Agenda for November 20-21 and November 27-30:

Agenda for November 20-21 and November 27-30:

Grades 4 and 5 will continue to work on identifying verbs, articles and nouns in the 'Muevete" lyrics they had written. They will then identify the infinitive verbs used in the lyrics. 

Grades 2 and 3 had worked on changing singular nouns to plural, identifying gender and corresponding articles. Next, they will concentrate on learning numbers 1-100.

Grade 1 will continue to work on numbers and and greetings.

Grade K will continue  to work on numbers and colors 1-10.

Grade PreK learned azul and rojo colores. Then they will identify sequencing with those colors through play.

Agenda for October 15-19:

Agenda for October 15-19:

PreK students will focus on the color red (rojo) by identifying items that are red. 

Kindergarten students will continue to work on identifying at least 6 colors and to count to 10.

First grade students will work on simple greetings in Spanish.

Second and third students will also work on simple greetings, as well as, work on numbers.

Fourth grade students will use Muevete lyrics to identify gender, articles and nouns.

Fifth grade students will identify and describe the explorations of six Spanish explorers.


Agenda for September 25-26:

This week all grades will finish up current class work.


Grades PreK and K will continue to work on their colors in Spanish: rojo, azul, verde, morado, rosado, café, amarillo. anaranjado, and negro. 


Grades 1, 2, 3 will work on their numbers.


Grades 4 and 5 will work in their table groups to finish up their contribution to the "Muévete" song. Groups will then perform their new verses to the class.


Next week, we will focus on activities to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month. We will cover history and geography.

Agenda for September 5-14:

¡Bienvenidos! We are so excited for the start of the 2017-2018 school year. Well, at least I am. All classes will begin the school year reviewing greetings in Spanish, recalling "Padre Nuestro," reviewing classroom expectations and recalling fire drill and intruder procedures.