Now, we can order some food in Spanish in a restaurant !
Children designed a map of Langley and located some of the buildings in Spanish to show their pen-pals in Spain.
Y4 researched independently about the Torches of San Joseph in Valencia by using their computers. Also, they designed their own 'falla' and labelled their clothes and body parts in Spanish. See the following video to get to know about this amazing and so much interesting festival.
Today, we learnt school items that we have in our schoolbag or in class. Children also sang songs that you could practise at home.
Go further and try these songs !
Children talked about their next holidays and used future tense in Spanish: En mis vacaciones voy a ir.....They pretended to be interviewed by a journalist from a prestigious magazine after winning a game show and talked about their plans for their future holidays and what they are going to pack into their suitcase.
Welcome back to school !
Children in Langley Primary school are starting to use basic greetings and asking and responding some basic questions in order to be able to manage in a short dialogue with their Spanish friends. Check out some of these videos to refresh their memories....also parents could learn a few words in Spanish!
Children in Y 4 drew their own family members and labelled their names in Spanish. Also, they were able to describe some relatives using adjectives or even connectives. e.g: Mi madre es guapa y tambien delgada.
Children have learnt to sing a special song to name body parts . Try with your children and home, it is really funny.
Today children went a bit further and learnt numbers 1-100!
It seemed difficult at the start but we learnt that if we added units to tens it was incredible easy! Try at home!
Children in the school have learnt about Christmas traditions in Spain and what the children are doing during the Epiphany day ( the Three Wise Men's day). Also, we learnt the bilingual song of Feliz Navidad to wish Merry Christmas to our friends and family.
Moreover, children made postcards and decorations using Spanish greetings.
See the following video to get more information about Christmas in Spain.
Today, children learned how to describe their typical day in Spanish: time they wake up, have breakfast, go to school, have lunch, dinner and go to bed. They were able to read a story and put in order sentences.
Finally, children sang a song to practise what they learned.
Spanish party end of the year.
Today, children tasted Spanish and Mexican food and made Sangria (Spanish drink). Also, we danced Spanish music and played a variety of games ( e.g Tomatina fight) in order to celebrate our learning during the year.
¡Viva la fiesta!