¡ Bienvenidos al trimestre 4 ! / Welcome to term 4!


Encourage your child to share with you their new knowledge as well as the songs and rhymes they have learnt during lesson time. You can click on the highlighted links to access songs and videos at home.





Spanish Term 4

By the end of Term 4, children will learn:





Shapes (extension) to make collages. Song: formas

Parts of the house. Song: Yo tengo una casita.

Family members. Song: The finger family

My classroom activities (revision and extension).

Actions. Days of the week.

Describing wild animals.

Numbers to 20. Song: tren de los números

My school tools: pencil, rubber, book. Key phrase: I have two blue books. In class’ song

Describing fruits and saying what fruit they like (revision)

Sports. Likes and dislikes

Expressing preferences on fruits

Classifying fruits by size and taste.

Differentiating wild and farm animals

Describing zoo animals

Talking about pets

Numbers in tens (up to 60) to tell the time.

Daily activities. Song: Buenos días

School activities. I like to ….. listen, look, write, read, draw, colour, paint

Buildings and transport means in Australia. Song: las ruedas del autobús


Fruits and vegetables (review). Food, meals and typical dishes from the Spanish speaking world. Numbers in tens and hundreds (up to 1000)  to talk about ingredients and amounts

Where I live

Where I study. What subjects I like and which my favourite subject is

My family. What language I and my family speak

Occupations and people in my community. Key phrase: I want to be a ...

Daily routines and leisure activities. Song.

Sports. My pastimes and those a Spanish speaking pal has

My ideal school: areas and buildings

My ideal town:  Places and buildings. Prepositions of location and means of transport.

Describing buildings

Action verbs and abilities.

Activities (introduction)

Hobbies and leisure activities. Adverbs of frequency

Professions: review

Mine and other people’s plans. Yo quiero ser... Ella quiere ser...



The topics to be covered in Term 3 will enable children to continue building upon their already developing Spanish language skills. We will all celebrate their enthusiastic work and achievements during our Spanish day in week 10.

Stay tune, news about the Spanish day will be on soon.


Encourage your child to share with you the songs and rhymes they have learnt during lesson time.

You can click on the highlighted links to access songs and videos.





Spanish Term 3

By the end of Term 3, children will:





-Recognise primary colours in el tren de los colores

-Name colour words in patterns with shapes.

-Describe fruits using short sentences and say which fruit they like.

-Identify similarities between English and Spanish in animal words.

-Classify farm animals and domestic animals to say what pets they have

-Describe Andean animals [colour, size]

-Count & talk about actions animals can do

-Respond to classroom instructions & actions in a song

-Recognise singular and plural fruit words and say which they like and love

-Name and describe clothes items and say what they are wearing

-Remember colours, days of the week, day times and seasons to give reasons for their outfit choice

-Learn more fruits that come from Spanish speaking countries

-Classify domestic and zoo animals

-Identify spelling similarities

-Recognise Andean animals


-Locate countries around the world to say where we are from.

-Desribe flags

-Learn about national animals from Spanish speaking countries and differentiate Andean animals

-Use key phrases and new words to make a poster

-Differentiate singular and plurals and express what fruit and vegetables they like

-Count in tens & hundreds

-Recognise food preparation action words to write a recipe indicating ingredients, amounts and method

-Express their preferences about food, fruit and vegetables

-Locate countries and finding out the time there

-Talk about nationalities and languages

-Recognise the format of a recipe

-Research & share information about typical dishes from different countries

-Enlist ingredients for a dish indicating amounts and showcase its preparation

-Talk about my hobbies and leisure activities

-Indicate what means of transport to take to go around town





 The study of the Spanish language at FNPS provides opportunities for children to become more accepting of diversity, more respectful of others and more aware of their place in our multicultural society.


In correspondence with the Victorian Curriculum, the process of teaching and learning Spanish at FNPS focuses on ‘learn about’ and ‘learn to’ statements. For example, through a variety of children-centred activities such as games, rhymes, songs, iPad applications, dialogues and collaborative hands-on projects, children learn numbers to count, tell the time, say their ages, indicate how many floors a building has, etc. We have high expectations for all children and children are supported and encouraged to learn so they can celebrate their learning during our Spanish language day in October.


