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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 !

November / noviembre

Mira bien y verás las hojas caer. Rojo, amarillo, café y naranja. Look carefully and you can see the leaves falling. Red, yellow, brown, and orange too.

You can ask any of the children from kindergarten about this song, because they know how to sing this song about el otoño (Fall) very well.


This month we are decoraring sugar skulls to celebrate El Dia de Los Muertos ( November 1st. And 2nd.). The kids love this activity. We are using a program called  rockalingua to learn about this celebration.


In November we give thanks for everything we have. The children will learn vocabulary, songs and prayers  about Thanksgiving.


Don't forget about the book fair! We are making bilingual bookmarks.


¡Feliz Día de Acción de Gracias!


Señora B.





Repaso /. review test


Here is the review for next week test.

*Quizlet. Search.

Colores Mexican mask carmensocorro

Basic  Introduction carmensocorro



video: ¿Cómo te llamas? What's your name?




¡Buena suerte!  Good luck!


señora B.



October ~ octubre


We are learning about leaves, colors, and all the beautiful things that this Season

brings. We are blessed to live in New England.

The children are enjoying the new programs we are using this year. Rockalingua and

Spanish for kids. Lots of songs, interactive games, sign language in Spanish, and

conversations between them.

We will be decorating sugar skulls for the day of the dead. This activity is a favorite of all.

The sixth grade kids are learning about proper names in Spanish speaking countries.

They have a Spanish name now that we are using during Spanish class.

Hasta pronto,

Señora B.

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