Year 6 have been learning to tell the time in Spanish. Can you now write what you do at the weekend at different times during the day? Use vocabulary already learnt as well as the Spanish dictionaries. If you finish, answer the following: a) What is the difference between 1 o’ clock and all the […]
I would like to say a huge well done to all the children and the parents who have got through the first week at home! I do understand that this is a time of uncertainty but it is also time to start thinking about how to utilise the time spent with our loved ones in […]
Year 5 have been learning to give simple directions in Spanish. I set you all the task last week to create a game for younger children so that they could practice ‘directional vocabulary’. You started planning these within your groups. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to complete these with you friends, however, there is no […]
Year 4 have been learning the numbers from 1 – 31. You went beyond number 15 last week and did extremely well! Here I am going to add the video we looked at last week to help with your revision. After watching I would like you to do any of the following: 1 . Teach […]
Today you will learn to describe the colour of your pets in simple Spanish sentences if you follow these simple steps:- First we will recap on your previous learning on ‘Colours’ in Spring 1 Now here are the names of the pets that we learnt: The other key vocabulary that you will need to write […]
Year 6, your task this week will be to create a class time table in Spanish. In order to do this you will need to be able to tell the time, time of day and name of subjects in Spanish. You have already learnt to tell the time and the time of day within your […]
Look at this map. 1) Could you please write a set of directions in Spanish to get from Cross Road to the Broad Street Library. Once you have done this please translate them to English. If you have time create a Word bank for the key words. 2) Write a set of directions in Spanish […]
Year 6 have learnt how to express their likes and dislikes linked to their food choices. They then decided to create a video for the younger children to teach them. Let’s see how well they have done…
Year 3 have been learning the colours in Spanish. They have worked with Miss Millar and have done extremely well in learning all of them! They also learnt a Spanish Song about favourite colours. This video showcases some of their learning.
Year 5 have been carrying out research on Spanish Sports, hobbies and children’s activities. They will share this research in various ways e.g. via the blog, posters, comic strips, presentations, I-movies, fact-files and pic collages. Here are the facts about their area of research.
Year 6 children have learnt to share their likes and dislikes in Spanish linked to food. This week they learnt a Spanish Food Song to prepare a performance. We have had different ‘takes’ on this song. Let’s see which ones you preferred and why. Please provide some feedback of your favorite performance and 1 tip […]
Your task today is to be able to write a paragraph about your likes and dislikes linked to sports and hobbies. Please use the word bank given to you in class to write clear sentences about these and always remember to give a reason as to why you like/dislike the sport or hobby. If you […]
This week in Year 5 we learnt lots of new vocabulary. The vocabulary we focused on was a variety of sports. I am going to add 2 videos to support your learning and revision until the next lesson as I appreciate that their were a lot of words to learn! The 1st video is the […]
In Year 5 we began our new topic about sharing our likes and dislikes about sports and different hobbies. Some children shared these in Spanish. Watch the video and see what these children like or dislike doing. Which sports do you like and dislike? For Year 6 could you do the same activity about sharing […]
In Year 3 we looked at Spanish Christmas Vocabulary and how Christmas is celebrated in Spanish speaking countries. We also made some Christmas cards. While watching the video listen to the background Christmas song. Do you know what it means? What are the lyrics in English?
This term our Geography unit, Spain has been heavily focused on map work and locating the different human and physical features throughout the country. One main area that has been identified is how different landmarks can be popular tourist locations despite their differences in climate, flora and fauna and seasonal activities. As it was our […]
What have you learnt this half term? How will this support you in real-life? What has been your favourite activity and why? How would you rate your progress in this topic? Can you list any Spanish words and phrases you have learnt and their English translations. Finally, what else would you like to learn about […]
What have you learnt this half term? How will this learning support you in real-life? How would you rate your progress in this topic ‘Food and Drink’? What has been your favourite activity? In which area would you like to improve in? What else would you like to learn about within your Spanish lessons?
In Year 4, in the past week we read Spanish descriptions of different people and translated these. This week we began to write simple descriptions about ourselves. Then we progressed to playing ‘Guess Who’ by giving clues to each other about the Guess Who characters in Spanish. Can you pick one of the characters from […]
In Year 5 you have been revising and learning the names of fruits and vegetables. I would like you to:- a) List all of the Spanish fruits in Spanish without using Google Translate, as you have learnt these within our Spanish lessons. b) Using a Spanish dictionary or Google translate list all the names of […]
Year 3 have learnt the numbers from 1 – 10 this morning. We did really well and managed to learn a ‘Spooktacular Number Song’ in Spanish! Enjoy the songs and see if you can come up with your own number song! Try and learn the numbers beyond 10 in Spanish as well. What are they?
This week in our Spanish lessons we studied the very classic story by Eric Carle…The Very Hungry Caterpillar 🐛! We listened to the English version and watched the animation to make sure we knew the English version really well. This then helped us to become Language Detectives and translate the Spanish version… La Pequeña Oruga […]
This half term you have been learning the Spanish numbers to 100. Could you answer the following questions now:- What have you learnt this half term? Why is this knowledge of numbers useful? How will it support you in real-life? Which has been your favourite activity? What have you found difficult? Why? What else would […]
Year 6 have been learning the Spanish Alphabet. Could you now answer the following questions: What have you learnt this half term? How will this support you in your real – life? Which activity was your favourite? Which activity did you find difficult? Why? ¿Cómo te llamas? Como se escribe. What else would you like […]
Year 5 are getting better at counting to 100 in Spanish. I am now challenging them further to count in multiples of 10. Some children tried this and got on really well. Let’s see if you can do this as well. Afterwards why not try counting up in multiples of 5 and then 2 in […]
Year 6 have been learning the Spanish Alphabet and now to teach others, they have created some amazing chants, rhymes and songs! What did you think of their educational videos? Will they support your learning of the alphabet? Maybe you can learn one of these chants too?
Year 5 have extended their number knowledge in Spanish from Year 3 and 4 these first few weeks. Previously they had learnt the numbers in Spanish from 0 – 31, now they have begun to learn the numbers from 31 up until 100. Some of us are finding this easy and some a little challenging. […]
Year 6 have been introduced to the Spanish Alphabet. We compared it to the English Alphabet and looked at similarities and differences. The children also learnt a song to memorise the letters and sounds. Can you tell someone to spell your names using the Spanish Alphabet?
Your task for this week is to continue being language detectives at home and outside of school and look out for different languages you hear (friends, restaurants, adverts) or see food packaging. Keep a note of your findings and record on this class blog. I will be checking the blog daily and will share with […]
What have you learnt this half term? Which activity have you enjoyed the most? Where will this information be useful in real-life? What else would you like to learn or do in your Spanish lessons?