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Health Related School Closure Assignments...

 

Hola everyone...I am so proud of all of the hard work you have been doing! Please complete the activities at your own pace! Be sure to get outside and get freash air everyday. Stay healthy and keep smiling : )

 

 

 

 

Spanish Assignments - Mrs. Carr : )

 

Below are the assignments to do for Spanish class while school is closed due to the health related closure (grade level next to assignments). There are a couple of ways you can submit your work. Please do whatever is most convenient for you...you can email me a picture of your work once it is complete or you can bring it back to school with you once school reopens. Please just make sure your first and last name, as well as grade, are on each assignment. I will be checking my email constantly during the normal school hours so please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns! carrj@tabschools.org

 

Hi everyone! Just to let you know, I will be checking my email daily but will only be available during normal school hours on what would have been Days 4 & 5. I will list those dates below:

 

3/20, 3/23, 3/27, 3/30, 4/3 and 4/6.

 

Thank you in advance for your patience with the situation. I tried to create assignments that aren't too much for the kids to complete. Again, should you have any issues, please contact me. Stay healthy!!!

 

Each assignment can be completed once a week and length of assignment will differ for each student.

 

Assignment 1 (week 1):

 

-Write or draw 10 things that are rojo; Write or draw 10 things that are azul; Write or draw 10 things that are café (all grades)

 

Don't forget your name : )

 

Assignment 2 (week 2):

 

-Draw a full body picture of yourself and try to label: los manos, los dedos, las piernas, los pies

 

(grades K & 1)

 

Don't forget your name : )

 

-Draw pictures of the four seasons and label them in Spanish (el invierno, la primavera, el otoño, el verano) (grades 3 & 4)

 

Don't forget your name : )

 

-Draw a detailed picture of anything you like and color it. Label all of the colors you used. You may use any of the colors listed: rojo, anaranjado, amarillo, verde, azul, morado, rosado, blanco, negro, gris, café 

 

(grade 2)

 

Don't forget your name : )

 

Assignment 3 (week 3):

 

-Find out and write 10 facts about Spain. (grades 2, 3, & 4) If you do not have internet access, write as many facts that you can remember from 'Day of the Dead' Celebrations.

 

Don't forget your name : )

 

-Draw (as best as you can) a sombrero and set of maracas. Color them in. (grades K & 1)

 

Don't forget your name : )

 

Assignment 4 (week 4):

 

Choose one of the following: piñata, maracas, sombrero, Mexico's flag or Spain's flag

 

You are to create, draw, sketch, color etc. one of the things listed above. You can be as creative as you want. You can simply draw and color it or feel free to collect things from around your house (like construction paper, tissue paper, pipe cleaners or any ideas you may have) and make one of the things listed above.

 

Don't forget your name : )

 

***If we are out longer than Spring break, I will be posting a few more fun things to do after April 19th. Again, get what you can get done whenever you can get them done.***

 

 

 

For the 2019-2020 school year, please make sure your child brings in a two pocket folder for Spanish class. It can be any type of folder as long as it has two inside pockets to hold their papers. The folders will remain at school until June.

 

 

 

 

 

¡Bienvenidos to my web page! I am very excited to be working with your child this year. We will be learning so many new and exciting things. We will be doing a lot of hands-on learning through physical activity, games, music and creative play.

 

In grades 1-4, we will be reviewing and building on the foundations they have already started to learn. Topics will include things like colors, numbers, and culture. In Kindergarten, we will begin building their foundation by learning things like numbers, colors, the alphabet and culture.

 

Be sure to ask your child what he or she learned in Spanish this week! If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me at carrj@tabschools.org