This week we are learning about the letter "T" and we're learning about "El Tiempo" (The weather). We can also practice months, seasons, clothing, colors, and body parts as we are describing the weather. (Practice, practice, practice! It's so important to not forget our previously learned material!) The letter "T" is pronounced "Tay." We are also learning about Teotihuacán and Lee Trevino. We have been dressing the "weather bear" for different seasons and weather conditions and then describing him. We have also been coloring pictures of trees in different seasons and weather conditions. We have learned to answer the question, "¿Qué tiempo hace?" (What's the weather like?) and we can add this one to the long list of questions that we ask every class. At home, ask your student to describe the weather every day. The weather is always changing around here so this is a great way for us to practice! Also ask about Teotihuacán and Lee Trevino. What city is Teotihuacán today? Which sport did Lee Trevino play?
On the website, students can watch the letter "T" video and play the "Tiempo" game. It would also be great to go back and review the months, colors, body parts, and colors.
Coming up next week... U is for "Usted and Tú" (Subject pronouns and verb conjugation).