WEEK 10: MAY 25TH-29th
This week, we thought it would be fun to review some previously learned vocabulary and go on a scavenger hunt. Here are the steps to take:
- Review our the adjectives we learned earlier this year (and many new ones).
- Go on a scavenger hunt looking for examples of these adjectives in your home or even outside! Choose your 5 favorite adjectives to look for--or challenge yourself to find examples for ALL 14!
- You could find a few objects that represent your adjective or even take pictures/videos of your pets, your family or yourself doing something to represent the adjective. For example, your pet might enjoy doing something loco or maybe you can stand next to a sibling or parent to show the difference between alto and bajo.
- Your Spanish teacher would love to see what you've discovered. You can send us photos, videos, or even a list of things you found for each adjective.
Here is a checklist to use as you complete your scavenger hunt. You can check things off in markup on your iPad, print the page out, write it on a scrap piece of paper, or keep track of the adjectives you find your own way.