information about a young child with disabilities: daily routine, likes and dislikes, skills, unique characteristics, birth and health history, needs, names of medical or school professionals, health/human services numbers, etc.
square $1.50 | 10+ copies, $1 each  | PHP-a17s

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pdf icon Accessible Instructional Materials: Basics for Families - Spanish Version
This booklet helps parents decide whether their child needs accessible instructional materials (AIM), what specialized format the student needs, how to access these materials, and what supports the student needs to use AIM. 2011
square $2 | 10+ for $1.50 each | STC-23s

Information Cards

IEP Meeting Parent Tip Card - Spanish Version
Laminated cards with questions to ask during your child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting, as well as questions to ask about the IEP process. 2014.
square $0.25 | 100+ copies, $.20 each (please call for shipping and handling pricing)  | PHP-a45Sp

Parent Information Cards - Spanish Version
Laminated 3 x 5-inch cards detailing parent rights and responsibilities in special education as well as topics of discussion for IEP development that parents can bring with them to their child's IEP meetings. 2010.
square $0.25 | 100+ copies, $.20 each (please call for shipping and handling pricing)  | PHP-a39s

Activity Cards

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These activity cards help your child develop literacy skills that are important for reading and learning success. You can do these fun skill-builders at home, in your neighborhood, and on the go! For children in grades K-3. 2012.
square $4 | 10+ copies, $2.50 each | 100+ copies, $2 each  | PHP-a43s

image of Let's Talk Activity Cards - Spanish Version publication Let's Talk Activity Cards - Spanish Version
Let’s Talk is an easy and fun way for parents to interact and help your child be ready for reading. These cards will help build your child’s vocabulary and speaking skills—the first steps in learning to read. No special supplies are needed, just you and your child.
square $4 | 10+ copies, $2.50 each | 100+ copies, $2 each  | PHP-a27s

Let's Talk and Count! Activity Cards - Spanish Version
Let’s Talk and Count! is an easy and fun way for parents to interact and help your child be ready for reading and counting. These cards will help build your child’s vocabulary and speaking skills, as well as increase your child’s early math skills. No special supplies are needed, just you and your child.
square $4 | 10+ copies, $2.50 each | 100+ copies, $2 each  | PHP-a41s

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A Family Guide to Participating in the Child Outcomes Measurement Process (Spanish version) PHP-a51s
A Parent’s Guide to School Testing: What You Need to Know - Spanish Version GE-7s
A Parent’s Vision and High Expectations are Powerful - Spanish version GE-6s
Accessing County Children's Mental Health Services For Your Child - Spanish Version PHP-c84S
Acronyms and Agencies - Spanish Version ALL-48s
Assistive Technology for Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children with Disabilities - Spanish Version PHP-c212s
Attending Meetings to Plan Your Child's IEP - Spanish Version PHP-c27s
Attending Meetings to Plan Your Child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) - Spanish Version ALL-8s
Bullying and Harassment of Students with Disabilities - Top 10 Facts for Parents, Educators and Students BP-18s
Checklist: Are You a Target? - Spanish Version AreYouATarget-Spanish
Checklist: Do You Bully? - Spanish Version DoYouBully-Spanish
Checklist: Preparing for and Attending Mediation PHP-c200s
Child-Centered Assistive Technology (AT) Plan (IEP) - Spanish version STC-33b(s)
Child-Centered Assistive Technology (AT) Plan (IFSP) - Spanish version STC-34b(s)
Childhood Skills Checklist - Spanish Version PHP-c76s
Communication in the Special Education Process - Spanish Version PHP-c82s
Evaluation: What Does It Mean for Your Child? - Spanish Version - Minnesota Version PHP-c2s
Evaluation: What Does It Mean for Your Child? - Spanish Version - National Version ALL-11s
Evidence-Based Practices at School: A Guide for Parents ALL-68s
Examples of Assistive Technology for Young Children - Spanish version STC-29s
Examples of PBI Strategies - Spanish PHP-c215b(s)
Explore Assistive Technology and Open New Doors for Your Child - Spanish version STC-28s
Filing a Complaint with the MDE - Spanish version PHP-b17s
Help Your Children Learn with After-school and Summer Programs - Spanish version GE-4s
How to Prepare Your Child with Disabilities for Kindergarten -Tips for Parents - Spanish Version PHP-c179s
How to Try Assistive Technology with Your Infant, Toddler, or Preschooler - Spanish version STC-27s
How Will I Know If My Child Is Making Progress? - Spanish Version - Minnesota Version PHP-c78s
How Will I know if My Child is Making Progress? - Spanish Version- National Version ALL-13s
IEP Goals - Spanish Version ALL-56s
Informed Parent Consent for Pre-School and School-Aged Children with Disabilities - Spanish Version ALL-40s
Keys to Success in the Family-School Partnership - Spanish GE-1s
Learning to Communicate: A Timeline for Typical Development - Spanish Version PHP-c69s
Making the Move from Preschool to Kindergarten - Spanish Version PHP-c196s
Minnesota Due Process Options PHP-a25s
Natural Environments Support Early Intervention Services - Spanish Version PHP-c178s
Notifying the School About a Bullying Incident - Using a Template Letter Spanish version BP-19s
Parent Tips for Transition Planning - Spanish Version ALL-14s
Prior Written Notice - Spanish Version ALL-43s
Promising Practices: Helping Your Child Read and Understand - Spanish Version GE-3s
Related Services - Spanish Version ALL-52s
School Accommodations and Modifications - Spanish Version - Minnesota Version PHP-c49s
School Records and Parents' Rights - Spanish Version PHP-c41s
Simple, Inexpensive Devices Can Assist in Communication - Spanish Version - Minnesota Version PHP-c72s
Simple, Inexpensive Devices Can Assist in Communication - Spanish Version - National Version ALL-16s
Special Education Evaluation - Spanish Version ALL-10s
Students' Perceptions of Instruction in Inclusion Classrooms: Implications for Students with Learning Disabilities - Spanish Version ALL-42s
Tips for Transition Planning - Spanish Version PHP-c80s
Tips to Support Reading and Writing for Children with Significant Disabilities PHP-c206s
Tips to Support Reading and Writing, Every Child Needs a Voice PHP-c207s
Tips to Support Reading and Writing, Every Writer Needs a Pencil PHP-c208s
Tips to Support Shared Reading - Spanish version PHP-c213s
Transition to Adulthood for Youth with Challenging Behaviors: Transition Planning Tips for Parents (Spanish version) PHP-c235s
Transportation and Children Who Have Disabilities - Spanish Version ALL-55s
Understanding the Early Intervention System PHP-c137s
Understanding the Special Education Process - Spanish Version - National Version ALL-17s
Want to Help Your Child Succeed in School? - Spanish Version GE-2s
What is a Functional Behavioral Assessment and How Is It Used? An Overview for Parents - Spanish PHP-c215a(s)
What is Service Coordination (Spanish version) PHP-c274s
What Services May be Offered to Students in Title 1 Schools? - Spanish Version MPC-61s
Writing Goals and Objectives for an Early Childhood Individualized Education Program - Spanish version PHP-c260s
You and Your Elementary School-aged Child - Spanish version GE-5s
Your Action Plan Against Bullying! - Spanish translation BP-25s
Your Action Plan, Spanish version BP-25(1)s
Your Child with a Disability Can Take Part in Extracurricular Activities ALL-70s



