Spanish 1 (5+ Years Old)

Course Schedule

At the end of each lesson I’ll provide you with an audio file of the vocabulary we’ve used so that the students can continue practicing before the next class. Parents will be asked to ensure you record your child’s progress and to record/send the audio file to me via our online classroom.

Week 1: Introductions and personal info/greetings – We’ll use a puppet as a fun icebreaker!

Vocabulary: Hola, adiós, nos vemos, me llamo, tengo 8 años, buenos dias, buenas tardes, buenas noches.

Week 2: Moods

Vocabulary: Estoy bien, estoy alegre, estoy muy bien, ¿Cómo estás?, ¿y tú? Plus the magic words: gracias, por nada.

Homework: Bring your favorite fruit or veggie to the next class. Look for its name in Spanish.

Week 3: Eating and foods – This week if you choose, we will play a video game (smartphone required) and feed a monster who has to be fed vocabulary.

Vocabulary: Kitchen appliances, fruits, vegetables, meat, abre el refrigerador, saca la papa, ponla en el plato, alimenta al monstruo.

Homework: Bring your country flag or draw it for the next class. Look for the translation of your country’s name.

Week 4: Where are you from? What do you like? – We will write a short post card to a friend or somebody else.

Vocabulary: ¿De dónde eres?, soy de México, el, la, los, las, a few nouns.

Homework: Think of your favorite cartoon or movie character and look up their names in Spanish if possible.

Week 5: Body parts – We’ll use your favorite cartoon character and describe it.

Vocabulary: cabeza, cabello, orejas, ojos, nariz, boca, brazos, manos, piernas, pies, grande, pequeño, largo, corto, feminine and maculine words.

Week 6: Household items – We learn nouns and adjectives, and how to describe things e.g. La mesa es bonita

Homework: Prepare to bring a little object in your favorite color for the next class

Week 7: Colors – We will practice vocabulary already learned to introduce colors e.g. La mesa es café y negra.

Week 8: Counting and money

Vocabulary: Numbers 1-10, ¿Cuánto cuesta? Cuesta 10 dólares

Week 9: Seasons & Weather

Vocabulary: Primavera, verano, otoño, invierno, ¿Cómo es el clima hoy? El clima es caluroso, frio, templado, lluvioso, nublado.

Week 10: Family members

Vocabulary: Papá, mamá, hermanos, hermanas, hermano, hermana, ¿Cómo se llama tu…?, se llama…

Homework: Think of your favorite animal and learn its name in Spanish for the next class

Week 11: Animals

Vocabulary: Animals names, ¿Cuál es tu animal favorito? Mi animal favorito es el/la, pelo, patas, cola, cuernos, alas, aletas, describing animals, el perro es negro, el perro tiene cola.

 Week 12: “I have…”

Vocabulary: Yo tengo, un, unos, una, unas, describing things, yo tengo una mochila roja y grande.

*** IMPORTANT NOTE FROM CARLOS *** Before every class, I ask that you check the new vocabulary posted in the online classroom and encourage your children to practice this, with the audio too. After every lesson, I’d also encourage you to send me a brief message with feedback/your impression about the class so I can keep creating the best learning environment for your children. Thank you! 

Course Details

  • Course Start Date: Wednesday 13th January 2021@ 9.20am Pacific | 12.20pm Eastern | 5.20pm UK
  • Course time: Wednesdays @ 9.20am Pacific | 12.20pm Eastern | 5.20pm UK
  • Course Duration: 12 weeks.
  • Class Duration: 30 minutes.
  • Age range: 5-9 years.
  • Class size: Maximum of 5 students.
  • Fees: $100 per student for the 12-week course.

The course fees are $100 per student for the 12-week course.

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Meet Your Teacher, Carlos!

I was born in Mexico and recently moved to the United States. I’ve been teaching Spanish online for the last 6 years and, from the very first moment, I knew I loved teaching and helping others.

When I was in high school I got a job tutoring a 10 year old kid, we eventually became friends and it was one of the best experiences of my life. In 2017 I started a project to help disadvantaged kids, teaching them English and music in my community. Nowadays, I still teach a good friend of mine who brings his young twins to join our Spanish classes online.

I love languages, making music and reading. In my free time I love singing songs in different languages with my wife, practicing sign language (still a beginner), drawing and camping.

My philosophy of teaching is that I prefer my students to see me as a friend more than a teacher. I believe that’s the key to learning.

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