Numbers: Review counting with your students by saying: Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco. Vamos a contar. Uno, dos, tres, . . . Let the class practice counting to veinte (twenty) as you show the cards. 11-once, 12-doce, 13-trece, 14-catorce, 15-quince, 16-diez y seis, 17-diez y siete, 18-diez y ocho, 19-diez y nueve, 20-veinte

Cut out number flashcards – First cut down center line. Fold down center line (between words and numbers).  Glue on inside blank side.  Cut out cards.  Place in baggie

TPR Hold Up Activity   Have students cut up flashcards and place in a baggie. Each student has in front of him numbers. Student touches number or holds up number named by the teacher.

Bingo.   Students randomly place flashcards on the Bingo Board.  Teacher calls vocabulary words and students place a marker on the correct word.  Student might come up and select a number, calling out the word in Spanish to the class (without showing the number to the class)

TPR Partner Activity   Each student has in front of him or her numbers. Student tells partner what she or he has. (can be a card game)

Go Fish Card Game    Each student has his or her own set of numbers. The student sets are combined to form a set/deck of numbers. Students then play Go Fish.

Seven – Up  Seven students go the front of the class, each holding up a different number ( 11-17).  The remaining students put their heads down, thumbs up.  Each student with a NUMBER puts down another student’s thumb.  The teacher calls Siete Arriba (7 Up) and the 7 students get up and try to guess the number of the child that selected him/her.,¿Es once, doce, trece, catorce, quince, diez y seis, diez y siete?  Lead students respond with Sí, No

Matemáticas.  Have students count by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s.  Work with a partner, taking turns saying the numbers in sequence.

La Familia

Transcript for República Dominicana. (From  Video 31)
¡Hola!                                        Hello!
Me llamo Elizabeth.                 My name is Elizabeth.
Tengo diez años.                       I am ten years old.
Vivo en la República Dominicana.    I live in the Dominican
Republic.
Nos vamos a la playa.              We are going to the beach.
Ésta es mi familia.                     This is my family.
mi mamá,                                     my mom,
mi hermana Isabel,                     my sister Isabel,
mi hermana Katie,                       my sister Katie,
y mi hermano Luis Miguel.         and my brother Luis
Miguel.
Ésta es mi Tía María Luisa.     This is my aunt Maria Luisa.
Me gusta mucho la playa.         I like the beach very much.
¡Hasta luego!

Label names of family members and paste a picture or draw a picture in each box (see worksheet).
Mi mamá se llama (yama) ___________
My mom’s name is _______________.

Feelings
Draw a picture for each feeling:
alegre – happy          enojado ( j sounds like an h) = angry boy