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Here in the Spanish Curriculum you will find everything that we will be teaching through all the levels in the school during  Spring Half Term.

 

Every week we will upload different activities, videos and photos of everything that we are learning about!

 

We will have loads of fun and we will learn loads of new words from another language. 

 

Children will learn at school, but if  parents would like to learn a little bit as well and have fun at home, you can see in this section different links, websites and also the Medium Term Plans that we will use in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2!

 

If any of you have traveled to Spain on holidays and would like to share with us, please be more than welcome to bring pictures and the children can share them with the class.

 

Hope you enjoy,

Miss Carrera

Useful links and Websites

 

In Spanish class we will be using a variety of videos and songs, you can find some of them in the links below:

 

https://rockalingua.com/

Rocka Lingua is a fantastic website where you can find songs, videos and even worksheets to learn new things about all kind of topics.

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/kidsimmersion

This youtube channel has got loads of songs about basic vocabulary that we will be learning in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. 

In Year 2 we have been learning about "Parts of the body" "Partes del cuerpo".

We had loads of fun!!!

We listen to "Las partes del cuerpo" song, that you can fin at rockalingua's website, and we took pictures with the Ipads!!

 

At the end ​​, we did a Mannequin Challenge frown​​​

We couldn't move and we have to point to our favourite part of the body!

 

 

In inmersion this week we have been learning about Pablo Picasso, 

famous Spanish Artist. 

We also pretended to be him and draw some pictures by using white paper and chalk!

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This week in Reception we have been learning about different parts of the body!

Children loved the song:"Cabeza, hombros, rodillas y pies".

You can find it in the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VGTyft67eU

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