What would it be like to visit South America?In our Monday video, we:
- review our continent (North America) and the biome we live in (temperate forest)
- sing the continents song and find South America on the globe
- discuss our options for getting there
- look at the biome map to find out what biomes we might see in South America
Language game: Rainforest rhyming & segmenting (5 min)
Video: a virtual tour of South America (5 min)
Read Aloud: Biblio Burro (read by Ms. Kristin!)
What clothing would you wear if you lived in the tropical rainforest? What if you lived high in the Andes Mountains?
Along with many other languages, Spanish is spoken in many parts of South America.
Want to learn some Spanish?
Try learning some new words in Spanish with Spanish school bus
Read Aloud books:
Maria had a little Llama (variation on Mary had a little lamb)
Let's visit the Amazon rain forest! What does it look like in the rain forest? What are some of the unique and amazing animals that live there?
If you want to take a quick video tour to see the rain forest and some of its animals, here are two videos to watch:
Read Aloud Book - The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry
Art activity - Make a paper chain snake!
This video focuses on the Andes mountains of South America. (and revisits the song "los pollitos" / all the little chicks.
Video tour of the Andes Mountains
Read aloud book: Up and down the Andes
Skill challenge: Mountain climbers (Pretend you’re climbing the Andes mountains!)
We finish up our week on South America learning one more song in Spanish - La aran~a pequinita (The Itsy Bitsy Spider), and introduce the "What's missing" game to try at home