The children learnt how to say the words for items in a bedroom. We came up with some great ways to remember what the words mean.
Un armario – A wardrobe (somewhere that knights hang their ‘armour’ when they go to bed and where ‘Mario’ might hide in a game of hide and seek)
Una cama – A bed (If there are lumps in the bed, maybe a ‘camel’ is hiding there)
Una puerta – A door (it sounds like a ‘port’ or ‘portal’)
Una ventana – A window (it provides ‘ventilation’)
Unos estantes – Book shelves (the books ‘stand’ on them)
Una lámpara – A lamp
The children were sent home with a simple task to do over the bank holiday – I hope they enjoyed sticking the labels they made around their rooms.
Today we continued to talk about our appearance and learnt the following words about how to describe our hair.
1. largo – long
2. corto – short
3. media melena – medium length
4. rizado – curly
5. liso – straight
Which of these words would you use to describe the following pictures?
Today we learnt how to describe ourselves talking about the colour of our pelo (hair) and our ojos (eyes).
Can you work out what the following mean? The first one’s been done for you.
- pelo rubio – blonde hair
- pelo castaño
- pelo pelirrojo
- pelo negro
- pelo gris
- pelo blanco
- ojos azules
- ojos verdes
- ojos marrones
- ojos de color avellana
If you can’t remember, why not look up the words in a dictionary like this one – http://www.spanishdict.com
I look forward to reading your replies!