Year 5 Spanish
We are learning to say housing and name rooms. We will also use adjectives to describe them. This will mean that we keep developing our knowledge of masculine, feminine and plural grammar rules in Spanish.
We will remember sports and hobbies from the start of year 5 in order to say what we like to do in each room in the house. Will the children choose a sensible place to play football and tennis?
We are working towards making an origami house on which we will describe our (imaginary) house and each room inside.
Here are some photos of year 5's work in summer 2023. The very best pieces of work are going on display in school.
Autumn term 2022 to Spring term 2023
We are learning sports and hobbies in Spanish. With sports, the children are identifying masculine and feminine nouns, and with hobbies, children are joining in with actions to help them remember the phrases.
We are extending our sentences with likes and dislikes, so that we can say which sports and hobbies we like or dislike.
We are using Spanish conjunctions to write longer sentences: BECAUSE, BUT.
We are working towards making a film stating what we like and dislike with different activities.
Here are our fantastic films. All children are speaking from memory! What amazing knowledge of Spanish, well done year 5!
Year 5 from 2022, also created amazing videos!
Kingfishers- Los pasatiempos
Robins and Puffins - Los pasatiempos
Spring Term 2023
We are learning weather phrases and enjoying a weather song.
We are using weather phrases in a sentence with sports and hobbies to say what we like to do when it is sunny or hot or raining.
¿Qué te gusta hacer? = What do you like to do?
We are creating a piece of art and Spanish writing in the form of a poem.
Here are our finished pieces from spring 2023:
Spring term 2022
We are learning clothes nouns in the second half of the spring term and finding out that there are 4 ways to say "the" in Spanish!
We are remembering colour adjectives so that we can describe clothes. We are getting really good at recognising masculine, feminine and plural nouns and adjectives and we are improving at matching adjective endings with their nouns.
We will combine weather phrases and clothing phrases to say what we like to wear in different types of weather.
Here are our fabulous concertina characters! We have written what we are wearing and created a character: