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The Ghost with the One Black Eye /Le Fantôme Avec un Oeil au Beurre Noir | A World of Stories

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Storyteller Priscilla Howe tells a funny/scary campfire tale about a baby who wants her apple juice. One at a time, the family goes down to the cellar to get the juice, only to be confronted by a ghost. The story is available in English and French.

 

Head, Waist, Knees, and Feet/Cabeza, cintura, rodillas y pies | A World of Stories

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In this Spanish version of “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes,” students learn the Spanish words for head, waist, knees, feet, face, eyes, nose, and mouth. Story told in Spanish and English.

This resource is part of the KET A World of Stories and Exploraciones collections.

 

Germ vs. Doctor: Washing Your Hands After Using the Bathroom | Microbe vs docteur

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Two commentators, a germ and a doctor, observe Christopher´s hygiene. Christopher has forgotten to wash his hands after using the bathroom! This video is brought to you by Mini TFO.

Germ vs. Doctor: Biting Your Nails | Microbe vs docteur

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Two commentators, a germ and a doctor, observe Christopher´s hygiene. Christopher bites his nails! This video is brought to you by Mini TFO.

Germ vs. Doctor: Blowing Your Nose | Microbe vs docteur

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Two commentators, a germ and a doctor, observe Christopher´s hygiene. Christopher blows his nose and lets tissues pile up all around him! This video is brought to you by Mini TFO.

Spanish Action Verbs

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In this Kindergarten through 5th grade interactive video, students learn about Spanish action verbs while exercising! Using their cognitive skills, students listen as the Spanish teacher calls out an action verb in Spanish and then the classroom teacher says the same verb in English. Students listen closely to both and then perform the physical task, using their psychomotor skills, to do things like dance and hop. 

Mandarin Movement

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In this Kindergarten through 5th grade activity, language and movement unite. There are two teachers who will read a command, once in Mandarin and once in English. The students listen to both languages and then perform what the command is. Students are asked to complete things such as sit down, stand up, stop and swim. This activity is great for working on psychomotor and cognitive skills.

Un plato saludable

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In this Spanish stop animation students will learn about healthy food choices, portions and how to make a balanced meal using the USDA My Plate model.

Sign Language Alphabet | Full-Time Kid

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Sign language is a great skill to learn, and we're here to teach you all the basics. Signing the alphabet is really simple, but with practice, it'll let you sign anything!

¡Arte y más! Lesson 4

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Señora Alicia introduces the concept of counting from one to three (unodostres). In a movement section, she reviews previous commands and introduces the terms salta (jump) and paso (step). Susana and Señora Alicia review the word verde (green) and introduce the word rojo (red).

¡Arte y más! Lesson 42

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Together we sing the “Hola” song, and then Sra. Alicia and Susana greet each other and sing the first verse and introduce the second verse of “Líneas,” which the students echo. Sra. Alicia introduces the Joan Miró painting “Lección de esquí” (“Ski Lesson”). She asks students to look for different types of lines in the painting and introduces the concept of shapes. As she points at a shape, she explains that a shape is the space enclosed by lines. We are further introduced to shapes by examining el cuadrado (the square) and el triángulo (the triangle). Finally, to review numbers, shapes, and sizes, Sra. Alicia sorts triangles and squares. The students are invited to count the large and small shapes. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 60

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After the ”Hola” song, Sra. Alicia and Susan greet each other and Ricitos de Oro. Susana asks Ricitos de Oro to sing her song. They invite students to listen while she sings. Sra. Alicia then invites students to play Veo, veo. ¿Qué veo? They review the sizes small, medium, and large by comparing chair sizes, bowl sizes, and bed sizes. Students join with Sra. Alicia in a counting activity, review numbers up to 20 by counting 19 bears and Ricitos de Oro (19+1=20). At the end if the lesson Sra. Alicia retells the story “Ricitos de Oro y Los Tres Osos” using simple sentences and hand movements. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 56

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After the ”Hola” song, Sra. Alicia and Susan greet each other and reread the first half of the story of Ricitos de Oro y Los Tres Osos, illustrated by Missy Miller, then continue reading until the end. Of the book. Sra. Alicia reviews the events of the story to introduce the terms primero (first), después (after), luego (later, then), and final (at the end). We then join in a counting activity, counting 19 bears and introducing the number diecinueve (nineteen), Sra. Alicia invites students to count with her. At the end of the lesson Sra. Alicia walks like the three bears: papa, mama, and osito. She invites students to mimic her steps. Students are then invited to probar (try) with her the soup bowls of each bear. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

¿Dónde está Magdalena?

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This Spanish animation takes children on a hunt through the backyard to find Magdalena, a missing cat. Students will need to use their knowledge about counting by ones and twos, sorting by color, and patterns to reunite Magdalena with her owner in time for dinner.

¡Arte y más! Lesson 57

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The lesson opens with the ”Hola” song. Then, Ricitos de Oro visits the set and sings a song that tells the story of the three bears. Sra. Alicia and Ricitos de Oro introduce the personajes (characters) of the story. They also introduce the color rosado (pink). Students then participate in the color movement activity. In addition to doing the movements for the colors red, green, purple, orange, black, white, blue, and yellow, Sra. Alicia adds movements for brown and pink. At the end of the lesson Sra. Alicia shows the students Ricitos de Oro’s pink bows. To review the number diecinueve (nineteen) she invites students to count pink bows. The lesson closes with the “Adios” song.

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