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Year 6 – The Spanish Alphabet – Chants and Phonics

Year 6 have been learning the Spanish alphabet in class. They have learnt that some letters do not exist in the English alphabet. They have also learnt the corresponding phonetic sounds to the letters too!

We wanted to teach the younger children the Spanish alphabet as well as the phonic sounds. Here are some of our attempts:-

The Spanish alphabet
The Spanish phonics

Why is it important to learn the Spanish alphabet? How can this support our learning of the Spanish language?

9 responses to “Year 6 – The Spanish Alphabet – Chants and Phonics”

  1. Luxor A.

    I have watch the video and know how to prounouns them.

  2. Kevin R.

    The Spanish alphabet rocks and I can’t wait what is going to be next

    Kind regards,Kevin

  3. Afreen S.

    1.It is important to learn the Spanish alphabet because if you need to read in Spanish you would know what it means and if you go Spain in the future you could know how to order from a restaurant.
    2.It could support us because we are learning the phonics so we can embed it in our minds and also learn the different type of sounds it makes as it is really different to our English Alphabet.

  4. Azaan H.

    Why is it important to learn the Spanish alphabet?
    It is important to learn the Spanish alphabet because you could teach younger children.
    How can this support our learning of the Spanish language?
    This can support our Spanish learning because we get to learn the sounds.

    1. Mrs Kiani

      Will this support your Spanish reading skills?

  5. Manvi R.

    It is important to learn the Spanish alphabet because it will help us in the future, reading and writing in this language.

    1. Mrs Kiani

      Yes it will, can you think of some Spanish words that have the letter ‘ñ’ in them? List and show me how many you can think of.

  6. Surinder J.

    It is important to learn about the Spanish alphabet because it helps us with our learning.
    It will help us support our learning of the Spanish alphabet as we will know how to pronounce tricky words.

    1. Mrs Kiani

      What tricky Spanish words can you think of that use some of the unusual phonics that exist in the Spanish alphabet. I can think of ‘jalepeno’ pronounced as ‘halepeno’. How about you?

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