Quick update for 5th grade
Tuesday, September 24th
The fifth graders are doing a great job turning in homework and learning conversational Spanish and reviewing vocabulary and greetings. Kuddos to the 5th graders!
Next week the fifth graders will have a test on what they have learned in September. They can study all the vocabulary with Rockalingua.com its a great website that they have access at school and at home.
They should all have two packets that they worked on for homework. I will make sure they all have these packets. These packets will be their study guides.
Test Date: Tuesday, October 3rd
Here is a Spanish study guide: doc20190927131515
Test will be on:
-The days of the week
-the numbers 1-100
-the months of the year
They can also study with the website Rockalingua.com
Login: username: hrws password: gator
Quick Update for K-4th grade
Kindergarten: We have been learning
¿Cómo te llamas? Me llamo______ (What’s your name? My name is____)
They are doing a great job! Kuddos to the kindergarten class.
First grade and Second grade: We have been learning the greeting and introducing themself to a classmate.
Third and Fourth grade: They have been reviewing greetings the days of the week, the month and the seasons.
If you have any questions please contact me.
Spanish Teacher K-8th grade
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
-5th grade is working on a skit called ME DUELE ( IT Hurts)
-5th graders will be presenting a skit with song and vocabulary learned last week. Parts of the body and the phrase “Me duele…” this week.
Things to remind your student to bring to class
-earbuds or headphones to listen to independent work on iPad or chrome book.
-pencils and markers
When your child is absent or misses a class they are responsible to check with a classmate what they have missed.
If you have any questions please let me know.
–1st grade thru 4th grade this week we will work on vocabulary words about lent (LA CUARESMA)with different activities depending on the grade.
–Kindergarten this week we will talk about 3 items you wear when its cold. He will learn a chant from ROCKALINGUA.COM
VOCABULARY FOR KINDERGARDEN:
PONTE -put on..
November 6th-8th 2018 Update for K-5th Grade
K-3 this week are going to visit the altar for the EL DIA DE LOS MUERTOS upstairs hallway by the Math lab and will get to see all the beautiful work K-8 grade did for this celebration. Here is a picture of our ALTAR created from K-8th grade. If you can please visit the Altar Kudos to all the students!
4 A and B this week will be focusing on La FAMILIA vocabulary we will write all the names of the family members in theirSpanish notebooks. Next week we will play games and listen and sing Mi Familia with Rockalingua.com
Ask or quiz your 4th grader about the familia members!
5 A and B this week they will be focussing on La FAMILIA as well, they will be working on their chrome books
looking up the vocabulary words on the LA FAMILIA and writing the vocabulary words in their Spanish notebooks.
Next week the 5th graders will have a quiz on La Familia. They will have all the vocabulary words in their notebooks please check that they have written all the words down to study and be prepared.
Quiz is on Thursday, November 15th.
Homework sheet will be due on Thursday, November 15th. (Check filers to see HW sheet)
If your child is absent please email me or have your child come see me in my office to give assignments that they have missed.
Feliz Ano Nuevo! Happy New Year!
Kindergarten this month will be singing and learning winter vocabulary words here are some words and phrases you will be hearing your kiddos saying:
Hace frio=It’s cold muneco de nieve= snowman Invierno= winter
Hace lluvia-= it rains pinguino=pinguin negro=black blanco=white
If you like to watch the videos the kindergarteners are learning vocabulary words check out these two videos:
November 14th, 2017
Fifth graders this week are working on POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES and LA FAMILIA.
REMINDER: Homework turn in Possessive adjective worksheet and make a family tree of your own family in Spanish. Due November 28th
November 7th, 2017
5th grade class is now working on LA FAMILIA. The Holidays are just around the corner and we celebrate with our FAMILIAS!
Reminder: 5A and 5B have homework finish packet of LA FAMILIA due:
5B due Tuesday November 14th
5A due Thursday November 16th
November 2, 2017
Feliz Dia De Los Muertos!
Kudos to K-5th grade for 2 weeks the students have been learning about El Dia De Los Muertos. They made different projects to put up in the ALTAR. All the projects they made beautified the ALTAR. Please stop to see the display on this wonderful celebration EL DIA DE LOS MUERTOS celebrated November 1 and 2. Quiz your children or ask them what they know about this celebration!
5th graders had a fun time drawing skulls on rocks they brought from home! These skull rocks made the altar look beautiful!
October 19th, 2017
Celebrating The Day Of The Dead at Holy Rosary School with Señora Brodahl
What is the EL DIA DE LOS MUERTOS?
The Day of the Dead is sometimes explained as a Mexican or Latin American version of Halloween, but it really is not. El Día de los Muertos, which is celebrated two days from November 1st to November 2nd preparations start on October 31st.
It is a time when people remember their loved ones who have passed away. It is believed that on those days the souls of the dead return to visit. We honor them and welcome them back by creating ofrendas, altars on which offerings of their favorite foods, photos, belongings and other items are set out for their return. In Mexico and other countries that commemorate this time, it is customary to also visit and clean the graves of loved ones. Some people also play music in the cemetery. The Day of the Dead is also a time when death is recognized, and even celebrated, as a natural part of the cycle of life, a reminder that the dead are always still with us, and that death is not something to be feared it is a time to celebrate your loved that have passed away.
This month is my favorite time of the year to share with the students at Rosary this beautiful celebration that is so special to the Latin American culture. The students will be reading books watching documentaries on the day of the dead, movie, singing and creating different crafts for each grade level. We will be making marigold flowers with tissue paper, candles with cards stock paper, decorating skeletons and skulls, creating books, cemeteries, making sugar skulls trying Pan de Muerto and chocolate caliente.
All the student’s activities will be put on an altar in the hallway.
I invite you to see our beautiful altar on November 1 and 2nd. . If you would like to see your child’s beautiful art of El Día de los Muertos in the hallway at school.
Reminders for 5A and 5B
Don’t forget to bring a rock to school by Friday October 20th or Monday, October 23rd. Please!!
Fifth grade classes will be decorating/painting a skull face on their rock.
September 12, 2017
Kids are doing great reviewing and re-connecting with the Spanish classes.
It’s so nice to see and hear them remembering all the songs and vocabulary we’ve been working on last year. Kuddos!! I can move on with my program!!
For my new student I encourage them to stop by my office for any addition help you need in Spanish.
My hours are:
Tuesday- 3:00-3:30pm. Wednesday 2:15- 2:30pm Thursday 3:00-3:30pm.
*Only for 5th Grade B Homework assignment due: Tuesday Sept.19th
Complete the worksheet TODO ACERCA DE MI (ALL ABOUT ME).