Students are put in the driver's seat in this game as they try to pick up the correct objects on the race track and learn Spanish vocabulary words for the insects and toys seen in the “Hop, Look and Listen" webisode.
the fly- la mosca the butterfly- la mariposa the bee- la abeja the grasshopper- el saltamontes the doll- la muñeca the dinosaur- el dinosaurio the ball- la pelota the blocks- los bloques the rocket ship- el cohete
Looking for an opportunity to include Spanish in your science curriculum.
Your class can become Citizen Scientists! Citizen scientists act as volunteer classifiers and observers of scientific activity in their communities. Help a scientist track the butterflies or bees in your area and review the Spanish names of the insects along the way.
Read books with your class to learn more about insects, arachnids, and toys. Challenge your students to identify the insect, arachnids, and toys (in English and Spanish) that they learned about in the "Hop, Look, and Listen" games. Suggested books, available in both English and Spanish, include:
Where Do Insects Live? / Donde viven los insectos? by Susan Canizares
Butterflies / Mariposas by Jason Cooper
The Very Hungry Caterpillar / La oruga muy hambrienta by Eric Carle
What Do Insects Do? / Que hacen los insectos? by Susan Canizares and Pamela Chanko
Butterflies on Carmen Street / Mariposas en la calle Carmen by Monica Brown
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