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Spring 1


Parts of the body



We will learn this singing the Spanish version of 'Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes' (although this version might be slightly different surprise).




Finally, we will start learning our first colours in Spanish:




Numbers 11 to 15


More numbers on the way!




Telling age in Spanish


This is how we do it:


Tengo (age) años


For example: I'm 4 years old = Tengo 4 años



Mr Castro

Globos (baloons) song - Learn colors in Spanish

La Vaca Lola

A funny song to learn parts of the body of people and animals.

Autumn Term 2019


Hola. This is what we are going to learn this Autumn term:


Meeting and greeting



This is our "Hola" song:


Hola, hola, buenas tardes

Hola, hola, adiós.

Buenas tardes, adiós

Buenas tardes, adiós.

Hola, hola, buenas tardes

Hola, hola, adiós.


Remember that "hola" means 'hello' and "buenas tardes" means 'good afternoon', and "adiós" means 'goodbye'.




To introduce yourself we say "me llamo" ('my name is) and your name.



Numbers 1 - 10



These are all the numbers that we are going to learn in Autumn 1 and 2. Look at the pictures and remember the actions. You will be counting in Spanish in no time!


Asking for things



"Por favor" means 'please', and "gracias" means 'thank you'. Very important words! We want to be polite, don't we?


Mr Castro

Backing track for Hola song

This is the backing track that we use in the Spanish lessons. Enjoy!

Spanish Vowels Song - Canción de las vocales - Miss Rosi

The Vowels - Las Vocales - Calico Spanish Songs for Kids

Sing along kids!

Mariposita Song

Summer 1


Ready for Summer Term? The topic this half-term is Animals and Descriptions. We will learn animal names and how to use adjectives so we can form our first full sentences in Spanish. Exciting stuff! Also, we will read a new story in Spanish called "Oso Marrón".

These are the animal names we are going to learn:




Saying how we feel


This what we say:




Mr Castro

Animals names

To practice some animals names in Spanish.

Spring 2




This half-term we are learning the names of some fruits in Spanish. Here they are:






We will be learning 7 more colours adding to the ones that we already learned in Spring 1:


Spanish Alphabet Song - El Alfabeto

Rock the alphabet. . . in Spanish!

Fruits in Spanish

Watch and enjoy practicing fruits in Spanish.