The aim of the F-6 Spanish Language program at FNPS is to equip children with communication skills and transferable language learning strategies they can use during, at the end of primary school level and beyond their school journey to, in general, learn languages. At the same time children are expected to gain insights into the relationship between language and culture, leading to lifelong personal, educational and vocational benefits.


You can encourage your children independent skills to learn more Spanish by checking with them the websites and apps enlisted below. Click on the links.


Languages online (this is highly recommended for new children joining the school this year)

Spanish town (level and topic-based website, ideal to revise vocabulary)


Duolingo (In case your child wants to advance his/her knowledge at their own pace. You need to create an account)

Kahoot (Play and learn some Spanish with your child! You need to register to see or create your own games)


Spanish Term 2

By the end of Term 2, children will:





-Recognise and make colour patterns with shapes.

-Describe fruits using short sentences.

-Identify animal words which spelling is similar to English.

-Classify farm animals -Consolidate their knowledge of numbers being able to count to 12 and say their ages.

-Expand their familiarization with multiple in-context classroom instruction & actions


-Express their preferences about colours, days of the week, day times, fruits and animals with the key phrases: I like… and I love …

-Learn about some fruits that come from Spanish speaking countries

-Classify wild and domestic animals and share what pet they have with a phrase in Spanish

-Describe clothes items and say what they wear according to the season of the year.

-Locate continents and countries around the world and say where they and/or their family are from.

-Identify and describe flags from different nation and learn about the meaning of the colours they have.

- Classify fruits and vegetables; differentiate singular and plurals and express preferences.

-Recognise food preparation action words to write a recipe indicating ingredients, amounts and method

-Express their preferences about school subjects, sports and activities

-Differentiate wild, farm and domestic animals and indicate what animal is their favourite.

-Recognise and use plural forms to express preferences about fruits and vegetables

-Expand their vocabulary related to action verbs to express ideas about hobbies, leisure activities and daily routines.






In Term 1, the children will learn:





Unitl:  Myself

-Greetings (hello, bye) Song: hello, My little friend (Hola amiguito)

-Numbers 1-5.

-Primary colours.  My favourite colour. Song: los colores (the colours)

Numbers and colours

-Things I like to do

Basic class instructions with the song: Tedy the bear (El osito Teddy)

-How to say their age in Spanish: I am 5 years old (Yo tengo 5 años)



Unit: Me

-Greetings. Song: Buenos días amigos

My name: I’m called [Me llamo..] Song: ¿Cómo te llamas?

-Numbers (up to 20) to tell their ages. ¿Cuántos años tienes?

-Days of the week (Los días de la semana) to tell the date

. What day I love?

Times of the day.

Commands in class. Song: Globos

-Primary and secondary colours to describe animals. Song: ¿De qué color es?

Likes and disl;ikes

My description. Parts of the face. Eyes, ears, nose & mouth. Song: My face is like this (Mi cara es así)

Unit: At school

Greetings. Song: Good morning Buenos días

Numbers (up to 40) to say their age, telephone number and months of the year to ask & answer ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños? (When is your birthday)

Colours to say ‘My favourite colour is ...’

Class instructions. Song: Listen and hera (escucha, mira, arriba, abajo).

School tools: Where is the pencil (¿Dónde está el lápiz azul?)

Mixing primary colours to get secondary colours. Key phrase: My favourite colour is

- My face (revision & extension)

-Body parts. Song: Song: Juan pequeño. (Little John dances)

Unit: All about me

Formal and informal greetings.

Self-introduction. ¿Cómo te llamas? (What’s your name?

Places around my town. Song

Fruit cognates. My favourite fruit is... (Mi fruta favorita es...)

Sport cognates: Mi deporte favorito es.. ¿Qué deprote te gusta? (What sport do you like?)

Numbers up to 60 to tell the time and answer How old am I?

Commands in class.

Belongings:   Song : la mochila (the bag-pack)

Likes and dislikes (colours)

School tools. What do you have in your bag?  Tengo un lápiz verde.

Clothes. Song: Ponte la camisa

My school. (rooms and facilities).  My ideal school.  There is/are... in my school.


ideo channels:  Happy Learning


Spanish   and   Learning through music with Basho & friends