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Summer 1


La Playa


Our new topic is the beach ("la playa"). We will learn new vocabulary and different ways of using it. Why not starting practising the new words now?



"Un Pulpito"


We will sing this lovely song about fishes eating each other. Here are the sea animals:



And here are the lyrics:


Una sardina, una sardina,

nadando en el agua.

Una sardina, una sardina.

¡Glup, glup, glup!

¡O, no! Fue comido por...


Un pulpito, un pulpito,

nadando en el agua.

Un pulpito, un pulpito.

¡Glup, glup, glup!

¡O, no! Fue comido por...


Un atún, un atún,

nadando en el agua.

Un atún, un atún.

¡Glup, glup, glup!

¡O, no! Fue comido por...


Un tiburón, un tiburón,

nadando en el agua.

Un tiburón, un tiburón.

¡Glup, glup, glup!

¡O, no! Fue comido por...


Una ballena, una ballena,

nadando en el agua.

Una ballena, una ballena.

¡Glup, glup, glup!

(burp!) ¡Perdóname!


- "nadando en el agua": swimming in the water.

- "Fue comido por...": it was eaten by...

- "¡Perdóname!": I'm sorry!


Where do you come from? - ¿De dónde eres tú?


Remember: we answer the question with "Soy de" (I'm from) and then we say the country (e.g. "Inglaterra" (England), "España" (Spain), "Polonia" (Poland), "Rumanía" (Romania), etc.).



Un Pulpito

La canción del Pulpito

Spring 2




In addition to all the fruits that we have learned in Spring 1, we have some fruits coming too:




Describing fruits


As we did with fruits, we will describe vegetables in exactly the same way:



Make sure you give this some practice!

Las Frutas en español - Fruits recap

Extended practice with fruits. Escucha y repite (listen and repeat)

Las Frutas Song

And here's a song for you!

Vegetables in Spanish (Verduras en español)

Learn vegetables in Spanish with this video that collects the names of some of the most used vegetables in food.

Spring 1


Hello everyone. Here's what we are going to learn this half-term in Spanish:




Don't forget to do the actions when practising at home surprise.


Likes and dislikes


This one is easy:

- If you like a fruit, just say "Me gusta" (I like) and the name of the fruit. For example: "Me gusta la naranja".

- If you don't like a fruit, then say "No me gusta" (I don't like) instead. For example: "No me gusta la naranja".


Simple descriptions


Just follow the colour code and say the words in the order presented from left to right. Let me show you how.

If you want to describe the colour of the apple ("manzana") you must say: "La manzana es rojo".

I'm pretty sure you remember all the colours well but in case you not, then check of the section of Spanish for Reception (EYFS).


Mr Castro

La Canción de las Frutas (the song of the fruits)

Our new singing game for this half-term. Keep on practising!

Autumn 2





You might remember these from last year. In case you not, here I left them for you to practice.


Parts of the body



This half-term we will describe parts of the body using colours, so make sure you know them pretty well!



Arre Borriquito - Giddy Up Little Donkey

A fun traditional Spanish Christmas Carol to enjoy in our lessons!

Autumn 1 - 2018


Welcome back children! This half-term we are going to learn lots of new things. Are you ready?


Instructions and Classroom Routines



We have two new instructions to learn at the bottom of the picture: "close the door" and "make a circle". But the most important of all is this one:



Yes! This is how we ask to go to the toilet in Spanish. Don't forget the actions we learned in class frown



Numbers 1 - 20



Check out numbers from 16 to 19. You only have to join "Dieci" and the number name that you already know. Easy!



Conversation skills


We will learn two new questions: "How old are you?" and "How are you?":





These are the main contents that we are going to learn this half-term. Very exciting!


Mr Castro

Numbers Song in Spanish. Canción de los números de BASHO & FRIENDS

Learn how to count to 20 in Spanish with Basho and his buddy Brobot.

How old are you? - ¿Cuántos años tienes? - Calico Spanish Songs for Kids

A lovely song with a challenge.