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!”
Buenos dias! SCS Elementary Spanish classes have been hard at working learning the bi-weekly Bible verse from Revelation! Visit the link below to see one of our 2nd grade classes preform the verse in class! Revelation 4:11b states: …you created all things…
…you created all things…
Stay tuned for hand motions!
Check out the link below to see some SCS 5th graders who rocked at learning this Spanish Bible verse!
Te doy gracias, oh Señor, con todo el corazón.
First graders have been learning colors in Spanish class! Ask them their colors at home and they’ll be able to tell you! Here are some pictures of them practicing a fun game from Rockalingua! Check out the link to have them play at home!
Our new Bible verse in Spanish class is from the books of Psalms! Ask your students to practice it with you at home! They know the hand motions to help! Psalms 138:1 says: I give you thanks, Oh LORD, with all my heart.
Check out the 2nd graders as they learn Romans 10:13 in Spanish!
Check out the 3rd graders singing the Spanish alphabet song!
Los dias de la semana – The Days of the Week
Second graders are learning the days of the week! Did you know that the Spanish calendar starts on Monday and ends on Sunday? Also, days of the week are NOT capitalized in Spanish! Crazy, huh?!
Learning a world language can be difficult, but there are so many great resources out there to help you and your student(s) learn another language! Here is a great Spanish “wordle” full of Spanish cognates (words that are similar in Spanish and in English) that you can print out and use at home with your kiddos! Enjoy learning – que disfruten el aprendizaje!
Check out the new Bible verse for Spanish class! We will work on this verse for the next couple weeks! Ask your students to teach you the words and hand motions!
Call upon His name! He has saved us!
Blessings as you learn this verse in Spanish with your student(s)!