Online Lessons Week 5: Perros Grandes y Perros Pequeños

Lesson 1: Mis Dos Perros-Perro Grande Y Perro Pequeño

Let's look at my two dogs, Rosie and Sadie. We'll learn how to compare which is bigger and which is smaller.

Lesson 2: Perros de Normal Park-Grande, Mediano, y Pequeño

Use the words you learned in Lesson 1 to compare three of your friends' dogs. Which dog will be the biggest and which dog will be the littlest?

Lesson 3: Mas Perros de Normal Park-Grande, Mediano, y Pequeño

Check out three more adorable Normal Park pets in this video and become an expert on comparing their size.

Lesson 4: Read Aloud "Perro Grande Perro Pequeño"

Here's a great bilingual story that uses words we learned this week! If you listen closely, I bet you'll hear some words we learned together earlier this year too.

Super Fun Project: Let's Write a Book! ¡Vamos a Escribir un Libro!

Let's create a Normal Park version of "Perro Grande Perro Pequeño!" Check out the video introduction and the instructions below to find out more!


I bet you all could come up with some hilarious illustrations of Fred and Ted. We should make a Normal Park version of this book. If you send me a page, I'll put the pages together and make a video readaloud. I'll add on to it week by week.

Think of a funny thing Perro Grande and Perro Pequeño like doing together.

Draw Fred and Ted doing something together, but remember, they always do things differently.

Write two sentences IN ENGLISH describing your illustration.

The first sentence tells what they are doing. The second sentence tells how they each do it differently from each other.

You write the sentences in English and I'll translate them into Spanish to make our story into a bilingual book just like "Perro Grande Perro Pequeño!" If you use words we've talked about in class like numbers, colors, clothes, parts of the body, seasons, rooms of the house etc,, I bet you'll recognize some of them when you hear your page in Spanish!


This project is optional, If you have a fun idea and you like to draw, go for it!

Please TYPE the words for your page in an email to me, do not write the words on the picture.


Keep it simple, one or two short English sentences is all you need.

Attach your illustration to the email by snapping a photo of it or scanning it if you have a scanner.

Your illustration will be online, so if you put your name on the picture, please make sure you write your first name only.

Please type your name and your teacher's name in the email so I can announce the pictures we add to our book each week.

I can't wait to see what you come up with. If you want some ideas, check out the video instructions for the project. Remember, have fun!

We're still talking about dogs and finding out all of their names this week, so let's the two fun songs we used to learn those words last week.

Once you think you know the words to BINGO and can go a little faster, here's a version to try!

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