Bienvenidos!  Welcome to Miss O’Shea’s Spanish classes!

I have been teaching Spanish at Assumption since September of 2008.  I love Spanish and hopefully your child will too!

**Many of our Spanish songs can be downloaded on iTunes!  The majority of the songs are from the album, “Kids Learn Spanish” by Twin Sisters.  I’ll bet if you put some of the songs on your phone while driving, you will catch your child singing along!**

¿Que pasa in la clase de espanol?

What to expect in Spanish class…

The Pre-K2 students learn lots of fun words through songs, stories and puzzles.  They learning to touch their “cabeza” and have fun singing the “Touch Your Head” song!  ***This song is NOT on “Kids Learn Spanish.”  It is on a CD called, “Magic Spanish for Kids” by Beth Manners***


SMART board technology helps our Pre-K 2 students learn songs and stories in Spanish!

PreK-3 will work on their Spanish food vocabulary. You can practice at home while we practice on the SMART board!

queso -cheese

papas fritas – french fries

jugo – juice

helado – ice cream

fruta – fruit

hamburgesa – hamburger

leche – milk

bread – pan


PreK4 works on their numbers and alphabet in Spanish.  Each week we learn a new vocabulary word as well.  We also do some fun projects! Below is a list of vocabulary words.  Please have your child practice because we do review every class!  We also integrate many of our lessons with Technology.

Numbers 1-10.  Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez.

a – abeja (bee)

b- ballena (whale)

c- cepillo (brush)

ch- chocolate

d- dedos (fingers)

e- elefante

f- foca (seal)

g- gato (cat)

h (pronounced hache) – helado (ice cream)

i- isla (island)

j (pronounced jota) – jirafa (giraffe)

k (pronounced ka) – koala

l – limon (lemon)

ll – lluvia (rain)

m- manzana (apple)

nn˜ – nino (boy)/nina (girl)

o- ocho (eight)

p- papalote (kite)

q – queso (cheese)

r – rey (king)/reina (queen)

s – sol (sun)

t – tigre (tiger)

u – uvas (grapes)

Our Kindergarteners just finished learning their “formas” (shapes) in Spanish.  They are starting a unit on animals and will be able to read the story “Counting Ovejas!”