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¡Léeme! One-Time Dragon-Themed Spanish Story Time With Craft
In this story read aloud and craft class, students will learn 6 Spanish vocabulary words, listen to a read aloud (Book: How to Dress a Dragon), listen to a related song, do an activity together, and complete a simple craft.
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Overview: In this story read aloud and craft class, students will learn 6 Spanish vocabulary words, listen to a read aloud in English with Spanish added (Book: How to Dress a Dragon), listen to a related song, do an activity together, and complete a simple craft. Class Structure: Class begins with greeting each student. Spanish vocabulary is taught before the read aloud. The storybook "How to Dress a Dragon" is written in English, but as much Spanish is added as possible. Students then...
This class is designed to immerse the learner in Spanish in a task-focused environment. Learners will almost certainly learn a few new Spanish words, enjoy listening to the story, and have making the craft. This class could be used to expand the vocabulary of a current Spanish language student or be used to introduce a student to the Spanish language for the first time.
RaShae Smith is a Texas certified educator in Spanish, art, and EC-6 with a bachelor's degree from Lubbock Christian University. She taught Spanish to young children at her in home preschool Libelula Spanish School for 5 years before moving to the online platform of Outschool. As a non-native speaker, she demonstrates to all of her students that Spanish classes work and anyone can learn a second language! She is raising her own 3 children to be bilingual and hopes they love Spanish as much as she does.
None, but it may be necessary for a learner to complete his or her craft outside of class time due to the time restraints of the class. If that is the case, posting the final result of his or her craft onto Outschool is encouraged!
Learners will need the following supplies to complete their craft: How to Dress a Dragon Craft Printouts (two pages) crayons, markers, or colored pencils scissors glue stick
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Scissors and glue are required to complete certain crafts. Parent supervision recommended.
How to Dress a Dragon is by Thelma Lynne Godin. Students do NOT need a copy to attend the class.
Libélula Spanish School Owner and Texas-Certified Spanish Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
9 total reviews
16 completed classes
RaShae Smith has been teaching Spanish to young children since 2016 through her school Libélula Spanish School. In 2020 she joined Outschool to offer distance learners access to the same kinds of Spanish lessons she teaches to her in person...