Spanish Early Level
Greetings
Early Level Significant Aspects of Learning
• Use language in a range of contexts and across learning
• Develop confidence and enthusiasm to communicate using the
language being learnt
• Begin to develop an awareness of other countries, cultures and
languages
• Listen and join in with simple songs, stories and rhymes
• Explore and recognise patterns and sounds of language through
listening, watching and playing
• Understand, respond to and say simple greetings and personal
information (e.g. name)
• Repeat and understand simple familiar language from a familiar
source
• Actively take part in simple daily routine language
• Participate in familiar games including outdoor learning
• Begin to explore resources to support my learning e.g. picture
dictionaries
Vocabulary
1. Greetings
Build into daily routines starting with Hola and Adiós and then gradually adding in more
vocabulary as learners progress.
¡Hola!
¡Hola!
¡Buenos días señorita/señora!
¡Buenos días señor!
¡Hola!
Hagamos la lista
¡A dormir!
¡Buenas noches!
¡Adiós!
Hello
Hello
Hello Miss
Hello Sir
Hi
We will take the register
Go to sleep
Goodnight
Goodbye
¡Hola !
¡Buenos días
señorita/señora !
¡Buenos días señor!
¡Hola!
¡Hacemos la lista!
¡A dormir!
¡Buenas noches!
¡Adiós!
Embedding the language
1. Do the register in Spanish each morning –
teacher says, “¡Hacemos la lista!” and pupils
respond with “aquí/presente/hola”.
2. Use a Buenos días song and/or an Adiós song
at the start and end of each day.
3. Use ¡A dormir! and ¡Buenas noches ! with a
Spanish puppet. You can “put him to bed” at
the end of a Spanish lesson getting the class
to say “¡A dormir! + name” and then saying
¡Buenas noches! to him instead of goodbye
.
Sample activities
You will find a bank of sample activities which you can use to
practise the vocabulary in the classroom.
This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or
adapt them to suit the needs of your class.
You will find a set of more challenging activities in First Level
Greetings.
¿Buenos días o buenas noches?
1. Pupils look at the selection of photos and
then decide if they would say this is
¿Buenos días o buenas noches?
2. This can be further extended to create a
wall display if doing day and night
paintings for example.
I have experienced the wonder of looking at the vastness of the sky, and can recognise the
sun, moon and stars and link them to daily patterns of life.
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Toc, toc, toc!
• If you are using a puppet for Spanish, you can keep it
in a box with a lid on it (its bed) and ask the pupils to
knock on the door to wake him/her up by saying “Toc,
toc, toc”.
• When he “wakes up” they can then say ¡Buenos días!
to the puppet.
When it’s time for him to go back to bed, they can then
say “¡A dormir !, ¡A dormir !¡Buenas noches ! ” etc.
• If you like you can also add in “levántate/levantáos”
which means wake up.
Songs and videos!
You will find a bank of sample songs and videos which you can use
to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.
This is not a prescriptive list of songs and you can use or adapt
them to suit the needs of your class.
You will find a set of more supported activities in Early Feelings
and more challenging activities in Level 2 Feelings.
¡Buenos días señorita/señora ! –
song
Dos pajarillos
Dos pajarillos
Se paran sobre las ramas
Me llamo clu-clu
Me llamo bla-bla
Adiós clu-clu
Adiós bla-bla
¡ Adiós! - song
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Buenos días song - Edinburgh Modern Languages