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Spanish - Mrs. Bichrest

101419¡Hola! Welcome to Spanish class! My name is Carmen S. Bichrest and the children call me Señora B. I live in Nashua, in a biligual home, with my husband and daughter. I am very happy to share my love and knowledge of Spanish with your children as I do with my daughter. I hold a Bachelor degree in Psychology from the University of Puerto Rico and a Masters degree in Special Edcuation from the University of Phoenix. I also hold a degree in Nursing. You can contact me This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it !

April (abril)


It is time for primavera in Kindergarten. The children made wonderful pictures during Spanish class. Stop by the school library to see an example of them.

We listen and dance to the song De Colores (of colors), and La Cucaracha (the cockroach) These are very popular songs in all the Spanish-Speaking countries.

This month we will continue learning about primavera (Spring). The kids from third grade up are doing very well learning about verbs ending in -ar. We are going to be moving to verbs ending in -er and -ir. They love singing the song for the personal pronouns in Spanish. ¡Otra Vez!

We are also learning about Lent (Cuaresma), and we continue on talking about the Holy Week and Pope Francis (Papa Francisco).

Happy Easter!  ¡Feliz Pascua!

señora B.



March (marzo)



March (marzo), leon (lion) y cordero (lamb).

This month we are going to continue learning about subject pronouns or personal pronouns in Spanish. To this we are adding regular, action verbs ending in -ar, -er, -ir. (links for the videos at the end of the page).

We also are going to be learning about Lent (Cuaresma) in the Spanish-Speaking countries. We will compare the celebrations and traditions of these countries with the ones in the United States.

Happy Spring (Feliz Primavera)

Hasta pronto,

Sra. B.

Spanish subject pronouns explained - YouTube


Spanish Subject Pronoun Rap (Los Pronombres) - YouTube


O, As, A, Amos, An otra vez Realidades 1: 2a - YouTube




¿Qué pasa a Cookie? What happens to Cookie?


Cookie is a cat (gata) that gets into trouble every day of the week (cada día de la semana). The children in KB have a great time creating pictures to represent What happens to Cookie? ( ¿Qué pasa a Cookie?). I enjoyed listening to the kids sharing the stories about  ¿Qué pasa a Cookie? I know you will love these pictures too.

Hasta pronto,

señora B.



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