Big Ideas: The purpose of the kindergarten program is to introduce vocabulary, phrases and simple questioning through meaningful contexts, including games, songs, dialogues and stories. Students learn vocabulary with games and role playing, and become familiar with sounds and accents through guessing games and listening activities. In learning about Spanish cultures, students develop an enthusiasm for foreign languages and cultures. Highlights include greetings, alphabet, colours, days, numbers, animals, holidays, likes and dislikes, clothes, body, sports, seasons and nature.
Big Ideas: Through fun, engaging contexts (games, songs, dialogues, stories), students learn simple vocabulary and phrases, and explore the cultures and traditions of the Spanish-speaking world. Highlights include greetings, classroom, alphabet, colours, numbers, animals, holidays, birthdays, seasons, family, food, likes and dislikes, Latin American foods, days of the week, clothes, body, sports and nature.
Big Ideas: Through games, songs and listening activities, students become familiar with basic vocabulary, sounds and accents. In celebrating the holidays and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries, students develop an appreciation for Spanish culture. Highlights include greetings, alphabet, colours, animals, birthdays, numbers, family, food likes and dislikes, days of the week, clothes, body, seasons and nature.
Big Ideas: Through hands-on, active activities, such as role plays, games and songs, students are encouraged to experiment freely with sounds and rhythms to develop ownership and confidence in Spanish, and enjoy celebrating the holidays and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries. Highlights include alphabet, school, calendar, birthdays, family, and describing oneself, people and pets.