Last modified Feb 4

Spanish

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  • Kindergarten
My name is Kristin Barnhart and I am excited to join the St. John the Baptist School staff as the K-8 Spanish teacher. I previously worked as a Spanish teacher for the Gresham School District. I feel extremely blessed to be able to share in the students' faith journey as we connect prayer and the Spanish language. It is an incredible opportunity to work and pray with your children each day. I live in Suamico with my husband and three children. Dylan is in 4th grade, Ashley is in 2nd grade and Logan is in 4K. Any free time we have is spent up at our cabin in Eagle River, fishing, kayaking, and boating.
Kristin Barnhart

Hola!

I look forward to beginning my 2nd year teaching here at SJB! Below are some things your children will be learning in Spanish.  Items that are in bold is curriculum we have covered already.

KN:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Prayer “Ven, espiritu, ven”
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Numbers 1-10
  • Como estas, mal, bien, regular
  • Cuantos anos tienes y tengo (#) anos
  • Colors
  • Shapes
  • Days of the week
  • Family members
  • Animals
  • Body parts

1st:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Prayer “Ave Maria”
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Numbers 1-29
  • Como estas, mal, bien, regular
  • Cuantos anos tienes y tengo (#) anos
  • Buenos dias, tardes, noches
  • Colors
  • Days
  • Months
  • Family members

2nd:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Hail Mary
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Classroom directions
  • Numbers 1-50 
  • Colors
  • Days of the week and months of the year
  • Age
  • Family members
  • Weather

3rd:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Hail Mary
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Numbers 1-50 
  • Colors
  • Days of the week and months of the year
  • Weather
  • Age
  • Ella and el
  • Date
  • Family members

4th:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Hail Mary
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Numbers 1-100
  • Colors
  • Classroom directions
  • Days of the week/months/date 
  • Infinitives (activities)
  • Me gusta, te gusta
  • Family member vocabulary
  • Map work – Spanish speaking countries
  • Places around town

5th:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Hail Mary
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Numbers 1-100
  • School supplies 
  • Colors
  • Classroom directions
  • Days of the week/months/date 
  • Subject pronouns
  • Inifinitives – activities
  • Me gusta, te gusta
  • -Ar Verb Conjugation
  • Family member vocabulary
  • Map work – Spanish speaking countries
  • Places around town

6th:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Hail Mary
  • Alphabet/vowel sounds
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Numbers 1-100
  • Classroom directions
  • Days of the week/months/date
  • Interrogatives
  • School subjects
  • Time
  • Definite and indefinite articles
  • Subject pronouns
  • Ser
  • Adjective agreement
  • -AR verb conjugations
  • Family members

7th:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Hail Mary
  • -AR Verb meaning
  • Alphabet/vowel sounds
  • Greetings/goodbyes/introductions
  • Numbers 1-100
  • -AR verb meanings and conjugations
  • Subject pronouns and the verb “ser”
  • Adjectives and adjective agreement
  • Time review
  • Classroom directions
  • Days of the week/months/date
  • Interrogatives
  • Adjective agreement
  • The verb “tener” and “ser”
  • Possessive Adjectives
  • Family members
  • Estar

8X:

  • Sign of the cross
  • Hail Mary/Our Father
  • Subject Pronouns
  • -AR verb meanings
  • Adjectives and adjective agreement
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Family members
  • Tener expressions
  • Feelings
  • House, rooms and things in a house vocabulary
  • Time
  • Interrogatives
  • Regular -AR verb meanings and conjugations 
  • Verbs: Estar, Ser, Tener, Ir, Hacer, Venir, Acabar
  • Difference between Ser and Estar
  • Location Words (Prepositions)
  • Chores
  • Tener expressions
  • Daily Schedule
  • Present tense verbs
  • Por/para
  • Ir + a + infinitive
  • Preterite (regular and irregular verbs)
  • Present progressive
  • Direct object pronouns