Book and Audio

Child Development Booklets
This series of five booklets teach and encourage parents of young children (birth to age 5.) All are simply worded and beautifully illustrated with photos of children and families of various ethnic/cultural groups. 2000. (See Translations for Hmong and Spanish.)
$5 | 10+, $4.50 each | 100+, $4 each

Written in the child's voice, engaging booklets with focus on development.

I Am My Child's First Teacher  |  LPA-35S
English, Hmong, Spanish
Hopeful and supportive, this booklet focuses on the strengths developed and the challenges faced by many parents of a young child with a disability.


Accompanies Family Strength Series Books. Covers the text from the book series. All five books are on a single tape. 2001.
$3 | 10+ copies, $2 each | 100+ copies, $1 each  | LPA-38S

Record Keeping Folders

Special Education Record Keeping Folders
Parents can keep important papers related to their child's education plus helpful tips on working with your child's school. 2004.
1-10, $10 each | 11-100, $8 each | 101-500 copies, $7 each | 501+ copies, $5 each  | PHP-a5s

Workshop/Training Curricula

Families are Important: An Early Childhood Curriculum - Spanish Version
This training curriculum describes the early intervention process and the family’s role in developing an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 51 slides. 2007.
$15 | CD-ROM  | ALL-45s

IDEA 2004 for Families and Advocates (Draft) - Spanish Version
This curriculum covers seven key areas of IDEA 2004: Definitions, Evaluation, Individualized Education Program (IEP), Least Restrictive Environment (LRE), Private School Placement, Procedural Safeguards, and Placement in an Interim Alternative Educational Setting (IAES). 95 slides, 2009.
$15 | CD-ROM  | ALL-35s

Is Your Child a Target of Bullying? Intervention Strategies for Parents of Children with Disabilities
The appealing design and easy-to-understand, common-sense suggestions are sure to inform and encourage families as they address bullying issues. 33 slides. 2003. CD-Rom.
$15 | CD-ROM: English OR Spanish version  | ALL-19s

Understanding ADHD
This curriculum provides information for parents, teachers and others about ADHD including behavior management, strategies for parents, and instructional strategies for teachers. It can be used in total as a three-hour workshop, or as a series of shorter trainings for community education purposes. The curriculum consists of four units that can be used as short workshops or as the foundation for discussion groups related to each topic area. 59 slides, 2007.
$15 | CD-ROM  | ALL-22s


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Translated content: Hmoob/Hmong | Español | Soomaliga/Somali

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