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Spanish Advent Calendar 2020

advent calendar¡Hoy es el primero de diciembre! It's December 1st!

Señora Stevens has created a Spanish advent calendar to take us through to Nochebuena - Christmas Eve - full of Christmas videos from around the Spanish speaking world. Each day you can click on a door and watch a song, learn some Christmas words or find out about a tradition. There are even a few stories! 

You can't open a door until the day that matches the number so you have something to look forward to each day rather than binge watching all the content at once. 

If you click the image, it takes you to the Advent Calendar. 

¡Feliz Navidad!

 

Señora Stevens asks ¿Quién salta?

Slide1 optSeñora Stevens has just one last Spanish book to share before we break up for summer.

This one is called ¿Quién salta? - who jumps? and features lots of animals. You might be surprised at some of the answers to this question and the others posed. Enjoy listening to the book then try and join in with the actions.

Señora Stevens hopes that you've enjoyed the books she's shared and wishes you all a very safe healthy and happy break.

¡Hasta setiembre!

 

 

 

Time for another Spanish story!

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It's time for another Spanish story from Señora Stevens who has been buying lots of books during lockdown. She thought that you might enjoy this one as it's a favourite in English. 

It's about a witch, a cat and a broomstick. Do you recognise it?

Señora Stevens hopes you enjoy the story. 

Watch out for one last story before the holidays!

 

De la cabeza a los pies with Señora Stevens

sharkIt's time for another Spanish story from Señora Stevens. 


This one is written by Eric Carle and features animals getting active.
Can you copy the movements made by the animals? If you can, you can join in and shout ¡yo también! 

It's called De la cabeza a los pies - From Head to Toe in English (although the more observant of you that have been doing your Spanish homework may notice that 'los pies' are feet not toes!)

 

A Spanish pirate story.

treasureThis week Señora Stevens has been inspired in her book choice by Y1. In English they have been reading Sayeeda the Pirate Princess so Señora Stevens has chosen a short story about another pirate - Osito Tito.

He doesn't look a very scary pirate does he?

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