El Abecedario, Fecha y Revisión de Animales
This week we have been practising the letters of the alphabet (El Abecedario en español) and we have been using the letters of the alphabet, the days of the week and the months to answer these questions:
¿Cómo se dice “January” en español? Se dice “enero”.
¿Cómo se escribe “enero” en español? Se escribe “E-N-E-R-O”
Note: The letter "V" and "W" change their names due to some differences between Spanish-speaking countries. For example in Spain people say "uve" and "uve doble" and in other Latin American countries people say "ve" and "doble ve". Learn one way and people from any Spanish-speaking country will understand you. :-)
If you need further practice with the letters in Spanish, sing this song Nithilan found on Youtube…
¡GRACIAS NITHILAN POR ENVIARME ESTA CANCIÓN!
Can you answer these questions in a full sentence as a comment?
¿Qué día es hoy?
¿Cuál es tu día favorito?
¿Qué fecha es hoy?
¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?
¿Cuándo es el día del tigre?
¿Cuándo es el día del maestro en Tailandia?
¿Cuántos días hay en octubre?
If you would like a further challenge, learn this poem about how many days there are in each month. Do you think you can learn it by heart? Practise it at home and recite it to me next class.
30 DÍAS TIENE NOVIEMBRE.
CON ABRIL, JUNIO Y SETIEMBRE.
DE 28 SÓLO HAY UNO.
Y LOS DEMÁS DE 31.
Can you find any rhyming words? Which ones?
¡Vamos a jugar!
Let's play a game on days of the weeks and months.
Play this game as often as you can and you'll soon know your days and months in Spanish. Answer the questions as fast as you can but try not to get any penalties. At the end of the game you will be shown your score and awarded a prize monster.
What was your time record?
Also, we have started revising the names of some animals. If you have been at the Choral Festival, this game will help you revise the animals...
¡Adiós! ¡Hasta la próxima semana! ¡Buen fin de semana!
Tiger Day: Día del Tigre
Would you like to learn some facts about the tiger?
Click on the links added on the left-hand side of the blog, read the information provided and then write a comment about facts that you didn't know about tigers.
Label the picture of the tiger!
¡Adiós! ¡Buen fin de semana!
Revisando Números, Días, Meses y Letras del Abecedario
¡Vamos a practicar los números!