Request your FREE PowerPoint: Practise using the Spanish verb ‘tener’

This FREE PowerPoint introducing our new Learn Spanish with Luis y Sofía resource is a sentence builder activity to practise the Spanish verb ‘tener’. You can request your copy here.

Learn Spanish with Luis y Sofía, 1a Parte (Part 1) for Years 3–4, a Story-based Scheme for Teaching Spanish at KS2, contains:

  • 1 copy each of the 14 storybooks written entirely in Spanish using simple sentences and introducing key vocabulary and language structures
  1. Buenos días
  2. Me llamo Sofía
  3. ¿Cuántas galletas?
  4. Tengo seis años
  5. Tengo un hermano
  6. Muchos caramelos
  7. Un caramelo rojo
  8. Tengo un gato
  9. A Luis le encantan las serpientes
  10. El domingo es mi cumpleaños
  11. Treinta y un invitados
  12. ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?
  13. Me duele
  14. ¿Dónde está mi estuche?
  • Audio-enhanced e-book versions of all the stories acted out by native Spanish speakers bringing the stories to life when shared with the class using an interactive whiteboard, read individually or in small groups.
  • Vocabulary and sentence building activities for use on an IWB enable students to try out the language structures introduced in the stories
  • Audio CD of stories acted out by native Spanish speakers, along with the vocabulary introduced and listening exercises to aid correct pronunciation
  • A comprehensive, easy-to-use teacherʼs guide containing lesson plans based on the stories with ideas for developing all four language learning skills – reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Translations, vocabulary lists and grammar boxes are included to support the non-specialist.
  1.  For more information, simply visit http://www.brilliantpublications.co.uk/book/learn-spanish-with-luis-y-sofia-1a-parte-starter-pack-years-34-758
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