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Colors and Colors of Fall

Hello everyone!

I miss being with my littlest students in the Yellow Class, so I am back with some more virtural English to reach out to them a bit!

This past week, the students in the yellow class have been painting a lot and playing  with autumn leaves.

Here are some English videos to help get you in the mood of the season and support some of the play that the  children have been doing with Nuria!

First, to practice colors in English, I will leave you with Matt from Dream English!

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And, here is another favorite of mine to talk about fall!

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Have fun singing and dancing to these songs! I will see you soon!

Have a good week!

Lindley

Happy, Sad, Angry

In the Yellow and Blue classes we have finished introducing three answers to the question, «How are you?»

In the Yellow Class almost everyone can answer this question in words, and fortunately, the answer almost always is «I’m happy!»  We also linked colors to these emotions and the students asked for their crayon color by name as we colored yellow=happy, blue=sad, red=angry.

Here is a link to a song to keep singing about emotions at home.

emotions

En las clases Amarilla y Azul hemos terminado de introducir tres respuestas a la pregunta: «¿Cómo estás?»

En la Clase Amarilla casi todo el mundo puede responder a esta pregunta con palabras, y por suerte , la respuesta casi siempre es «¡Yo soy feliz!»

También vinculamos colores con estas emociones y pedimos el color de la cera por su nombre para colorear la imagen correspondiente: amarillo = feliz, azul = triste, rojo = enfadado. Aquí hay un enlace a una canción para seguir cantando y aprendiendo acerca de las emociones en vuestras casas.

Autumn Colors

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We continue our work with autumn colors by coloring leaves.  You can see our display on the bulletin board outside class.  The students asked for the colors they wanted, saying «yellow, please» or «brown, please.»  Most students can pronounce all the colors, repeating them and some students can even spontaneously name the color they wish to use!  It is exciting to hear their English vocabulary grow!

 

Continuamos nuestro trabajo con los colores del otoño coloreando hojas. Podéis ver nuestra presentación en el tablón de anuncios. Los alumnos pidieron los colores que querían, diciendo " amarilla , por favor " o " marrón , por favor." La mayoría de los alumnos y alumnas pueden pronunciar todos los colores, repetirlas y algunos estudiantes pueden nombrar incluso de forma espontánea el color que desea utilizar. ¡Es emocionante ver crecer su vocabulario Inglés !

Making Salad

Today in the yellow class we expanded our normal conversation about fruit and colors to include the ingredients in salad!  It was very exciting to go to the dining room and make our own salad for lunch! First, we talked about the vegetables, their names and colors. Then we got to tear the lettuce up, and our teachers helped us cut tomatoes, carrots, and apples.  We also added corn to our salad, and finally we dressed it with salt and olive oil.  The best part was tasting each ingredient.

Here is a song about vegetables in English to continue to practice veggie names in English at home! Click on the salad below to hear the song.

salad