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Episode 119: The Little Red Hen | Salsa

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Little Red Riding Hood (Caperucita Roja, played by Niña) meets the Wolf (el Lobo) on the way to Grandmother's (la Abuela) house. After seeing that she is bearing many treats, the Wolf hatches a plan to steal them that leads to taking both Little Red Riding Hood and Grandmother prisoner. Lucky for them, Salsa witnesses everything and tells a policeman, who saves the day. 

Words: el gato, cansado/cansada (cat, tired)

Episode 112: The Wolf's Share | Salsa

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Little Red Riding Hood (Caperucita Roja, played by Niña) and the Wolf (el Lobo) become friends by learning to share and solve problems together. Grandmother (la Abuela) has prepared a basket of goodies to send along with Little Red Riding Hood on her way home. Along the way she meets the Wolf, who also has food. Because they both want what the other has, they decide to negotiate a fair trade of food items. Sharing makes them realize they are actually friends and inspires them both to break into song. 

Words: los amigos, las papas fritas (friends, french fries)

Los Elefantes | StoryBlocks

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La investigación muestra los bebés pueden reconocer que las palabras mucho antes de que puedan hablar. El uso de rimas hace que sea fácil de recordar palabras nuevas se introducen y presente . Estas rimas juguetonas repetición ayuda a que sus conexiones cerebrales del bebé's para crecer .

Episode 121 | Salsa

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In this Salsa 121 media gallery, host Lyn May introduces the episode and outlines core instructional objectives, vocabulary, and pronunciation. 

Episode description: Mama Bear (Mamá Osa) is restored to her role as the Little Red Hen (la Gallinita Roja), but this time she decides to make apple empanadas. Discovering she only has one of the nine apples she will need, she calls on her friends to help out. The Female Cat (la Gatita), Little Rat (Ratoncito) and the Wolf (el Lobo) all have a difficult time bringing home the correct fruit from the stand. Because no one brings back apples, the characters decide to eat fruit instead. 

Words: ocho, nueve (eight, nine)

Supplemental Spanish Grades 3-5 | Opinions - Topic - Historical | Pronunciation Video

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Watch a video to help you pronounce Spanish words and expressions about historical topics. To launch the video, click the "Video 3" image.

Supplemental Spanish Grades 3-5 | Verb Conjugation | Pronunciation Video

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Watch a video to help you pronounce Spanish words related to verb conjugation. To launch the video, click the "Video 2" image.

Supplemental Spanish Grades 3-5 | Cultural Products | Pronunciation Video

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Watch a video to help you pronounce Spanish words about cultural products. To launch the video, click the "Video 1" image.

Supplemental Spanish Grades 3-5 | Cultural Practices - Conflicts | Pronunciation Video

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Watch a video to help you pronounce Spanish words about cultural practices and polite expressions. To launch the video, click the "Video 1" image.

Supplemental Spanish Grades 3-5 | Speaking - Opinions - Topic | Pronunciation Video

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Watch a video to help you pronounce Spanish words and expressions about voicing opinions. To launch the video, click the "Video 1" image.

Supplemental Spanish Grades 3-5 | Likes and Dislikes | Pronunciation Video

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Watch a video to help you pronounce Spanish words related to likes and dislikes. To launch the video, click the "Video 2" image.

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