Spanish I

Spanish I

Foreign Language is not mandatory in New York as a homeschooler but many families add in language because it boosts vocabulary, helps to get a job and colleges require a foreign language course. Since Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world, why not check out what your child should be learning. There are programs you can use like Duolingo, Muzzy, Little Pim for the little ones. You can also switch tv shows and movies into another language and put subtitles on.

Vocabulary

The Spanish alphabet

Numbers 0‑10

Numbers 11‑20

Numbers 21‑31

Days of the week

Months of the year

Provide the date

Weather and seasons

Recognize Spanish‑speaking countries: North and Central America, Europe, and Africa

Name Spanish‑speaking countries: North and Central America, Europe, and Africa

Recognize Spanish‑speaking countries: South America

Name Spanish‑speaking countries: South America

In context

Greeting people and saying goodbye

How are you doing?

Introductions

Listen and fill in a form with personal information: letters and numbers

Listen and choose the appropriate response to basic questions

What is the conversation about?

¿Cómo somos?

Vocabulary

Recognize nouns to identify people

Provide nouns to identify people

Recognize adjectives that describe appearance

Provide adjectives that describe appearance

Recognize adjectives that describe personalities

Provide adjectives that describe personalities

Grammar

Subject pronouns

Informal and formal language: and usted

Informal and formal language: greetings and introductions

Select the correct present‑tense form of ser

Provide the correct present‑tense form of ser

Basics of gender and noun‑adjective agreement: singular forms

Basics of number and forming the plural

Categorize words based on gender and number

In context

Listen and identify the person from the description

Listen to people describe themselves and others

Read about famous people from the Spanish‑speaking world

En clase

Vocabulary

Telling time: provide hours and minutes

Telling time: provide complete sentences

Recognize school subjects

Name school subjects

Recognize school supplies

Name school supplies

Recognize ‑ar verbs related to school

Provide ‑ar verbs related to school

Schedules with ordinal numbers and times

Common adjectives

Common ‑ar verbs

Grammar

Definite and indefinite articles

Gender and number agreement: articles, adjectives, and nouns

Select the correct present‑tense form of regular ‑ar verbs

Provide the correct present‑tense form of regular ‑ar verbs

Sentence structure in affirmative and negative sentences

In context

Listen and recognize classes and school supplies

Listen to people talk about the school day

Read materials related to school and student life

Choose the correct form to describe an image

Use ‑ar verbs in conversations about classes and school supplies

En la escuela

Vocabulary

Recognize things in the classroom

Name things in the classroom

Recognize places in school

Name places in school

Prepositions of place

Recognize question words: set 1

Provide question words: set 1

Common adverbs

Grammar

Select the correct present‑tense form of estar

Provide the correct present‑tense form of estar

Select the correct present‑tense form of ir

Provide the correct present‑tense form of ir

The prepositions a and de and the contractions al and del

In context

Listen to questions about student life and choose the appropriate response

Listen to people talk about their school and everything in it

Read about schools and education in the Spanish‑speaking world

Describe scenes from around school

What’s happening at school?

Complete conversations about student life

La familia

Vocabulary

Recognize immediate family members and pets

Name immediate family members and pets

Recognize extended family members

Name extended family members

Adjectives for feelings or states of being: recognize the correct word

Adjectives for feelings or states of being: provide the correct word

Recognize numbers: 30‑100

Provide numbers: 30‑100

Common ‑er and ‑ir verbs

Cognates and parts of speech

Common prepositions: a, con, de, en, para

Grammar

Select the correct possessive adjective

Provide the correct possessive adjective

Present tense of tener: recognize the correct form

Present tense of tener: provide the correct form

Select the correct present‑tense form of regular ‑er/‑ir verbs

Provide the correct present‑tense form of regular ‑er/‑ir verbs

In context

Listen and match the statement to the image

Listen to people talk about their families

Read about families from the Spanish‑speaking world

Complete a letter to a pen pal

Write sentences about yourself, your family, or people you know

La comida

Vocabulary

Recognize meals and types of food

Name meals and types of food

Recognize food items

Name food items

Recognize drinks

Name drinks

Recognize fruits and vegetables

Name fruits and vegetables

Verbs for talking about food, eating, and drinking

Recognize question words: set 2

Provide question words: set 2

Common stem-changing verbs: e to ie

Time expressions to talk about frequency

Grammar

Select the correct present-tense form of ver

Provide the correct present-tense form of ver

Present tense of stem‑changing verbs: e to ie

Acabar de + infinitive

In context

Listen to statements about actions and habits related to food

Listen to people talk about their favorite foods and drinks

Read about typical meals and foods from the Spanish‑speaking world

Ask questions related to plans and preferences

El tiempo libre

Vocabulary

Recognize day‑to‑day activities

Name day‑to‑day activities

Recognize pastimes and hobbies

Name pastimes and hobbies

Recognize sports

Name sports

Recognize people, places, and things associated with sports

Name people, places, and things associated with sports

Question words: review

Common stem‑changing verbs: o to ue and jugar

Time expressions to talk about the present and the future

Grammar

Recognize the correct form of gustar + infinitive

Provide the correct form of gustar + infinitive

Present tense of stem‑changing verbs: o to ue and jugar

Ir a + infinitive to talk about the future

Select the use of tener or tener que

Provide the correct form of tener or tener que

In context

Listen to conversations about making plans

Listen to people talk about sports, hobbies, and free time

Read street interviews about plans, habits, and free time

Respond to plans and invitations by giving reasons and excuses

Write sentences that are true for you about sports, hobbies, and free time

I'm the mom to Matthew, which we run and own Matthew's Kitchen. I'm 27 and studying to be a pastry chef. I love to cook and bake but my passion is in the pastry arts. Matthew is a 5 year old who began cooking when he was 1. Through the years he has not only gained valuable skills but has grown his palette. Together we want to share our passion for food with you and your family
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