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¡Arte y más! Lesson 20

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After the “Hola” song, Srs. Alicia and Susana use the caja mágica (magic box) to review grande (big) and pequeño (small). Then, students see a performance of “La raspa,” a traditional Mexican dance, performed by students at Northern Elementary in Fayette County. Sra. Alicia conducts a vocabulary review of el libro grande (the big book), el libro pequeño (the small book), el lápiz grande (the big pencil), el lápiz pequeño (the small pencil), la mesa grande (the big table), la mesa pequeña (the small table), la silla grande (the big chair) la silla pequeña (the small chair), la flor grande (the big flower), la flor pequeña (the small flower), el tren grande (the big train), and el tren pequeño (the small train). The video closes with the “Adiós” song.

Old Man Juan Had a Farm/Viejo Juan tenía una granja | a World of Stories

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Listen for different animal sounds in this Spanish version of “Old McDonald Had a Farm.” The nursery rhyme is available in English and Spanish. 

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

The Mitten/La Moufle | A World of Stories

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Storyteller Priscilla Howe tells a story about how a mitten dropped in the snow becomes a temporary home to several animals. The story is available in English and French.

 

L'Arc en Ciel/The Rainbow | Everyday Learning

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Students are introduced to traditional folk music in this animation of the French song, “L'Arc en Ciel” which means "the Rainbow." Students learn the colors of the rainbow in French while following the adventures of a singing bumblebee.

Ten Little Chicks/Diez pollitos | A World of Stories

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Count chicks in this fun game. Song avavilable in Spanish and English. 

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

 

The Butterfly/La Mariposa | A World of Stories

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This Mexican folktale that explains why butterflies do not live in houses and why they migrate. Story told in Spanish and English.

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

¡Arte y más! Lesson 9

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After a greeting and the “Hola” song, Susana and Sra. Alicia have a dialogue to model the numbers cuatro (four), cinco (five), and seis (six). A new movement activity is used to create a simple dance sequence: baila arriba, baila abajo, a la derecha, a la izquierda, da la vuelta (dance up, dance down, to the right, to the left, turn around.) Sra. Alicia reads the chant “El gato” (the cat) and invites students to participate. Students review numbers by counting flowers before the closing “Adiós” song.

1, 2, 3, ¡Chocolate! | A World of Stories

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Sing, count along, and use hand motions for the traditional Mexican whisk, called a molinillo, which is used to make hot chocolate.

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

 

The Little Red Hen/La Gallinita Roja | A World of Stories

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In this Mexican version of a familiar folktale, the hen makes corn tortillas instead of wheat bread. 

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

Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos | Everyday Learning

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Students attend a celebration for the Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday. The holiday celebrates the lives of friends and family members that have died.

Danser Comme un Pingouin | Découverte

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This French animation explores beats and rhythm as six different animals, including a shuffling penguin, move to their own slow, medium, and fast songs.

Mr. Wiggle and Mr. Waggle/Monsieur Wiggle et Monsieur Waggle | A World of Stories

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Storyteller Priscilla Howe performs a fingerplay story, using her thumbs as the main characters. The simple story about two best friends draws on rhythm, repetition, and movement. The story is available in English and French.

 

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.

 

Story and a Song/Historia y una canción | A World of Stories

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A song and a story take revenge when the woman in this folktale no longer shares them. By transforming into men’s clothing, the song and story make her jealous husband angry until he listens to the truth. Story told in Spanish and English.

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