WL.7.1.NM.A.4 - Identify familiar people, places, and objects based on simple oral and/or written descriptions.
Please watch Srta. Nilson's instructions.
Remember this song: Viewpure Do you like Broccoli? or YouTube Do you like Broccoli? Me gusta means I like (it pleases me). Te gusta? asks if you like it (it pleases you?).
Learn how to say Viewpure I like or YouTube I like.
Find out what Viewpure Basho and Friends or YouTube Basho and Friends like to do (hint: bailar is to dance, cantar is to sing and saltar is to jump).
Move around with this Viewpure Basho and Friends or YouTube Basho and Friends video.
Sing Viewpure What do you like to do? or YouTube What do you like to do?
Sing about what Viewpure Sport or YouTube Sport you like. ¿Què deporte te gusta? means What sport do you like? Repeat and act out each sport as you hear it.
Sing and dance to Viewpure Vamos a la playa or YouTube Vamos a la playa (Let's go to the beach). Note: A mi, me gusta bailar means I like to dance. El ritmo de la noche means The night rhythm.
Learn some fun summer vacation Viewpure vocabulary or YouTube vocabulary. Note: Hola, with an h, means hello or hi. Ola (pronounced the same, because the h is silent in Spanish) means wave.
Play Match with fun summer vocabulary.
Optional: Watch a very short, cute story about a girl and a bear Viewpure Ricitos de oro or YouTube Ricitos de Oro. You can watch the rest of the story on their YouTube channel.