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Las aventuras de Mifú y Tina…
Las aventuras de
Mifú y Tina…
...y las estaciones
A guide for parents
Help your child with Spanish
¡Buenos días!, we have compiled these notes in
order to support you in helping your child learn
Spanish with La Jolie Ronde – the Happy Way to
Learn Spanish.
On the following pages, you will find the translation
of all the Spanish from this Activity book and
CD, and a few words about what he/she will be
learning week by week.
Your child’s success in languages depends on
the quality of the course he/she is following, the
teacher’s skills and your involvement and support
throughout this experience.
By choosing La Jolie Ronde, you are giving your
child the best opportunity to learn Spanish.
This programme offers a strong foundation on
which to build and progress.
Sharing the songs and stories from this famous
programme with your child will be easy and fun.
Using the CD and the Activity book, you can play and
sing the songs together at home or in the car! Young
children are quick to pick up the language and they
are proud to demonstrate what they have learnt.
Your praise, encouragement and the interest you
show in your child’s learning, will help him/her along
the way.
Please follow the instructions from your child’s
teacher as to which activity he/she should
complete at home.
Otoño – Autumn – Part 1
1 – ¡Buenos días! (Good morning!) pages 2-3
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 1): My name is... – Story in Spanish. Mifú and Tina, the main characters, invite
their friends to their house. Simple greetings, saying your name, count to 5.
Name different toys.
1. ¡Buenos días!
¡Buenos días! Me llamo Mifú, el gato.
2. ¡Buenos días!
¡Buenos días! Me llamo Tina, la ratita.
3. Door bell ¿Quién es?
¡Soy yo, Paco, el soldado! ¡Buenos días!
¡Buenos días! ¡Me llamo Roberto, el robot! ¡Buenos días!
4. Door bell ¿Quién es?
¡Soy yo, Pablo! ¡Buenos días, soy el oso!
¡Buenos días! ¡Me llamo Sergio, el globo! ¡Buenos días!
5. ¡Buenos días! Me llamo Ana, la muñeca.
¡Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco! ¡Bien!
6. ¡Adiós! ¡Adiós! ¡Adiós!….
1. Good morning! Good morning,
my name is Mifú, the cat.
2. Good morning! Good morning,
my name is Tina, the mouse.
3. Who’s there? It’s me, Paco, the
soldier! Good morning! Good
morning, my name is Roberto, the
robot! Hello!
4. Who’s there? It’s me, Pablo!
Good morning, I am the bear!
Good morning, my name is Sergio,
the balloon. Good morning!
5. Good morning, my name is Ana,
the doll. One, two, three, four,
five! Good!
6. Goodbye! Goodbye! Goodbye!
At home encourage your child to listen to his/her CD and follow the story in their book!
Song: (Track 2):
- ¡Aquí están mis juguetes,
aquí están mis juguetes!
Un oso, me llamo Pablo
Una muñeca, me llamo Ana
Un globo, me llamo Sergio
Un soldado, me llamo Paco
Un robot, soy yo, Roberto
Here are my toys, here are
my toys!
A bear, I am called Pablo
A doll, I am called Ana
A balloon, I am called Sergio
A soldier, I am called Paco
A robot, it’s me, Roberto!
(Repeated)
Cat 2
(Track 3): Listen and point to the different toys. Link them to their shadows on Cat 3.
Cat 4
It’s me! Draw yourself or stick on a picture of yourself. Write your name.
2 – Los secretos de otoño (Autumn’s secrets) pages 4-5
Cat 1 (Track 4):
- Los ojos, la nariz, la boca, las orejas, el pelo, el cuello.
- Esconde los ojos, esconde la nariz, esconde la boca,
esconde las orejas, esconde el pelo, esconde el cuello.
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Hide the eyes, nose, mouth,
ears, hair and neck!
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Cat 2 Song (Track 5):
- Uno, dos, tres
Cuatro, cinco, seis
Siete, ocho
Nueve y diez
One, two, three
Four, five, six
Seven, eight
Nine and ten
(Track 6) Count up to 5. Listen again, this time the numbers are not in sequence! Join the dots.
