=Tarea de Verano=
Review the vocabulary and practice your Spanish playing games available on JUB resources

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Weather report:http://goanimate.com/movie/0kp6ajun_SXg/1
Students are working in their weather report, they are creating a document in Kispiration 2.
Sample:
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El_reporte_del_tiempo.jpg



Dear Parents,
For the last few weeks, the third grade has been working on learning vocabulary in Spanish related to “the house.” The students now know the Spanish words for the different names of the rooms, as well as for the furniture that you can find in each of them.
To finish the unit, the students are going to build their own house (in a shoebox!). This hands-on project requires time and creativity on their part. We are hoping that you can provide your son or daughter with some guidance throughout the project, so they can meet the requirements in a timely fashion.
Project requirements:
  1. The students will have a week to build the shoebox house, beginning on February 17; February 24 is the due date (please note that this is the day after the four-day Presidents Weekend).
  2. The house must have at least two rooms.
  3. Students must use “repurposed” material to build the entire house – do not purchase anything new to use in the house.
  4. Rooms and furniture must be labeled in Spanish.
  5. There should be 7 pieces of furniture minimum.
You can find all the vocabulary needed for the project on the Spanish wiki.
We hope you find this project as much fun as the students find it and that you enjoy watching your son or daughter build a house! We encourage you to ask your child questions about the house as he/she builds it; this will give them additional practice using their new vocabulary.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation, and please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.
Sincerely,
The Spanish Department


Vocabulario de la casa

La sala (living room)

él sófa, la televisión , el teléfono, el florero (flower vase), el cuadro (paint), la alfombra(carpet or rug), el sillón (arm chair), la mesa del centro (center table), la lámpara.

bidet
bidet

El baño

el inodoro (toilet), el espejo (mirror), el lavamanos( sink), la ducha (the shower), la tina o bañadera (bathtub), el toallero (towel bar), el bidet (lava pompas)

El dormitorio:

La cama (bed), la mesita de noche(night table), el gavetero (chest), la comoda (vanity)el armario (closet), la lámpara, la percha(hanger)

La cocina: El refrigerador, la estufa, el microondas, el fregadero(sink), la mesa , las sillas,el televisor

El patio: La piscina (swiming pool), la casa del árbol (tree house), la hamaca (swim), la canal(slide), la fuente (fauntain), la pajarera (bird house), el asador (barbeque).

Mas cosas de la casa

Techo (roof) ático, escalera (ladder) or stepladder, corredor (hall) sotano (basemant), comedor (dining room), garage, buzón (mail box), cerca (fence), portal (porch) terraza(deck), ventana(window), puerta (door).








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Una Mano
más una mano
no son dos manos:
son manos unidas.
Une tu mano
a nuestras manos
para que el mundo no esté
en pocas manos
sino en todas las manos




Tarea due Martes 11/17/2009. Memoriza el poema

EL MONO PEPITO Y EL OSO PIPÓN
El mono Pepito,
y el oso Pipón,images.jpg
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del gnomo Pom-Pom

Alegre recibe
el gnomo Pom-Pom
al mono Pepito
y al oso Pipón.

Comieron bananas,
frutillas, jamón,

ciruela, duraznos
y un rico melón
Dichoso despide
el gnomo Pom-Pom
al mono Pepito
y al oso Pipón