TOP

Cuatro, Cinco, Seis – Spanish Phrase of the Week

How many weeks left in the school year? Let’s count down in español! This week’s Spanish phrase-of-the-week is:
cuatro, cinco, seis (four, five, six) Click to hear how to pronounce: cuatrocincoseis.

La semana pasada había seis semanas. Last week there were six weeks.
Esta semana hay cinco semanas. This week there are five weeks.
La próxima semana habrá cuatro semanas. Next week there will be four weeks.

That’s how we count down!   Seis! Cinco! Cuatro! Tres! Dos! Uno!

Now keep counting with Canción do los Números or, if you’re going to dance, Si te Vienes a Bailar:



Advertising helps supplement this free website by DigitalPTO.com | Disable Ads Here
TOP

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a Readaloud

Our read-aloud this week is a counting book that coincides with Claxton’s Spanish phrase-of-the-week: cuatro, cinco, seis.

Read more on the Spanish Integration blog: http://claxtonspanish.blogspot.com/2016/05/celebrating-cinco-de-mayo-in-claxton.html

TOP

Tres Amigos – Spanish this week

We’re counting down to the end of the school year, and counting up using our español. We’ve learned Número uno (number one).  And dos ojos (two eyes).

This week’s Spanish phrase-of-the-week is: “tres amigos” (three friends). Click to hear the pronunciation of tres and amigos.

Students can practice their Spanish by jugando con tres amigos (playing with three friends) or estudiando con tres amigos (studying with three friends). Next Wednesday, May 4, for Walk to School Day, caminan a la escuela con tres amigos (they walk to school with three friends).

And of course, bailamos con amigos (we dance with friends)!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsWhis8Y4Rc&list=PLI_FWH0_QZyAirTfVP7AeBxnQ2Mm22B-y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FEyfy5N3Nc



Advertising helps supplement this free website by DigitalPTO.com | Disable Ads Here
TOP

Claxton Students are “numero uno”!

This week’s Spanish phrase-of-the-week builds on last week’s start with counting (uno, dos, tres) while giving students a positive phrase they can use with their friends.

Número uno! (Number one!)

Click to pronounce numero and uno.

Who’s número uno? Claxton students, for continuing to master Spanish language! So let’s dance and count! You can watch these fun Spanish videos at home:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlyBpZFFerk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FEyfy5N3Nc



Advertising helps supplement this free website by DigitalPTO.com | Disable Ads Here