Spanish Speaking Weekend Groups Homework

 
 Summer 2022
Spanish speaking 2 hour weekend primary groups homework
THIS PAGE IS UPDATED BY THE END OF DAY EACH SUNDAY
All groups please return your reading books and completed comprehension sheets each week (reading books are recycled, used by other children).  Note, if you feel that your child should be given a different level reading book please drop me an email and we will arrange.
 
As well as reading and completing the worksheets please have your child complete the homework below each week (this page is update by the end of each Sunday):
Dates for your diary: Saturday 16th July and Sunday 17th July 2022
Parents will be invited into the classroom for part of the lessons
in order to get a feel of what goes on in class.

Saturday 10am-12pm Primary group

7 May

  • pg 16 ex. 30 and 31 

14 May

  • pg 18 ex. 35 and 36

21 May

  • pg 21 ex. 40 and 41

28 May

Pg 23 ex 46 pg 24 ex 47

11 June

Pg 27 ex 54 and 55

18 June

Pg 30 (all)

25 June

Pg 31 ex 6

Pg 32 ex 7 and 9

2 July

Pg 33 ex 12

Pg 34 all

9 July

Pg 35 all. Pg 36 ex 17 and 18

16 July

Pg 39 ex 24 and 25

23 July

Pg 40 and 41 in full

Sunday 10am - 12pm Green Amigos 1 book Primary group year 1/2

8 May

  • pg. 46 - ALL (the first two exercises on this page were the homework from the week before but a few parents were unclear on what the homework was so if you did not complete last week you can complete this week)

  • pg. 47 - exercise 2.

15 May

  • Complete the below handout which was also handed out in class.

22 May

  • Page 52 ex. 7 and page 54 ex. 1

29 May

Pg 47 ex. 1 and pg 50 ex. 3

12 June

Pg 56 ex. 5 and pg.63 ex. 7

19 June

Pg. 58 ex. 6, pg. 61 ex. 2, pg. 62 ex. 4

26 June

In class the children played competitions in two teams with children of different levels in each group so that everyone had support. The activities related to the summer holidays - a comprehension activity and a filling in the missing verb conjugations worksheet.

The documents worked on during class are attached - the children completed in two groups for prizes - attached here if you wish to review with your child at home.

The HOMEWORK is for each student to write a text about their plans for the summer holidays.

Documents worked on in two teams in class:

A document your child can refer to to help them speak about the upcoming summer holidays.

Note: if your child is missing reading books - someone left Me encanta la tierra and Quien corre mas rapido in the classroom (below FYI)

3 July

Pg. 63 ex. 7 and 8.

9 July

In class the children reviewed reflexive verbs related to routine and two groups competed against each other to write the most interesting routine in first person (and preterito indefinido to suit the level of some of the children) using as many verbs as they could think to describe their daily routine. One child of each group presented their final routine text. Over the summer holidays the homework will be for children to keep a record when possible of their daily routine using full sentences to keep practising reflexive verbs related to routine.

Homework is

Pg. 64 all

Optional homework focused on routine - to write sentences related to the images below that form part of your daily routine. More work on routine next week.

 

17 July

The children started by completing the first attachment below and then went on to play BINGO games related to the routine topic, creating their own routine picture and text with the teacher reading out at the end of the class the individual routines to see if the children could guess which routine belonged to each child.

This younger group went on to read and answer questions relating to children's routines.  Over the summer we would like the children to keep reviewing and practising the communication related to their routine so all of this is a good foundation for them.

24 July

Over the summer holidays please write down your daily routine on a few different days and see how interesting you can make it sound using lots of description. Here is a cheat sheet to help you get started. Those feeling really confident can write about what they did yesterday with indefinido.

 

Sunday 10am-12pm Yellow Amigos 2 book Primary group

8 May

  •   Homework from this and last week combined has been to complete in full three pages: pgs 58, 59, 60.

15 May

  • Page 63 - all.

Leave the uncompleted pages before which are not yet completed to be explained and completed in class.

22 May

  • Page 61 ex. 2 and 62 ex.3

29 May

Pg 66.  Extension: write more sentences following this model about rooms in your house describing what things are in the rooms.

12 June

Page 68, all 

19 June

page 70, all

26 June

In class the children played competitions in two teams with children of different levels in each group so that everyone had support. The activities related to the summer holidays - a comprehension activity and a filling in the missing verb conjugations worksheet.

The documents worked on during class are attached - the children completed in two groups for prizes - attached here if you wish to review with your child at home.

The HOMEWORK is for each student to write a text about their plans for the summer holidays.

3 July

Pg. 73 all.

9 July

In class the children reviewed reflexive verbs related to routine and two groups competed against each other to write the most interesting routine in first person (and preterito indefinido to suit the level of some of the children) using as many verbs as they could think to describe their daily routine. One child of each group presented their final routine text. Over the summer holidays the homework will be for children to keep a record when possible of their daily routine using full sentences to keep practising reflexive verbs related to routine - for this older group the children will be given help sheets to help them keep a record in preterito indefinido as well as present tense.

Pg. 74 all and pg. 76 all

Optional homework focused on routine - to write sentences related to the images below that form part of your daily routine. More work on routine next week.

17 July

The children started by completing the first attachment below and then went on to play BINGO games related to the routine topic, creating their own routine picture and text with the teacher reading out at the end of the class the individual routines to see if the children could guess which routine belonged to each child.

This older group went on to review pretérito indefinido to recall how they would talk about their routine yesterday, completing the missing blank verbs in a person's routine diary and reading and answering questions on a comprehension text.  Over the summer we would like the children to keep reviewing and practising the communication related to their routine so all of this is a good foundation for them.

 

 

 

 

Reviewed and completed in class:

24 July

Over the summer holidays please write down your daily routine on a few different days and see how interesting you can make it sound using lots of description. Here is a cheat sheet to help you get started. Those feeling really confident can write about what they did yesterday with indefinido.