La rutina diaria (Song about a pupil's daily routine in Spanish)

La rutina diaria (Song about a pupil's daily routine in Spanish)

Set of resources based on a song designed to teach how to describe one's daily routine in Spanish. Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Lyrics: Por la mañana me despierto temprano después me levanto, me ducho, me visto, me peino luego desayuno y me lavo los dientes para irme a la escuela, a la escuela. Por la tarde vuelvo de la escuela después hago mis deberes luego ceno, veo la televisión y me divierto con mi familia finalmente, finalmente me acuesto. Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun ways of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in a foreign language. This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles (great for karaoke), - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
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KS1-SPANISH-Level 1: DAYS OF THE WEEK, DAILY ROUTINE & MY HOUSE

KS1-SPANISH-Level 1: DAYS OF THE WEEK, DAILY ROUTINE & MY HOUSE

DAYS OF THE WEEK, DAILY ROUTINE & MY HOUSE Printable activity worksheets to teach Spanish about: • Days of the week • Daily routine • My home PDF Activity worksheets USABLE ON WHITEBOARD Includes: AUDIO CONTENT To access audio use Adobe Reader and double click on the sound icon. Also available in French, German and English (EAL, ESL, EFL). Cosmoville series.
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¿Dónde vives? (Song describing a variety of types of residence in Spanish)

¿Dónde vives? (Song describing a variety of types of residence in Spanish)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Set of resources based on a song designed to teach a variety of residence types in Spanish. Lyrics ¿Dónde vives? Vivo en un piso en un bloque moderno ¿Dónde vives? Vivo en un piso en un bloque antiguo Vivo en una casa, en una granja y en un chalet. Vivo, vives, vive, vivimos vivís, viven, viven Vivo en las afueras, Vivo en la ciudad en un barrio. Vivo en el centro, vivo en un pueblo en el campo. Vivo en el norte, en el sur. Vivo en el oeste y en el este. Vivo, vives, vive, vivimos vivís, viven, viven This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
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SPANISH KS2 Level 2: Lulu's house/ Where is my stuff?

SPANISH KS2 Level 2: Lulu's house/ Where is my stuff?

TOPIC: Lulu’s house/ Where is my stuff? INCLUDES 14 printable activity worksheets to teach Key Stage 2 students Spanish about: • Rooms in the house • Answering to where is my stuff? • Grammar: prepositions ACTIVITY • Cut-out characters’ masks for improvisations and role-plays TEACHER’S MATERIAL includes: • Clear lesson plan for students level 2 • Learning objectives • Key language • Learning expectations • Answers to all practical exercises (worksheets) • Game suggestions All PDF Activity worksheets are: • Usable on whiteboards • Include audio content To access audio use Adobe Reader and: • Double click on RED sound icon to listen to the topic • Double click on BLUE sound icon to listen to the answer Also available in French, German and English (ESL/ EFL). Cosmoville series.
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¿Dónde está la cama? (Song teaching prepositions and bedroom items in Spanish)

¿Dónde está la cama? (Song teaching prepositions and bedroom items in Spanish)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Set of resources based on a song designed to teach a wide variety of prepositions in connection with bedroom items in Spanish. Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun ways of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in a foreign language. Lyrics: El televisor está delante de la cama. La pared está detrás del armario. La alfombra está debajo de la cama. Al lado del armario está la ventana. A la izquierda de los posters está el armario. A la derecha de la puerta está la cama. La ventana está entre las cortinas. El ordenator está sobre la mesa. Y en las paredes tengo posters. En las paredes tengo posters This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
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Mi dormitorio (Song teaching items in a child's bedroom in Spanish)

Mi dormitorio (Song teaching items in a child's bedroom in Spanish)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Set of resources based on a song designed to teach items in a child's bedroom in Spanish. Lyrics: Las estanterías, el armario, la mesa la silla, la cama, la lámpara, los posters el ordenador, la puerta, el televisor y la ventana, la ventana, la ventana El equipo de música, la mesilla, la pared, la alfombra, las cortinas el escritorio, la butaca, las persianas, el tocador Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun way of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in a foreign language. This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
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¿Dónde vives? (Part 2) - Spanish song about living arrangements

¿Dónde vives? (Part 2) - Spanish song about living arrangements

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Set of resources based on a song designed to teach students how to describe where they live. Lyrics: Vivo en una casa grande en en un barrio pequeño, en el norte de una ciudad muy bonita. Mi amiga Julia vive en un piso antiguo en un barrio grande, en el sur en las afueras. Mis abuelos viven en una granja en el campo, en el sur de Inglaterra en la costa. Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun ways of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in a foreign language. This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
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Los lugares masculinos (Song teaching masculine places in the local area in Spanish)

Los lugares masculinos (Song teaching masculine places in the local area in Spanish)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Set of resources based on a song designed to teach masculine places in the local area in Spanish. Lyrics: el aeropuerto, el café, el centro comercial, el cine, el estadio, el hospital, el instituto, el mercado, el parque, el polideportivo, el puente, el río, el castillo, el edificio, el monumento, el palacio, el parque, el quiosco Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun ways of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in a foreign language. This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles (great for karaoke), - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
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SPANISH KS2 Level 1: My house/ Where are my toys?

SPANISH KS2 Level 1: My house/ Where are my toys?

TOPIC: My house/ Where are my toys? INCLUDES 13 printable activity worksheets to teach Key Stage 2 students Spanish about: • My house • Where are my toys? • Grammar: prepositions ACTIVITY • Cut-out characters’ masks for improvisations and role-plays TEACHER’S MATERIAL includes: • Clear lesson plan for students level 1 • Learning objectives • Key language • Learning expectations • Answers to all practical exercises (worksheets) • Game suggestions All PDF Activity worksheets are: • Usable on whiteboards • Include audio content To access audio use Adobe Reader and double click on the sound icon. Also available in German, French and English (ESL/ EFL). Cosmoville series.
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KS1 SPANISH: Home & Where is my stuff?

KS1 SPANISH: Home & Where is my stuff?

HOME & WHERE IS MY STUFF? Printable activity worksheets to teach Year 1 & 2 Spanish about: • My house • Where is my stuff? Includes practice worksheets about: • prepositions PDF Activity worksheets USABLE ON WHITEBOARD Includes: AUDIO CONTENT To access audio use Adobe Reader and double click on the sound icon. Also available in FRENCH, GERMAN and ENGLISH (ELT)
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Los lugares femeninos (Song teaching feminine places in Spanish)

Los lugares femeninos (Song teaching feminine places in Spanish)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFy9L4u1nHw Set of resources based on a song designed to teach feminine places in the local area in Spanish. Lyrics: la calle, la catedral, la estación de autobuses, la estación de trenes, la oficina de turismo, la piscina, la playa, la plaza de toros, la tienda, la avenida, la fábrica, la iglesia, la sierra This set includes: - one song to be used as a pure audio activity, - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles (great for karaoke), - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas Please note: This set is part of a series of song based resources for teaching Spanish to all age groups
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¿Adónde vas? (Song about going places in Spanish - only masculine nouns)

¿Adónde vas? (Song about going places in Spanish - only masculine nouns)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 YouTube preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01Xhch1cW0Y Set of resources based on a song about going places in Spanish. Lyrics Primero voy al aeropuerto, al café y también al centro comercial. Luego voy al cine, al estadio y además también al hospital. ¿Adónde va María? Primero va al instituto y después al mercado. Sin embargo no va al parque. ¿Adónde van tus padres? Primero van al polideportivo, al puente y a al río y luego van al castillo. Finalmente van al palacio, al parque y al quiosco This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles (great for karaoke), - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
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