Spanish Curriculum materials for Spring
Spanish Curriculum Materials for Spring – Kindergartners
Our Spanish Curriculum Materials for Spring are here!!!
La primavera se acerca… So we thought we would give you a hint of the materials we have developed with activities, songs and Picture Books in Spanish related to this beautiful season.
ESPAÑOL PARA NIÑOS DE KINDER 3 for young children between 3-5 years of age and who are Spanish speaking or learning Spanish as a foreign language.
ESPAÑOL PARA NIÑOS DE KINDER 3 complete set includes:
This is a Handbook broken down into 12 detailed lesson plans that focus on living things and their life cycle and an Enrichment Activities Booklet with the lyrics of all the songs, finger plays and rhymes from ESPAÑOL PARA NIÑOS DE KINDER 3, arts and crafts projects, some worksheets and writing exercises.
Each lesson includes activities for:
b) Circle Time
c) Theme Focus
d) Theme Song
e) Creative Workshop
f) Story Time
With this Teacher’s Guide you can start teaching using whole language in context right away with minimal investment of time researching and creating your own lesson plans.
This beautiful Picture Book follows the short story of Susie as she returns from school one day. She is very happy and eager to tell Mom about her new decorated pot and the things she did with the help of her teacher to have flowers for Spring.
The book has vocabulary and expressions that fit in well with the theme in ESPAÑOL PARA NIÑOS DE KINDER 3. Words related to planting seeds, how to take care of them and what are plants’ basic needs, for example: /”Yo sembré semillas de flores”/ “Puedo regar mi maceta cuando regrese del colegio.”.
Children’s typical curiosity is raised when Ms. Jones shows up with three big jars.
This picture book presents great words to talk about the life cycle of living things such as capullo, pupa, crisálida. The book encourages children to explore new concepts and learn new words.
In this story Ms. Piggy takes her class on a wonderful adventure at Camp Languages4kidz.The young animals in her class write a journal where they share the many things and activities they engage in at the Camp.
The engaging pictures allow for the children to talk about the different characters and what they are doing. On the other hand teachers can ask a variety of questions and reinforce children’s language skills.