11 Jan

Christmas and getting ready for winter

We had lots of fun before Christmas break. I wish I had taken more photos.
We had a Grinch day with cute crafts and some writing. Then we watched the film. Can you believe none of my students had heard about The Grinch? They were super excited with the movie.

I bought 

Christmas Print and Play Number Worksheets from Melanie (From the Pond). My students loved the spinner games! It is one of my favorite purchases from TPT.

Our last craft was a big Santa paper craft! Sorry I don’t have the pattern. But it is pretty simple as you can see.

We have also created these cute snowmen to celebrate winter. I have seen this activity all over pinterest. 

Each student has drawn their own pieces for the collage- I love that they all look different.
As soon as we came from Christmas break we celebrated Los Reyes Magos. I have some resources from last year.
Kids brought their new toys. Then we talked about the cabalgata(parade) and their Roscón the Reyes (traditional cake).
They toys have been in the classroom about a week and I can say that they have been sharing them and taking care of them.
Our next goal is writing. We will be doing some writing activities. 
You’ll find this snowman writing in my TPT store: How to make a snowman craftivity
05 Nov

Studying ca co cu que qui

WOW! I can’t believe how long I have waited to write a new post.
Lots of new things are going on and I have totally neglected my blog. New house, new school and new city!

I had been teaching in the same school for 6 years. This year I moved to my hometown and started in a new school. I won’t be able to post school photos for now so I guess I’l have to provide freebies instead.

This year I am teaching first grade again. 🙂 I have been creating some resources to teach Spanish spelling: This week I’ll share some resources for


ca   co   cu   que   qui

We started we an anchor chart and some word brainstorm.
Then we move on with the worksheets.

I created a first worksheet with lots of pictures to classify sounds. Painting each sound with a different color.

The second worksheet was created to cut and and glue each picture on their notebooks. then they folded it like a little door and wrote the words under the flap.

Click on the worksheets to download the pdf.

If you are studying CA CO CU QUE QUI chec out my Spanish Centers to teach Ortografia:

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Nothing is complete without a game. This is a simple tetris game but it helps with review. It is simple but it works.

21 May

Give away reminder, my new craftivity and Summer games

I just wanted to say THANK YOU!!!
44 new followers in less than a week!
If you haven’t entered the give away there are only three days left.
Last week was a great week in school. We still have classes till June 22nd. We are practising our writing abilities with lots of fun prompts.
Today I am presenting my newest writing prompt. I think it is the easiest, the more creative and the cutest. Yes, it’s my favorite:
A small writing prompt to create your own ice cream shop and write about your favorite ice-cream flavor.
We will be doing it next month, but I know some of you are on your last days so you can find it on TPT.
You can use it in English or Spanish.
I will also share some games you can use on your Smart Boards or your students can use at home.
Some Spanish Summer games to practice during Summer Holidays.
It is divided into 3 categories:
INFANTIL (3-5year-olds.)
PRIMARIA (1st-6th grade)
SECUNDARIA (7th grade and above)

Enjoy your last days of school!