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Thornhill Avenue, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 1SH

Tel: 01773 822771

Email: info@herbertstrutt.derbyshire.sch.uk

Herbert Strutt Primary School

We Care, Challenge, Achieve and Open Minds

Spanish

 

Classroom Language

 

Spanish

English

Buenos días

Good Morning

Buenas tardes

Good afternoon

Callad

Be quiet

Silencio

Silence

Escuchad

Listen

Repetid

Repeat

Cruzad los brazos

Fold your arms

Levantad los manos

Hands up

Bajad los manos

Hands down

Sentaos

Sit down

Levantaos

Get up

¿Como estás?

How are you?

Estoy bien / así así / regular

I’m fine

Estoy muy bien / estupendo

I’m very well

Estoy no muy bien

I’m not very well

Estoy fatal

I’m awful

 

 

 

Los números

 

1

Uno

30

 

2

Dos

31

 

3

Tres

40

 

4

Cuatro

41

 

5

Cinco

50

 

6

Seis

51

 

7

Siete

60

 

8

Ocho

61

 

9

Nueve

70

 

10

Diez

71

 

11

Once

80

 

12

Doce

81

 

13

Trece

90

 

14

Catorce

91

 

15

Quince

100

 

16

Dieciséis

 

17

Diecisiete

 

18

Dieciocho

 

19

Diecinueve

 

20

Veinte

 

21

Veintiuno

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Days and Months

 

Spanish

English

Los días de la semana

The days of the week

Lunes

Monday

Martes

Tuesday

Miércoles

Wednesday

Jueves

Thursday

Viernes

Friday

Sábado

Saturday

Domingo

Sunday

El fin de semana

The weekend

Los meses del año

The months of the year

Enero

January

Febrero

February

Marzo

March

Abril

April

Mayo

May

Junio

June

Julio

July

Agosto

August

Septiembre

September

Octubre

October

Noviembre

November

Diciembre

December

Key Questions

Spanish

English

¿Como estás?

How are you?

Estoy bien etc…

I’m fine etc…

¿Prefieres … o …?

Do you prefer … or …?

Prefiero

I prefer

¿Te gusta(n)…?

Do you like…?

Me gusta(n) / No me gusta(n)

I like / I don’t like

¿Cuántos … hay?

How many … are there?

Hay…

There are …

¿Cuántos años tienes?

How old are you/

Tengo … años

I am … years old

¿Tienes hermanos?

Do you have brothers or sisters?

Tengo… hermano(s)/hermana(s)

I have.. brother(s)/sister(s)

¿Como te llamas?

What’s your name?

Me llamo…

My name is…

¿Como se llama tu madre/padre?

What’s your mother’s/father’s name?

Mi padre/madre se llama

My father’s/mother’s name is…

¿Dónde vives?

Where do you live?

Vivo en…

I live in…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spanish Alphabet

Letter

Spanish Pronunciation

English Example

A

Ah

Father

B

Beh

Bomb

C

Ce

Cemetary

CH

Che

Nacho

D

De

Detective

E

E

Egg

F

Efe

Factory

G

Hey

Hay

H

Hache

Honour

I

Ee

Police

J

Jota

Hay

K

Ka

Kilometre

L

Ele

Legal

LL

Eh-yeh

Yahoo

M

Eme

Mother

N

Ene

Nationality

Ñ

Eñe

Canyon

O

Oh

Vote

P

Pe

Peninsular

Q

Cu

Chemistry

R

Ere

Rat

RR

Erre

Trill

S

Ese

Soup

T

Te

Text

U

U

Tutor

V

Uve

Violin

W

Uve doble

Waffle

X

Equis

Excellent

Y

Igriega

Yucatan

Z

Zeta

Through

Activities to consolidate new vocabulary

Activity

Details

For general vocabulary

¿Que falta?

Show chn pictures of new vocabulary introduced taking 1 or 2 of the pictures and then ask them which one is missing (¿Que falta?).

 

El Ahorcado (hangman)

Hangman – make sure they use the Spanish pronunciation of the letters!

 

¿Que número es?

Show children pictures of new vocabulary – give each one a number and then ask is number 5 etc… ¿Que es número cinco…?

 

Pictionary

Give chn whiteboards, call out a new word and ask chn to draw it.

 

Parejas (pairs)

Match English / Spanish word or picture / Spanish word.

 

Bingo

Give chn images from the given topic and then play the same way as normal bingo.

 

Slow Reveal

Slowly reveal an image from the given topic and ask chn to write / call out the word or phrase  as quickly as possible.

 

Chinese Whispers

Chn can play in teams, they whisper a word or phrase to each other.  The last child in the line then comes to the board and records it on the board.  First team to do so correctly wins a point.

 

Juan Dice

(Simon says)

You play the same way as Simon Says – good for verbs!

 

Find someone who

Good for practising likes and dislikes (i.e. for food) – give children a grid with a ‘like’ and ‘dislike’ symbol then interview chn and write names underneath symbols.

 

Pass and answer

Used for questions – give a child the ball and they must say the name of a child and then ask them a question.  They then throw the child the ball and they must answer the question.  Another alternative is to pass the ball round to music and then the person who has the ball when the music stops has to answer the question.

 

Ceros y equis

(o and x)

Show chn a 3 x 3 grid with images from the chosen topic in each square.  If chn can say the image in Spanish they get either a o or x for their team.

 

Fill in the blanks

Give chn part of a sentence and in pairs they must find a suitable word to go in the blank.

 

Make a sentence

Give chn with words from key phrases and ask them to construct their own sentences.  A variation of this can also be used by using chn as a human sentence.

 

Story Telling

Build a pile

Give chn a pile of multilink cubes and ask them to listen out for a particular word or phrase.  When they hear it they a cube to their pile.

Picture lyrics / story

When reciting stories or rhymes show chn a copy of the text/lyrics with some of the key words or phrases being replaced with images.  When the chn see an image they must join in with the appropriate word /phrase.

Miming Activity

Agree a mime for a word or group of words that are repeated in a story.  Every time they hear it they must do the agreed mime.

Consolidating Numbers

Multiples

Chn stand in a circle.  Ask them to count and when they get to particular multiple they have to say agreed Spanish word (or a Spanish word from the current topic).

Pass the ball

Chn stand in a circle.  One child starts by counting on to as many nos as possible they then pass the ball on to a player of their choice who has to carry on from where they left off.

Add up the dice

Chn play in teams and roll 2 dice.  They add up their total and record/say the number in Spanish.  The team with the lowest total is eliminated.

¿Verdadero o falso?

(True or false)

Read out number sentences  and ask chn to hold up the verdadero or falso card depending on whether it is true or false.

 

 

 

Useful Websites

General

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primarylanguages/spanish

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2spanish

http://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/ngfl/spanish/primary_spanish/index.html

http://www.123teachme.com/learn_spanish/spanish_for_children

http://primarygamesarena.com/Spanish

 

 

The alphabet

http://www.spanishspanish.com/alfabeto_ipower.html

 

Spanish Stories and songs

http://www.rif.org/kids/leer/en/cuarto/song_elefante.htm

http://www.storyplace.org/sp/preschool/preschool.asp?themeid=13

http://www.slideshare.net/fran12ces/la-pequea-oruga-glotona-11980728

Last update: 2016-06-08