At Reynolds School, students focus on developing their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in Spanish through communicative activities.
Kindergarteners learn greetings, colors, shapes, and basic body part vocabulary. They also learn about the areas of the world where Spanish is spoken. They enjoy disovering Hispanic traditions and celebrations.
First graders develop their Spanish skills through communicative activities focused on daily routines, family members, and life at home and school. They participate in a virtual pen pal project with students in a Spanish speaking country to make a comparison between their own lives and the lives of their new amigos. During the past three school years, students exchanged videos with students at the Robert Muller L.I.F.E. School in Panajachel, Guatemala.
Second graders continue to expand their Spanish knowledge by focusing on animals, sports, and storytelling in Spanish. They learn words and grammatical structures to describe themselves and characters from different stories. Acting out stories is so much fun!
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We are learning about the parts of the world where people speak Spanish. Did you know there are 21 countries that consider Spanish their official language? Let's explore the Spanish speaking world together!