The enthusiasm and excitement surrounding the Olympics makes it an ideal topic for teaching Spanish.
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Help children to appreciate cultural diversity by comparing how Mother’s Day is celebrated in Spain with how we celebrate it in England. In Spain, Mother’s Day takes place on the first Sunday in May, rather than in March. They celebrate it in much same way as we do, with cards and presents.
Can your pupils design ‘una caza del huevo de Pascua’ – an Easter Egg Hunt game? Challenge them to play the game they design but only to speak Spanish.
Here is a Spanish Valentine’s Day poem:
Nunca digas nunca
Tampoco digas siempre
Pero dime que me amas
Como nunca y para siempre.
(Never say never, Never say forever, But tell me you love me, For forever.)
How do you break the ice and start getting your children to speak to each other in a different language? Try this game …
Are your children aware that by the time they come back to school in January, children in Spain will still not have had their presents?