Remember “Te gusta” means “I like”, “no me gusta” means “I don’t like” and finally “Odio” means “I hate”. At this stage I am not going to help you with some vocabilary and a couple of missing words fro the first activity. Let´s see if you can remember and if you can’t you can either ask a member of your familiy or type the word in Spanish and check it using Google.
The past is a topic that children will look in deep in year 7 therefore it is good if you can introduce the past to them. We have done some power points presentations with some groups and some work as well. I have chosen some of that work so you can have a look.
Really hard for English people this topic as we all know if you study or Know Spanish THE means “LA” and “EL” It is better to practise this as soon as you can then is getting less difficult later on to understand if a name is masculine or femenine.
Children in Year 5 they are producing great Spanish work. I have scanned a few copies so you can see it.
The chosen topic where the planets, they love it and children can challange any teacher in that topic. So, if you are a Spanish teacher and you decide to do this in any of your lessons make sure you check your planets.