This half term, we've learnt about 'El día de los muertos' and compared it to Halloween and the Day of All Saints.
We've learnt about different pencil case items through games, songs and dictionary work; how to say and write that 'I have a ... in my pencil case.' or 'I don't have ...'
Tengo/ No tengo.
We've looked at again how the Spanish language has different genders for words, masculine and feminine and we learnt about plurals. Each lesson as usual started with a meme/ joke and a tongue twister to practise the correct pronunciation and the questions and answers to recall vocabulary.
We also practised how to use bilingual dictionaries and looked up some pencil case items.
Here are some of the songs that we used, if you would like to practise them:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWCLNACNObg Chocolate song