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30 Nov

Students will continue to review the primary colors and numbers this week. They will also continue to work with commands. This week’s imperative is the word take. Lleva (yea vah)-take  

30 Nov

Students will review the primary colors and the days of the week.  

30 Nov

Students will review the numbers 50-60.  

30 Nov

Students will begin to tell time in Spanish.  

18 Nov

Students will finish designing their food chains in class.  

18 Nov

Students will focus on Space. The moon, sun, planets and stars in Spanish.  

18 Nov

Students will continue to focus on the primary colors and numbers in Spanish. This week’s story is El lobo llama a la puerta (The Wolf Knocks on the Door). Please ask your child what he or she remembers from the story. Gracias, Sr. Walter  

18 Nov

Students will continue to present their Animal projects.  

12 Nov

Make flashcards for the following words: el cuarto-room;la sala-livingroom;la cocina-kitchen;el comedor-diningroom;el atico-attic;el sotano-basement;el dormitorio-bedroom  

9 Nov

Assignment: Due November 9, 2009 Research an animal from one of the 21 Spanish-speaking countries. Criteria: Provide 2 paragraphs about the animal. Include the following information in the 2 paragraphs: where the animal is from, its’ habitat, its’ diet and its’ predators. You also must provide 3-4 pictures, the country’s flags and a map outline. Place finished product on a poster board. If you have any questions, please send me an email: wlwalter@cps.edu Gracias, Mr. Walter  

6 Nov

This week students will complete their Azulin visits Mexico activities.  Now that Azulin has returned to Chicago students will take Azulin on a field trip to Ray.  Students will write about the items Azulin saw while he visited Ray School this week.  

2 Nov

On November 5, 2009 students will be reading Azulin visita a Mexico (The Blue Bug visits Mexico) in grades k-3.