Aventura por el Abecedario - Vowel Letters & Sounds - 100% in Spanish FLEX
This six-week asynchronous journey through the five vowels of the Spanish language gives young learners who understand the language practice saying, identifying, coloring, tracing, forming, singing about, and pretending with each one.
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No live meetings
Over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Could your busy young Spanish-speaker benefit from practice with letters and their sounds? In this class designed for young children who already understand Spanish*, focuses on a specific vowel and vowel sound in Spanish, except for the final week in which we review them all. Because this is a FLEX class (no live class meetings), we will do this through pre-recorded lessons fully in Spanish (roughly 10-15 minutes each), coloring sheets, worksheets with feedback, and learner-to-learner...
This class is taught in Spanish.
I received a minor in the Spanish language with my bachelor degree (2011). Later, I went on to complete the seven-week level 5 Spanish course at Roca Blanca Spanish School in Catalotepec, Mexico (2018). I have taught group Spanish classes to a variety of ages over a span six years, five years of which have been online. Additionally, I have been raising my children primarily in Spanish since 2016.
Homework for each letter sound: Letter coloring sheet to contribute to your very own letter book Weekly homework: - A print-out activity, such as letter sorting, matching, and/or searching - A learner to learner activity, such as a letter scavenger hunt (searching for an item that starts with a certain letter and sharing a photo and explanation) or a letter guessing challenge (Each learner creates a letter from that week or forms it with their hands or bodies, and we name which letter it is).
I will provide coloring pages and worksheets to print. Learners will need coloring and drawing utensils to complete them. Other items learned use should be things around their house or yard to form or trace letters. I will give examples with what I have about, using different items each time, but learners can use the items that are already accessible to them.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
For a letter forming activity for each lesson, learners should use household items that are safe for them to use. In one or more lessons, I will use modeling dough. Modeling dough may contain wheat, which could cause an allergic reaction if ingested in those sensitive to wheat gluten or with Celiac disease. If this allergen is a concern for your child, please use an alternative dough.
Bilingual Teacher, Writer, and Parent
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
194 total reviews
239 completed classes
¡Hola! I'm Tristan (pronouns: they/them), and I have loved teaching on Outschool since December 2020. Having been homeschooled kindergarten through twelfth grade, I now homeschool my own bilingual kids. With a background in Spanish language and...