Salsa Video Lessons-Grade K
7 Caperucita Roja
8 Little Red Riding Hood
Synopsis - In a twist on the traditional fairy tale, the wolf (el lobo) meets Little Red Riding Hood (Caperucita Roja) in the woods. Seeing that she is taking many treats to her grandmother, the wolf decides to steal them. He takes Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother prisoner, but his plot is foiled when Salsa (the Iguana) tells a policeman what has happened and the policeman rescues them!
Me gusta. (I like.. or I like it.) La abuela (grandmother)
El lobo (wolf)
Synopsis - The Wolf, in a series of desperate ploys to get goodies from Grandmother and Little Red Riding Hood, puts on a series of disguises. Pretending to be a chocolate salesman, a singer and a maid, he is unsuccessful. Finally, Little Red Riding Hood and Grandmother take pity on him and give him a banana and some flowers. Unfortunately, he is allergic to the flowers…
Por favor (please) Los ojos (The eyes)
Perro (Dog); Caperucita Roja (Little Red Riding
Hood played by Niña) Abuela (Grandmother played by Mamá Osa); El Lobo (Wolf); Armadillo
Salsa Video Lessons - Grade K
Episode 9 - Manners
Synopsis: Still determined to get some goodies, the wolf returns disguised as an old man. Even though they recognize him, Little Red Riding Hood and Grandmother take pity on the wolf and let him in so they can teach him to say “please” and “thank you.” Finally allowed to eat, the wolf eats everything he can. In the end, sick from overeating, he is carried away on a stretcher.
• Las manos (hands) • Si (yes) • • No (no)
• Por favor (Please) • Gracias (Thank you)
Click here for the SALSA Epiosode 9 Video Transcript.
Episode 10 - Gutbusters
Synopsis: Seeing how much weight the wolf has gained, Grandmother decides to put him on a diet and exercise plan. He complains loudly about having to run (his feet hurt and he gets tired) and he resents having less to eat than Little Red Riding Hood. Finally, Grandmother gets him involved in weight lifting and even her aerobics class.
• La cabeza (head) • La nariz (nose)
Perro (Dog); Caperucita Roja (Little Red Riding Hood played by Niña);
Abuela (Grandmother played by Mamá Osa); El Lobo (Wolf); Armadillo
Salsa Video Lessons - Grade K
Little Blue Riding Hood (11)
The Wolf's Share (12)
Episode 11 – Little Blue Riding Hood
Ratoncito and Bebé Oso decide to make up their own version of Little Red Riding Hood. In their version, Caperacita Azul (Little Blue Riding Hood) is skipping through the forest with her puppy and a basket with a hamburger and fries. The wolf, seeing what she has, goes ahead of her and ties up Grandmother. Meanwhile, Little Blue Riding Hood encounters some bees, who eventually chase everyone back to the playroom..
• Las dientes (teeth) • Los ojos (eyes)
• La nariz (nose) • Me gusta (I like it)
Episode 12 – The Wolf's Share
Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf become friends. Grandmother sends Little Red Riding Hood home with a basket of goodies. Because they have learned to share as friends, when Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf meet in the woods, they trade goodies. Then, realizing what good friends they have become, they break into song.
• los amigos (friends) • las papas fritas (French fries)
Perro (Dog); Caperucita Roja (Little Red Riding Hood);
Abuela (Grandmother); El Lobo (Wolf); Armadillo
Point-to ActivityTeacher has large pictures or representations of objects in the vocabulary.
Teacher selects three (or more) of the pictures, places them in different parts of the room. The students point to the picture that corresponds to the word the teacher says.
TPR Hold Up ActivityHave students cut up flashcards and place in a baggie. Each student has in front of him or her pictures or representations of objects in the vocabulary. Student touches object or holds up object named by the teacher.
Coloring - Have students color black line masters
BingoStudents 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 picture, calling out the word in Spanish to the class (without showing the picture to the class)
TPR Partner ActivityEach student has in front of him or her pictures or representations of objects in the vocabulary. 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 pictures or representations of objects in the vocabulary. The student sets are combined to form a set/deck of images. Students then play Go Fish.
Seven – Up Seven students go the front of the class, each holding up a picture of one of the vocabulary words. The remaining students put their heads down, thumbs up. Each student with a picture puts down another student's thumb. The teacher calls Siete Arriba (7 Up) and the 7 students get up and try to guess the name of the picture that selected them, , ,¿Es el lobo?.. la abuela, el bebé??? Lead students respond with Sí, No
El Cuerpo– prepare and read the body book with a friend.
Last Modified on September 26, 2011