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Autumn 1 - 2019


¡Saludos Year 2s! Are you ready to learn Spanish?


Instructions and Classroom Routines


We practised some instructions last year. Now, it is time to extend our vocabulary and challenge ourselves so we can say more and more in Spanish:



These are the first ones. We will use them in class many times.


Numbers 1-31


There are lots of new numbers this year, but don't worry. We will learn them step by step. In the meantime, why don't you try practice at home?



Check out the colour code of the number names from 16 to 29. Just learn the part of the word in red and add the numbers that you already know. Practise with the actions and you'll be saying them confidently in no time!

And now, a especial one:



Does it look tricky? Not that much! Let's see:


- First, we put the 'ten', in this case, "treinta";

- Second, we put the word "y" that means 'and';

- Finally, we put the unit, in this case, "uno".


Days of the week



In order:


- "Lunes": Monday.

- "Martes": Tuesday.

- "Miércoles": Wednesday.

- "Jueves": Thursday.

- "Viernes": Friday.

- "Sábado": Saturday.

- "Domingo": Sunday.






Some of them are pretty similar to English months surprise.


Dates in Spanish



Don't you worry if you don't quite get it. We'll be practising this in every lesson.


Mr Castro

¡Buenos días! Song to learn Spanish greetings and daily routines

Learn greetings and daily routines in Spanish with this fun and catchy tune!

Los números. Song to learn numbers in Spanish

Learn the numbers in Spanish through songs and videos. Learn the numbers with this fun and catchy song.

Summer 1


Saludos Year 2s! Summer Term is here and the topic is... Animals! To start with, a very funny song called "El Cha-cha-cha del Cocodrilo" that you will find below this post.

These are the animals that we will learn:



I suggest you listen to the song first and then practice the names of the animals.


Here are the lyrics: 



Remember the actions when practicing!


Mr Castro

El Cha Cha Cha Del Cocodrilo (Summer 1)

Enjoy the song!

Spring 2


More parts of the body


We will learn new parts of the body so we can describe people even better than we did in Spring 1:





Also, we will learn two new months:



Can you read them correctly in Spanish?


A new song


The song is called 'Juan Pequeño' (Little John). I'm sure you remember how to sing it, so here are the 'lyrics':








Describing people


This is the mat that we will use to describe people this half-term:



Spring 1


This half-term we are going to start giving proper descriptions in Spanish. So let's make it fun! We are going to describe monsters! sad


Parts of the body



Some you might remember from last year.



Word order


In Spanish, the order of words in a sentence is a bit different. To start with, adjectives come after the noun. Let's see a quick example:


Red eyes = ojos rojos


We will describe crazy monsters and practice  this over and over.





We will see plurals for the first time. Don't worry! It's easier than you think. Here's a simple rule:


"If the word ends in a vowel, we just add an -s".


That way the colour "rojo" would be "rojos".



Definite Articles



We will start using articles in Spanish. You will find that there are more than in English. In order to use them properly you will have to get familiar with Gender and how it works. Step by step. There's no hurry frown.


Mr Castro

Learn Spanish parts of the body with BASHO & FRIENDS [Episode Version]

Sing and dance!

Autumn 2 - 2018


The topic this half-term is simple descriptions using School Supplies and Colours. We will learn new words like "es" (it is) and "no es" (it isn't), using the definite articles "el" and "la" (both meaning 'the') and a little about Gender (Masculine and Feminine words). Does it seem to be a lot? No worries. It will be fun! frown


First, a quick reminder on colours:




School Supplies




Simple descriptions


We will use the following structure:


(School supply's name) + "es/no es" + (colour)


We will do all this in a fun way. You'll learn it in no time!


Mr Castro

"Globos" song

The Vowels - Las Vocales - Calico Spanish Songs for Kids

"La Marimorena" - Traditional Spanish Christmas Carol

¡Cuenta! Spanish number rap

Learn Numbers 1-30 with this song!

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.

What is your name? - ¿Cómo te llamas?

Practise introductions in Spanish

How old are you? - ¿Cuántos años tienes?

Where are you from? - ¿De dónde eres tú?

Improve your conversation skills in Spanish by adding this new question and answer.

🎶 😊 Days of the Week Spanish Song 😊 Cancion Dias de la Semana Miss Rosi

A simple song in Spanish for kids to learn the days of the week. Lyrics and translation shown. Song by Miss Rosi. Una cancion de Miss Rosi para aprender los dias de la semana.