Spanish – Lesson 4

We are learning to… Say our nationality and revise what we’ve learned so far.

In this animation, you will learn how to say your nationality. You will also get to practise questions and answers from Lessons 1 to 3.

Watch the 2 videos below in which Spanish children introduce themselves.

What can you find out about them?
Can you try to write some of their answers in Spanish?

This animation explains what flamenco is and presents the traditional costumes and accessories used by dancers.

Remember to check your knowledge by doing our quiz! Who got the highest score? Adults or children… ?


Scripts and answers

Challenge 1 – Games

And now… are you ready to play a game? Practise your Spanish and have fun playing with your family! Please refer to the booklet to see what games you could play.

Giant dice

Soy española, ¿y tú?


Challenge 2 – Write a song

Using the tune of the song in Lesson 2, write new lyrics, using what you have learnt so far. Make sure you sing it to your friends and family.

For example:

Hola, ¿qué tal? Me llamo Carlos.

Hola, ¿qué tal? Estoy muy bien.

Vivo en España.

Vivo en Madrid.

Soy español.

¡Hasta luego!

Children: Suggested School Challenge!

Watch the video and then answer the questions.

What elements indicate that this is a Flamenco show?

Can you name at least 3 of them?

Now share with your class what you’ve learned about Flamenco!

You could make a poster where you draw the instruments and the accessories used by the performers.

Once you’ve managed your 3 Challenges, you can start lesson 5!