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We can say when our birthdays are in Spanish!

We can ask the question ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?

Listen to the clips below. Can you hear when their birthdays are?

Can you hear when our birthdays are?

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When is your birthday?

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¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?

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¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?

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¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?

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We can pronounce the months in Spanish and sing a song.

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We can count to 31!

 

Practise your numbers with the games below.

This term we are learning  how to say our age and when our birthday is. We will be learning to count to 31 and how to say the months in Spanish.

We have learned how to ask and say how old we are in Spanish.

 

¿Cuántos años tienes?  

Tengo siete/ocho años.

 

 

 

We can also read and write the question and answer. We put the words in the correct order first with punctuation.

We can also read and write the question and answer. We put the words in the correct order first with punctuation. 1
We can also read and write the question and answer. We put the words in the correct order first with punctuation. 2
We can also read and write the question and answer. We put the words in the correct order first with punctuation. 3

Listen to our fantastic conversation in Spanish.

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What a great example of co-operation!Well done boys!

¿Cuántos años tienes?

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¿Cuántos años tienes?

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¿Cuántos años tienes?

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¿Cuántos años tienes?

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Mayan history Week.

We learned a Mexican clapping rhyme about tortillas. The ancient Mayans ate tortillas made of maize (corn). Tortillas are still a main part of the diet in Mexico and Central American countries.

 

Tortillitas de manteca,

Para Mamá que está contenta.

Tortillitas de salvado,

Para Papá que está enojado.

 

El Dinosaurio Hambriento.

We have written our own stories about The Hungry Dinosaur!

Listen and look at our work!

 

Coming soon!

3T El Dinosaurio Hambriento.MOV

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Beginning.MOV

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3L Commas.MOV

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3L Question Marks.MOV

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3L End.MOV

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3T Commas.MOV

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3T Exclamation marks.MOV

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3T Speech Marks.MOV

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3T Full stops.MOV

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3T End.MOV

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A counting song to celebrate the King's Day.El Día de Reyes.

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Year 3T sing 10 camellos- a counting song to celebrate El Dia De Reyes

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Campana Sobre Campana. Traditional Spanish Christmas Carol.

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Wow! Year 3L sang this song beautifully after only 20 minutes!

Nouns in Spanish

We have been learning that there are two groups of nouns in Spanish. Masculine nouns use un ( a )  and feminine nouns use una ( a) .Un and una both mean a or one. We sorted the un and una words from the story La Oruga Muy Hambrienta.

Look at our work!

We sorted nouns into masculine and feminine.

We sorted nouns into masculine and feminine. 1

Autumn Term

This half term we have been reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar in Spanish. We have been practising our writing and spelling in Spanish.( Do you remember the a,e,i,o,u song we learned in Year 2?)

We know the days of the week and some fruits in Spanish.

Next half term we will be writing our own versions of the story.

Have a look at year 2 singing the a,e,i,o,u song last year....Careful it's catchy!

La Oruga muy Hambrienta - The Very Hungry Caterpillar in Spanish.

- Edmundo Castro from El Mundo Preescolar. This Spanish accent is from Latin America so the c and z sound more like s.


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