WL.7.1.NM.C.C.7 - Learning about age and developmentally appropriate content that is of high interest to students and has a direct connection to the cultural contexts of the target language cultivates an awareness of the shared human experience.
¡Hola chicos! Please click on the classroom and Cinco de mayo links below. You don't need to submit work after you have completed the activities. Open the Second Grade pages on the left for the prior classes' activities for extra (optional) fun!
First, please watch Srta. Nilson's instructions.
Please keep those videos and pictures coming! I miss you and love seeing you learning Spanish! Include your name and your classroom teacher: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Classroom/La sala de clase
Play Match and Which one? Notice that they say "escritorio" for table. "Escritorio" is desk and table is "mesa." Sometimes different countries use different words; for example, we say "soda" in NJ, but in the middle of the United States, they say "pop" instead of soda.
Cinco de Mayo
Be creative and artistic with these symbols of Mexican culture, including the flag! ONLY color what comes up on the link; do NOT search the site for other pages. Notice on the bottom right of page, you can choose paint brushes, crayons, markers or tubes!