This poem welcomes spring after a long winter! Vocabulary, phrases, and grammatical structures include estación, querer + infinitive, contigo, ya, chaquetas, rosas, nido, rosas, río, dentro de poco, gracias por, and no hace frío. Verbs include quitarse, caminar, ver, venir, mirar, ser, and alegrarse. The rhyming words and cadence make this poem fun to learn and easy to remember.
Included in the download:
1. One Spanish/English page with large font for presenting and practicing vocabulary in class
2. One Spanish/English page with 2 poems per page for student handouts
3. One page with Spanish only
4. One Spanish/English close page with large font for presenting and practicing vocabulary in class
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Spanish Spring 5 Stanza Bilingual Poem - Primavera, Primavera
by Sue Summers
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License
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