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Spanish resources that are easy for learners to access, and that encourage learners to start speaking Spanish with confidence from the outset.

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Spanish resources that are easy for learners to access, and that encourage learners to start speaking Spanish with confidence from the outset.
Transition Day Activities
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Transition Day Activities

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Aimed at groups of SEN children visiting secondary school, these activities will help new starters find their way around and feel happy about their move in September.
1: Introduction to Spanish
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1: Introduction to Spanish

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Covers: the letter ñ; giving your name; yes, no and don't know with a name guessing game; tú, usted and how are you?; how are you game; review of lesson.
Spanish Christmas Vocab Lesson
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Spanish Christmas Vocab Lesson

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4 minute video to watch (optional) Vocab work sheet consisting of: Match English to Spanish Word search dictionary activity (with key) Observation style quiz based on video (with answers)
Learning Spanish
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Learning Spanish

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Why it is good to learn Spanish, with the following lesson teaching yes, no, him, her and me, in Spanish.
Food and numbers
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Food and numbers

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learners cut out and match words to pictures, eg tengo seis manzanas to a picture of 6 apples, then stick them in their books side by side.
3 Spanish songs
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3 Spanish songs

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One about the body, one I'm called Maria, and one a Spanish version of the Bibedi babedi bu song from the Disney Cinderella film. Words in Spanish and English and colour coded sheet music.
Name, age, city
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Name, age, city

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A worksheet to use after looking at the BBC Primary Spanish site, which consolidates learning about personal information, and includes a flag colouring activity.
Spotty dogs game and song
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Spotty dogs game and song

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The song counts down the number of spots on your dog as you wash him. The game will be familiar to most people, and I have put Spanish sentences on the cards to be read.
Near or far
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Near or far

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Saying where a place is, giving roadside directions, sying where you and family members live and giving population sizes of major UK cities.
Tengo Hambre Mill Drill
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Tengo Hambre Mill Drill

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Child one: Tengo hambre Child two: ¿Qué quieres? Child one: Un pastel Children talk to everyone making a note of what everyone wants to eat.
This monster has ...
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This monster has ...

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I teach the body parts with a game of simon says. The learners match body parts to words on a sheet, then after a quick revision of numbers 1-5 learners comment on the monsters. Then they choose one or more monsters to draw.
Daddy owl, mummy owl, baby owl
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Daddy owl, mummy owl, baby owl

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3 children at a time are chosen to be a family and say 'Soy Papa Buho', and have a hug. An interlude under the sheet game, and then children taking turns to be in a fish family, followed by an 'in and out the dusty windows' song with the fish swimming in and out of plants in the water (pieces of green paper around the carpet.
Cafe Rico
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Cafe Rico

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This little dialogue can be used between the waiter and the client as the children choose between 2 healthy snacks to start the Spanish session
Number and food cards
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Number and food cards

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Match the words to pictures in this card game of numbers and food. Could you tell a hungry caterpillar story? or could the children write one based on this vocab game?
Spanish profesiones
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Spanish profesiones

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Lots of profesiones are strong cognates. Use this video to introduce some vocabulario de los profesiones to your estudiantes. Play the video with the sound only first, and use the pause button to give los estudiantes la oportunidad to answer the challenges, and then write their own. Encourage them to use español whenever they can. Much more slow, accessible Spanish available on Youtube. Search for "spanglish fantastico"
Shopping for food
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Shopping for food

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Pronunciation lesson with grocery vocab, asking a friend to pick things up from the shop for you, asking for items in a shop, using quantities, packages, and big numbers to describe what you want.