Spanish Activities for At-Home Learning

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    As we begin with remote learning this school year, the notes below are basics (and review) I will work to cover in each grade level.  Students are encouraged to work through the grade levels and lists and "test themselves" to see what they remember.

     

     

     Kingergarten Activities

      • Calendar: Tell your family the day of the week, month, and year (dos mil veinte!)  
      • Colors: Tell your family the color of various household objects you see 
      • Numbers: Practice your counting! Gather various objects and count how many there are... can you count to 50? (cincuenta!) 
      • Sing the good afternoon song! 
        • Buenas tardes, buenas tardes. ¿Cómo estás? ¿Cómo estás? Más o menos. Más o menos. ¿Y tú? ¿Y tú? 

      First Grade Activities

      • Calendar: Tell your family the date
      • Weather: Describe the weather to your family
      • Colors: Tell your family the color of various household objects you see 
      • Numbers: Practice your counting! Gather various objects and count how many there are... can you count to 50? (cincuenta!) 
      • Sing the good afternoon song! 
        • Buenas tardes, buenas tardes. ¿Cómo estás? ¿Cómo estás? Estoy más o menos. Estoy más o menos. ¿Y tú? ¿Y tú? 

      Second Grade Activites

      • Calendar: Tell your family the date
      • Weather: Describe the weather to your family
      • Colors: Tell your family the color of various household objects you see 
      • Numbers: Practice your counting! Gather various objects and count how many there are... can you count to 100? (cien!) 
      • Supplies: Identify various school supplies around the house using our vocabulary we learned 
      • Sing the good afternoon song! 
        • Buenas tardes, buenas tardes. ¿Cómo estás? ¿Cómo estás? Estoy más o menos. Estoy más o menos. ¿Y tú? ¿Y tú? 

      Third Grade Activities 

      • Calendar: Tell your family the date
      • Weather: Describe the weather to your family
      • Colors: Tell your family the color of various household objects you see 
      • Numbers: Practice your counting! Gather various objects and count how many there are... can you count to 100? (cien!) 
      • Supplies: Identify various school supplies around the house using our vocabulary we learned 
      • Culture:  What do you remember about Spanish culture that you can share with your family?  Is there something about Spain or Mexico you are interested in researching online?

      

    • Fourth & Fifth Grade Activities

      • Calendar: Tell your family the date
      • Weather: Describe the weather to your family
      • Colors: Tell your family the color of various household objects you see 
      • Numbers: Practice your counting! Gather various objects and count how many there are... can you count to 100? (cien!) 
      • Culture:  What do you remember about Spanish or Latin American culture?  Is there a country we have learned about that interests you? Share that with your family.  Was there something interesting you learned about Colombia that makes you want to research further?