Some of the kids favorite activities for the week were to make their own bingo cards as well as playing "indoor basketball" as a team, where I'd ask them a vocabulary word and if they guessed right, they could shoot a paper ball into a trashcan for tickets!
For our end of the year presentation, the kids decided to do the play: "Three Little Pigs." They also had the opportunity to get involved on all aspects of their end of the year presentation, from making their costumes to making their own props.
|The kids working on their houses (in this picture, the stick house and the brick house)|
For our last week together, the class focused on reviewing different materials from animals, to food, to feelings and emotions and more!
Overall it was a great pleasure to work with the kids and help them become more familiar with the Spanish language. It was wonderful to see how much they grew throughout the weeks, it was truly a memorable experience for me.
If you are interested in practicing some vocabulary with your kid at home, I highly suggest to look over their folders and the work they did throughout the semester. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me.