Traditional Spanish Foods- Comida tipica de Espana

Over the last few Spanish lessons, we have been learning the names of different foods and fruits.  Today, we found out about typical Spanish dishes and foods that Spanish people like to eat.  We watched videos to see what the traditional foods looked like and practiced how to pronounce them by…

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Spanish numbers to 100 and Spanish hobbies

We learned Spanish numbers up to 100 today, focusing on the multiples of 10; diez, veinte, treinta, cuarenta, cincuenta, sesenta, setenta, ochenta, noventa, cien.  We noticed patterns in the number names and used this to help us learn them.  We practised counting in ones up to 30 in Spanish with a…

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Me gusta.... no me gusta....

We continued our learning on the Spanish foods and fruits today; we started by playing a matching game to see how quickly we could match the fruits with their Spanish names.  We learned how to say I like.... Me gusta..... and I don't like.... No me gusta.... and practiced speaking in Spanish…

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Spanish - matching story pictures with story sentences

After listening to and reading together the story of El pequeno Tomas, we got into small groups and worked together to match up pictures from the story with story sentences given to us.  We had to use the Spanish vocabulary that we have already learned over the past few weeks as well as some of…

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Macedonia de frutas! Fruit Salad!

We continued learning the Spanish fruits today; we played games and sang songs to help us remember them. Mrs Nadin asked us 'Te gusta las fresas?' and 'Es bueno para la salud?'  We read a Spanish rhyme, 'A la una' that helped us to revisit los numeros 1-10.   

Our Spanish estrella de la semana…

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El pequeno Tomas

This week in Spanish we read a story called El pequeno Tomas.  As we read and listened to the story, we recognised lots of words from our Spanish learning over the past weeks.  Mrs Nadin was so impressed with our recall and how we used what we already knew to predict and work out sentences from…

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Las frutas

We have been learning the names of different foods in Spanish and today we concentrated on the fruits.  We used flashcards to learn the names of Spanish fruits and practiced the pronunciation of each one; peras - pears, fresas - strawberries, naranjas - oranges, platanos - bananas, ciruelas -…

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Spanish vowels

We practised how to pronounce the Spanish vowels through song.

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Te gusta el chocolate?

A great Spanish lesson today on la comida y los bebidos!  We sang the Te gusta song again to refresh and revise the Spanish foods and drinks.  We revisited the phrase Te gusta....? Do you like....?  After practising the song, Mrs Nadin hid the words on the smartboard and handed out the words…

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A las tres! Telling the time in Spanish.

This week in Spanish we extended our learning of the days of the week by introducing different times of the day; tarde, noche, manana.  We put them together with the the days of the week and learned new phrases; lunes por la manana - Monday morning, jueves por la noche - Thursday night, viernes…

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School in England or School in Spain?

Today we looked at the various differences between schools in England and schools in Spain. We learned that the school holidays in Spain start at the end of June and go on until the end of September! We decided as a class which school life we preferred and had a debate about which country we would…

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Te gusta..?

Today in Spanish we started a new topic on food and drink.  We learned the phrase Te gusta..., meaning 'do you like..?'  We sang a song asking, 'Te gusta el chocolate and lots of other Spanish foods; helado - ice cream, pizza - pizza, fresas dulces - fresh strawberries, jamon - ham, chocolate -…

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