If you're going to watch the Minions movie on July 10th, you better take this list of words translated from "Minionese" to English with you. Click here to find out how this language was created by the film's directors ----> http://www.daytranslations.com/blog/2015/06/the-minions-language-is-a-combination-of-french-spanish-english-and-food-references-6419
Rainbow Words are a fun and engaging way to practice SIGHT WORDS in the classroom and at home. Students work their way through each level (25 words per color of the rainbow). Using these color coded cards students can differentiate their own word work time by using their own cards with easy to prep word work activities.
We're Going on a Word Hunt (fun hide and seek game!) for sight words/vocab words. To diferentiate for multiple students use colored post it notes (each child has their own color post it with words they are working on)
HELLO SONG (CS 260) (adapted from Primary Openhouse) Sing the song substituting the word "Hello" in other languages with the English word. For example: Hola! - Spanish Bonjour! - French Shalom - Jewish (Hebrew) Howdy - Texan Aloha - Hawaiian (sounds like "Vee- gates") - German (sounds like "Nee how") - Japanese
Spanish activities - Printable Find the Differences pictures to practice vocabulary
With these free printable pictures, kids find the differences and practice common Spanish words. These Spanish activities, Encuentra las diferencias, are from Minihogar Kids, the children’s section of El Minihogar. The puzzles are designed for native-speakers, so the solutions are in Spanish. Kids can use the words as they look for differences and then see the written Spanish words when they check their answers. There are three Hello Kitty scenes and two scenes with the Simpsons. Children do…