Our Spanish task today is a bit different.
The Tower Hamlets Language Service are running a competition.
They would like you to create a poster all about a famous festival. Festivals can be lots of different things, it could be your birthday, Eid or Christmas. It could be something else like Bonfire Night. There are lots of festivals that are celebrated in other countries too.
In Spain, near Valencia, the last Wednesday of August is when La Tomatina is held. This crazy festival involves an enormous tomato fight in the streets.
In Mexico they celebrate their Independence Day in September with big parties in the night.
There are lots of festivals celebrated around the world.
Your task is to design a poster to promote a festival or celebration using Spanish words and phrases. You can choose any festival you want, it might be one you know lots about or you might choose to research a new one.
You might want to use this Spanish dictionary to help you with your vocabulary.
Whatever event you choose, your poster should be colourful. You could use paper or card (ideally A4 or larger) or if you prefer you could create a Word, Publisher or other software application.
When you have finished, your adults should take a photo of your poster and send it as an attachment to michelle.o’email@example.com by the last day of term: 17th July 2020.
Winners and runners-up will be notified in September and awarded Amazon vouchers!
We're back to learning Spanish with Miss Harrison this week. The focus of the lesson is different places you might find in a town or city.
See if you can draw a picture of each of the new places you have learnt and write the names in Spanish.
It would be great to see pictures of a park, supermarket, cinema, restaurant, library, train station, swimming pool and school with their English and Spanish names.
Email them to school and I will put the pictures up on the blog.
This week, we are going to recap some of what we have learnt over the past few weeks.
The Manchester City football Sergio Aguero has teamed up with the BBC to teach you numbers.
If you follow the link above you can practise your numbers, as well as learning the Spanish words for grandmother and grandfather.
There's a game at the bottom where you have to match the Spanish number to the English number. What score will you get?