In Spanish, we started with a bilingual rap. We would tap our laps and go, “one, two, three, four, uno, dos, tres, cuatro.”
Then we’d stand up, dance and go, “dance, baila, dance, baila, etc.” Then we went, “clap, aplaude,” “turn around, da vueltas.” Everyone had fun, especially with the free dance part.
Then we reviewed everything that we have been learning.
Afterwards, we did our Fall activity, reviewing the colors and introducing Fall vocabulary.
~ La calabaza anaranjada: the orange pumpkin
~ El maíz rojo: the red corn
~ El gato negro: the black cat
~ La paja amarilla: the yellow hay
~ La vaina verde: the green ivy
As you see, we used all Fall colors and Fall objects. We also talked about how in English we say the article (a or the), then the color and finally, the noun. In Spanish, we say the article, then the noun and lastly, the color.
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Today, we reviewed everything that we have learned in Spanish, sang songs, signed, etc. We practiced our colors and discussed Fall colors (in Spanish, of course). Then we made the Fall color craft. Everyone did really well and we had fun. It is incredible to see how the kids’ writing is getting better and better.
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