Spanish Class Week Ending 6/15

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Dear Parents,

        As we enter into the last full week of school, I just want to highlight how proud I am of your children who I have been lucky enough to call my students this year! We have laughed together, cried together, and learned together. We have worked as a team to turn these students into life long learners and I am super excited to see what next year has in store for them! Even though the school year is winding down, we are still keeping up with our work!

Grade 2

2A & 2B – We are still working on learning the days of the week and the months of the year. We watched a video by Señor Jordan to practice our skills. Students also completed worksheets with word association, word scrambling, and coloring (which helped review our understanding of color vocabulary).

Grade 3

3A & 3B – In class, we continued into our next aspect of learning about different countries. Following our lessons on the geography of Spain, we now began to learn about the religion of Spain. Please see the notes from below.

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3C – We are on week 2 of our lesson regarding the context of Spain. We are still focusing on Geography and some associated vocabulary to learn about the different regions of Spain.

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Grade 4

4A & 4B – We are continuing to work on adjectives and sentences talking about ourselves and others. Students completed various activities to build and develop their understanding of how to use adjectives in a sentence.

Grade 5

5A & 5B – Please continue to check Google Classroom for continued updates and information.

Grade 6

6A & 6B – With the half days next week, this Wednesday will be our last class for the school year. Please continue to check Google Classroom for continued updates and information.

Grade 7

7A & 7B – Please continue to check Google Classroom for continued updates and information.

Grade 8

8A & 8B – With graduation on Friday, our classes do not meet anymore. I have truly enjoyed my time with this year’s 8th grade and I am excited for their endeavors next year!