Lower Elementary students made puppets representing their families.
Lower Elementary students did a Hanukkah presentation in which everyone had a chance to ask questions and play with dreidels.
Middle Elementary students worked on making family trees. They learned Spanish vocabulary to describe the family, including uncle (tio), cousin (primo), etc. Then they put each member of their family in chronological order on a family tree.
To reinforce the verb vivir (to live), Middle Elementary students built a house made of sticks.
The students learned about the Cultural Celebration “Las Posadas,” a Mexican tradition in which people go from house to house looking for a place to stay. Middle Elementary students did a small presentation in Spanish.
Upper Elementary students drew family portraits and practiced descriptions about each member of their family. They had a chance to see that each family is UNIQUE.…