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El Árbol de Navidad - Spanish Christmas Vocabulary Through Games and a Story
In this one-time class for beginners and intermediate Spanish-language learners, we learn Christmas-related words through simple games and a story about decorating a Christmas tree.
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How do you say snowman in Spanish? How about candy cane? Beginner and intermediate Spanish students will enjoy playing around with Christmas vocabulary in an encouraging but low-pressure environment. Here is our class plan: 1. Get acquainted with the Christmas vocabulary using the games "¿Dónde está?" (Where is it?) and "¿Qué falta?" (What's missing?) 2. Read and discuss a simple story about a family decorating their Christmas tree.* 3. Play Christmas vocabulary bingo. NOTE: The teacher...
Students will use Spanish words to describe Christmas-related items.
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 five years, four years of which were online. Additionally, I have been raising my children primarily in Spanish since 2016.
Parents may print out the book from class for the students to color and read together.
1. One-page bingo sheet to print out before class will be provided. 2. Students need a writing utensil to mark on the bingo sheet.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
"El árbol de Navidad" by Taysha Meier (the teacher)
Bilingual Teacher, Writer, and Parent
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
193 total reviews
235 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...