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SPANISH

 Mrs. Wilson


          




Spanish Schedule

Wednesday

10:35-11:05     6th Grade

11:10-11:40     4th Grade

12:35-12:55     1st Grade

1:00-1:20         Kindergarten

1:25-1:45         3rd Grade

1:50-2:20         5th Grade

2:25-2:45         2nd Grade

Thursday

8:25-8:55       4th Grade     

9:00-9:30       5th Grade





 

Friday

8:25-8:45       2nd Grade     

8:50-9:10       3rd Grade

9:15-9:35       1st Grade

9:40-10:00     Kindergarten   

10:05-10:35 6th Grade


 




St. Malachy Spanish Curriculum

Kindergarten:

Greetings & Goodbyes

The Hola Song

The Adiós Song

Following Classroom Directions in Spanish

The Color Song

Numbers 0-20

Farm Animals & the Sounds they Make

Polite Words in Spanish

How to Talk About the Weather

Shapes


First Grade:


More Ways to Say Hello & Goodbye

The Sign of the Cross in Spanish

Classroom Vocabulary

How to say "I have" in Spanish

About the Mexican Day of the Dead

Family Vocabulary

Numbers up to 50

How to say "I like" or "I dislike" Something

Food Vocabulary

The Days of the Week Song

How to Tell Time to the Hour in Spanish

The Seasons in Spanish

 

   

Second Grade:

How to Say Their Name and Age

Body Parts Vocabulary

"Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes" in Spanish

How to Tell that Something Hurts in Spanish

Numbers up to 100

About the Mexican Day of the Dead

The Months of the Year & Calendar in Spanish

Pet Vocabulary

Singular and Plural Definite Articles

Clothes Vocabulary


Third Grade:

A Review Using "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"

Food Vocabulary

How to Say "I'm Hungry" in Spanish

Pairs of Opposites

About the Mexican Day of the Dead

Singular and Plural Nouns and Adjectives

About Our Lady of Guadalupe

Numbers to 1,000

Vocabulary for the House

To Recite The Glory Be in Spanish

 

 

Fourth Grade:

Money Vocabulary 

Numbers to 10,000

About Hispanic Heritage Month

About the Mexican Day of the Dead

Sports Vocabulary

Subject Pronouns

Question Words in Spanish

How to Describe Someone

How to Make Comparisons

How to Make Statements of Equality

To Tell What Activities They Like to Do

The Hail Mary Prayer in Spanish


Fifth Grade:

Correct Use of Subject Pronouns

The Verb "Tener" (to have) and the Tener Song

Idioms with the Verb Tener

The Verb "Ser" (to be)

About the Mexican Day of the Dead

The Verb "Ir" (to go)

Places Around Town Vocabulary

How to Use a Spanish/English Dictionary

Regular Verb Conjugation



 

Sixth Grade:

Regular Verb Conjugation Review

The Future Tense Using the Verb "Ir"

The Verb "Estar" (to be)

Prepositions with the Verb "Estar"

Uses of the Verbs "Ser" vs "Estar"

The Our Father Prayer in Spanish

To Tell What Has to Be Done vs 

What Someone Wants to Do

To Make a Book About Elf on the Shelf 

To Create an Original Verb Board Game




El Día de los Muertos

The Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead is a holiday celebrated in Mexico on November 1st and 2nd. The celebration has its roots in the Aztec Indian belief that the spirits of their deceased ancestors return once a year. This ancient tradition, now blended with traditional Christian elements, has evolved into the modern celebration of el Día de los Muertos. The Day of the Dead is a joyful celebration of life, a time to remember and honor loved ones who have passed away. Our Spanish classroom is decorated with calacas, calaveras de azúcar and an example ofrenda similar to what people have in their homes to honor and remember loved ones for Day of the Dead. Each class creates a special project.