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Spanish Activities for At-Home Learning

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      ¡Hola Northwood Owls

       

      While we can't meet together for Spanish, there are plenty of ways to stay active at home! Please see below for various online and offline ways to practice your skills at home.

       

      Note: all activities are meant to be supplemental, not a replacement for core curriculum, nor a requirement for any student.

       

      Please feel free to share your Spanish activities with us... we miss you!

       

      Sincerely, 
      Profa Daniels

       
    • Offline Activities:

      Kindergarten 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 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 Colombian culture?  Share that with your family.  Was there something interesting you learned about Colombia that makes you want to research further?