Mrs. DelMoral

Elementary Spanish

 

What are we going to learn in the next two weeks en español?

Kindergarten:  Song: Como te llams tu?

We keep working on introduce yourself.

Feeling: Good (bien), so-so, (mas o menos), bad (mal).

Practice numbers from 1 to 10.

uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez.

Next week we are going to start with colors: yellow (amarillo) red (rojo) and blue (azul)

They are learning the Signal of the Cross in Spanish and we will practice in every class.

1st Grade: Song: Hola amigo!

We are learning classroom objects. What I need to bring to school? el papel, el lapiz, el creyon, la tijera.

and we will start talking about Calendar in spanish.

Our Prayer in Spanish for this year is” The Guardian Angel”. To Practice the Prayer click on 1st Grade Tab.

2nd Grade:  Song: Buenos dias amiguitos

This week we will start writing colors in Spanish.

Prayer that we are learning this year is “Glory Be to the Father”.  To practice at home click on 2nd Grade Tab.

3rd Grade: This week we will learning about feelings. When we used I am “Yo estoy”  and we used I have “Tengo”

Prayer for 3rd Grade: We keep practicing Glory Be to the father.

4th Grade:   Practice El Alfabeto at home. Learn how to spell her/his new name.

Formal and Informal Greeting

Where are you from?

Formal and Informal Greetings and Command in the classroom.

Prayer: Hail Mary

5th Grade:  Song: que tengo en la clase.

Commands: Mandatos de la clase

.Prayer: Our Father

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is some important information: In order to provide a safe respectful learning environment, it is necessary to have some rules that ensure fair treatment for teachers and students alike.

1. Listen carefully

2. Work quietly

3. Follow directions

4. Respect others

5. Come prepared to learn

HOMEWORK:

Your child will be having homework a few times a month, so it would be a good idea to plan a time and a place for them to study, practice and complete the Spanish school homework. All homework should be completed and turned in on time. Usually, the class is given some time to complete work in school. If unfinished, work should be taken home and completed as homework. Please support your child by checking to see if assignments are completed.

Late Homework:

Students who do not turn their  homework in on the day/time it is due will stay in at recess to complete the work.

In case of illness or any other family excuse, assignments will be due as soon they get back to school.

Bring your assignment notebook to Spanish class to fill out and have all the materials neccesary to succesfully finish their homework.

    Monday                                           Tuesday                                            Wednesday

8:30-9:15     503                          9:00-9:45       503                              8:00-8:30        301

9:15-10:00   401                         10:15-11:00   502                              8:30-9:00        302

10:00-10:45 402                         12:30-1:00     202                              9:15-10:00      401

12:00-12:30 301                         1:00-1:30       201                             10:00-10-45    402   

12:30-1:00   302                                                                                   12:00-12:30     K

1:15-2:00     502                                                                                    12:30-1:00       K

                                                                                                               1:00-1:30        101

                                                                                                                1:30-2:00        102

    

 

Signal of the Cross:

En el nombre del Padre

Del hijo y del Espiritu Santo, Amen

Here is a list of words that your child is going to learn through the year. This is only a guide for you. The whole vocabulary is not included.

Greetings and Farewells: hello, good bye, good, bad

Numbers: from 1-20

Colors: red, blue, yellow, green.

Commands: sit down, stand up, walk, listen, quiet.

Opposite: big, small.

Polite words: thank you, please.

Animals: dog, cat, rabbit, monkey, elephant.

Family: mother, father, baby.

Food: fruits, bread, water, milk.

Prayer: Signal of the Cross.

 

 

 

Guardian Angel:

Angel de mi guarda,

dulce compania

no me desampares,

ni de noche, ni de dia

no me dejes solo,

que me perderia,

guardame en los brazos de

Jos, Jesus y Maria

hasta que amanezca y se haga de dia

Amen

Here is a list of words that your child is going to learn through the year. This is only a guide for you. The whole vocabulary is not included.

Refer to Kindergarten Vocabulary for review.

Feelings: excellent/excelente great/magnifico sad/triste, angry/enojado, so, so/mas o menos, sick/enfermo

Colors: brown/marron, black/negro, white/blanco, orange/anaranjado.

Numbers: 1-30

Classroom objects: paper, pencil, crayon, chair.

Weather: cold, hot, sunny, cloudy.

Fruits: grapes, apples, pear, banana.

Body Parts: head, shoulders, legs, feet.

Days of week

Polite words: your welcome, good morning, good afternoon.

Prayers: Guard Angel

 

 

Prayer: Glory Be to the Father in Spanish:

Gloria al Padre, y al Hijo, y al Espíritu Santo.

Como era en el principio, ahora y siempre, y por los siglos de los siglos. Amén.

 

Here is a list of words that your child is going to learn through the year. This is only a guide for you. The whole vocabulary is not included.

Refer to 1st Grade Vocabulary for review.

Colors: purple, violet, pink. gray and the words light and dark/morado, violeta, rosado, gris. Claro, obscuro

Numbers: from 1-40

Classroom Objects: glue, scissor, book, marker, backpack, door, window/la goma de pegar, la tijera, el  libro, el marcador, la mochila, la puerta, la ventana.

Places: school, library, gym, office, park, bathroom/la escuela, la biblioteca, el gimnasio, la oficina, el parque, el bano.

Face Parts: eyes, nose, mouth, ears/los ojos, la nariz, la boca, las orejas.

Food: potato, corn, crackers, fish, chicken, cake/la papa, el maiz, las galletas, el pescado, el pollo, el pastel.

Clothing: dress, pants, shirt, shoes, hat/el vestido, los pantalones, la camisa, los zapatos, el sombrero.

Transportation: train, bus, car, airplane, bicycle/ el tren, el autobus, el coche/el carro, el avion, la bicicleta.

Prayer: Glory Be.

 

 

 

Here is a list of topics that your child is going to learn through the year. This is only a guide for you. The  vocabulary is not included.

Greetings

Numbers from 1-40

Review colors

Courtesy Words

Review Days of the week

Months

Weather

Feelings

Animals

Clothing

Adjectives

Prayer: Glory Be and Introduction of Holy Mary

 

 

Prayer: Hail Mary in Spanish

Dios te salve María llena eres de gracia,

s el Señor está contigo;

bendita tú eres entre todas las mujeres,

y bendito es el fruto de tu vientre, Jesús.

Santa María, Madre de Dios, ruega por nosotros,

pecadores, ahora y en la ahora de nuestra muerte.

Amén

 

Here is a list of topics that your child is going to learn through the year. This is only a guide for you. The vocabulary is not included.

Greetings and Farewells (respond appropriate to the time of the day)

Courtesy vocabulary

Common Nouns

Nationality

Classroom Commands

Definite/Indefinite Articles

Opposites

Numbers from 1-60

Time

Family

Seasons

Clothes

 

 

 

Prayer: Our father

Padre nuestro, que estás en el cielo, santificado sea tu Nombre; venga a nosotros tu reino; hágase tu voluntad en la tierra como en el cielo.Danos hoy nuestro pan de cada día perdona nuestras ofensas, como también nosotros perdonamos a los que nos ofenden; no nos dejes caer en la tentación, y lí­branos del mal. Amén

 

Here is a list of topics that your child is going to learn through the year. This is only a guide for you. The vocabulary is not included.

Greetings and farewells (formal & Informal)

South America countries

Classroom Commands

Definite & Indefinite Articles

Classroom Objects

Rooms in your house

Central America

Prepositions

Food

Places

Prayer: Our Father

 

 

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