Spanish Time Vocabulary Teacher Resources
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Heart and Lungs
With a partner, youngsters measure their pulse and breathing rates, both at rest and after running in place for a minute. While this activity is not novel, the lesson plan includes a large-scale classroom graphing activity and other resources that bring in an interdisciplinary aspect.
K - 6th Science
For this daily routines worksheet, students examine 7 clocks. Next to each clock there is a phrase about what will happen at that time of day, such as "have dinner." Students apparently write the time and activity in a sentence. Note: The directions are in Spanish and English.
4th - 5th English Language Arts
Pre-Assessment Activity: What Do You Know About Microbes?
In an introductory instructional activity, youngsters take a pre-assessment quiz, get a grasp of a gram of mass, and then estimate the mass of microorganisms that live within a human body. Using Glo Germ™, a material that allows you to simulate the passing of germs by hands, mini microbiologists get an ultraviolet view of the importance of hand washing.
5th - 8th Science
Number Recognition Games
Students explore number sense by participating in a math recognition activity. For this number identification lesson, students practice pronouncing names of numbers and matching the number with an amount of objects. Students practice identifying times and numbers on the face of a clock.
Pre-K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts
New Review 100 People: Global Issues Through Our Lens
If the world were 100 people...17 would not have access to safe drinking water, 18 would not be able to read or write, and 52 would not have a primary education. Using the theme of "100 people," this resource explores other major issues facing the world today by integrating current events into general curriculum.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Lesson Three: Prepositions
Learning prepositions can be tricky in any language, and English is no exception! Try out the activities described here to help your English language learners grasp the difference between in and on and through and by. After a game of vocabulary charades, class members review prepositions, practice them in a song, and apply this practice for a game of adapted Uno.
9th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Discovering Our North American Neighbors
Students use simple Spanish vocabulary to express ideas found in the research lesson of North America. The differences in the cultures is explored. The lesson contains questions to guide the research or they can be used for small group interactions.
4th - 5th Languages
Our Family and Age
Start by playing a song about numbers. "Sing, Dance, Laugh, and Eat Quiche" is suggested. Then, start counting things around the room. Introduce yourself, and have kids start to introduce themselves when they catch on to the vocabulary. You can even write the vocabulary on the board to assist your shy or uncomfortable learners.
6th - 7th Languages
¿Qué Hora Es?
What time is it? Eight pages of activities will help your beginning Spanish speakers master telling time in Spanish. Learners use pictures of clocks to write the time, translate time from Spanish into English, and identify a time (from three options) that an activity (like getting out of bed) is most likely to happen.
7th - 9th Languages
Juan BoBo Sends the Pig to Mass
Second graders explore the Puerto Rican culture. In this cultural exploration lesson, 2nd graders discover the culture of Puerto Rico. Students read Puerto Rican folktales and make food. After reading the folktales, students summarize and answer comprehension questions.
2nd English Language Arts