The S.T.E.M and Arts blog by Aurelius Raines II

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Basic Nouns (Spanish Pre-K-2nd )

In Spanish, we are learning basic nouns and colors. This means that every class is an opportunity to practice saying the names of things like colors, the days of the week, and animals. Learning these things are part of your child’s Olympic goals. You can help your child by having them use the Spanish words around the house. (No, Sam, go put on your rojo sox.)
If you go to the Parent Resource Center (to the upper-right of this blog entry) you will find a link to a series of study guides to help you rehearse at home. Below, I’ve included some basic phonics that will help you be able to pronounce Spanish words.
j= the ‘h’ sound
a= the ‘ah’ sound
ll= the ‘y’ sound

¡Bueno Suerte y AlbĂ© al Senor!
Good Luck and Praise the Lord!

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