Español con Profe Peterson
School families of students in grades K-2 will be able to find any vocab/homework listed here:
School families of students in grades 3-8, you will find our updated homework assignments below via “Google Classroom”: **Please logon to “Google Classroom” using your child’s Holy Cross email address.**
Grade 3-5 Prayer for Third Trimester : Gloria
Homework for Grade 3 https://classroom.google.com/c/NzE4Nzg1ODI2M1pa code: b7n2fy
Family and their birthdays
Numbers, months, dates all help tell about important dates in our family.
Homework for Grade 4 https://classroom.google.com/c/NjI2MjQ3NDM2M1pa code: gjugxox
Students are using their knowledge of talking about what they are looking at the difference between buying and bargaining – a common custom in many Spanish speaking markets.
Homework for Grade 5 https://classroom.google.com/c/MjA4NjA4NTAzMlpa code: ujpdwi
¿Qué hora es? – What time is it? We are learning how to tell time using the Spanish language.
Homework for Grade 6 https://classroom.google.com/c/NjkzNTMyNzJa code: 0762yp4
We are looking at our daily school schedules and talking about which classes we have at what times. We are combining that with the present tense verbs for verbs that end in “AR”.
Students are creating their own “Graphic Novel” mini strip using StoryBoard That.
Yo estudio en la escuela a las ocho de la mañana.
Homework for Grade 7 https://classroom.google.com/c/MjA4NjExNDI0OVpa code: ekdczwv
La Ropa – what do you wear? Where do you buy it and how does it look/fit?
Homework for Grade 8 https://classroom.google.com/c/NzQwNTkwNTIwOFpa code: aghzwg
Calling all architects!!!
Students are designing their own home with a digitally based program that allows them to add details to each room and insert design flair with housewares and accessories. Students are describing what is in each room and what they do in the home.
Students just returned from a field trip the Neville Public Museum to explore the Estamos Aquí exhibit that highlights the many Latinos and Hispanics that are making Northeastern Wisconsin what it is today. We concluded our trip with lunch at El Sarape. ¡Qué divertido!
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