Las Posadas are a cherished Latin American Christmas tradition! If you’ve never heard of a Posada, I highly recommend that you check out the link below that gives a great explanation and pictures of the beloved experience!
Disfruten, enjoy! 🙂
Navidad is an important holiday in Hispanic culture as it is in our culture! Students in elementary Spanish have been doing a variety of activities to honor this time of year!
Top Thrive photos: 3rd graders are creating puzzles using the Spanish vocabulary for the nativity scene!
Bottom photo: 2nd graders have been learning Christmas tree vocabulary and did an activity called “Roll an Árbol” – they had a blast!
Look for the vocabulary to be coming home with your student(s)!
The third graders spent a few weeks learning the Spanish alphabet! The photos below show them quizzing each other on the Spanish letters and sounds. There’s a great call and response song on YouTube if you type in “Spanish Alphabet” — enjoy!
I apologize for the lateness of this post! I can’t believe how fast time is flying! We’ve been going through a couple different Bible verses since my last post. Students in Kindergarten through 5th grade practiced a verse from Psalm 150:6 for several weeks. It states: “Let all that has breath praise the Lord!”