Cat 3 Draw your hand.
Cat 4 (Track 7)
Follow the race between la ardilla (the squirrel) and el erizo (the hedgehog) to reach their homes.
At home, the best way to learn your numbers: listen to Track 5 and sing along!
Then play the board game at Cat 4, throw a dice and count in Spanish.
3. Gracias (Thank you) pages 6 - 7
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 8): Apples and nuts - Story in Spanish and English.
Song: (Track 9)
Dos manzanas, por favor
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Buenos días, señor Dos manzanas por favor
Gracias, adiós
Buenos días, señora
Cinco nueces por favor
Gracias, adiós
Buenos días, señor
Tres zanahorias
Gracias, adiós
Good morning, sir
Two apples, please
Thank you, goodbye.
Good morning, madam
Five nuts, please
Thank you, goodbye.
Good morning, sir
Three carrots
Thank you, goodbye.
Cat 2 (Track 10): Listen and find Tina’s route to the market.
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Una patata – una muñeca – una pera – un oso – un soldado.
Help your child with Spanish and listen together to Track 8.
Pause the CD before the Spanish and see if your child can remember what is going to be said!
4. Gira, salta y baila (Turn, jump and dance) pages 8-9
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 11): Where is Tina? - Story in Spanish.
Mifú cannot find Tina. She must be somewhere in the garden. He jumps over some logs, takes small steps
between the flowers and the leaves, large steps around the bushes. He can’t see Tina and becomes worried. At
last he sees her hiding.
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¡Tina! ¡Tina! ¿Dónde estás?
¡Salta, Mifú, salta! Salta aquí…salta allá
Mifú anda a pasos pequeños.
Mifú anda a pasos grandes.
¿Dónde está Tina?
¡Hace frío!…
¡Tina, eres una pilla!
Cat 2 Listen and copy Mifú (Track 12)
- ¡Salta! (5) ¡Toca las palmas! (7) Cáete al suelo (3)
Anda a pasos grandes (6) Esconde la nariz (9) Baila (4)
Esconde los ojos (2) Corre (1) Anda a pasos pequeños (8).
Cat 3 Song (Track 13):
Un soldado pequeño
- Un soldado pequeño
Marcha, marcha
Un soldado pequeño lleva el paso
Marcha acá
Marcha allá
Un soldado...
Marcha en el bosque
Pero se da un golpe
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Where is Tina?
1. Tina! Tina! Where are you?
2. Jump, Mifú, jump! Jump here
jump there.
3. Mifú walks taking little steps.
4. Mifú walks taking big steps.
5. Where is Tina?
6. Oh, it’s cold!
Tina, you are a rascal!
Jump! Clap! Fall down! Walk
taking big steps.
Hide your nose. Dance.
Hide your eyes. Run.
Walk taking little steps.
A little soldier
Marches, marches
A little soldier marches in step
He marches here
He marches there.
He marches in the woods
But bumps himself.
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Un soldado...
Marcha en la playa
Y no tiene toalla
Un soldado...
Marcha en el jardín
Donde es más feliz
He marches on the beach
But he has no towel.
He marches in the garden
Where he is happier.
At home, listen to Track 12 and encourage your child to practise the different actions
he or she can understand.
5 – Canta al otoño (Sing for Autumn) pages 10 - 11
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 14): It’s windy - Story in Spanish and in English.
Cat 2 Song (Track 15)
- Cinco pájaros pequeños
Sobre un cable
Uno dice
Yo me voy
¿Adónde vas?
Yo me voy
¡Hacia el sur!
Cuatro pájaros pequeños….
Tres pájaros pequeños…
Dos pájaros pequeños…
Un pájaro pequeño
Sobre un cable
El pájaro dice
Yo me voy
¿Adónde vas?
Yo me voy
¡Hacia el sur!
Five little birds
On a wire
One bird says
I’m going to fly
Where are you flying?
To the south!
Four little birds
….
Three little birds
…
Two little birds
….
One little bird
On a wire
The bird says
I’m going to fly
Where are you flying?
To the south!
Cat 3 Colour each leaf in the correct colour (rojo = red; amarillo = yellow; marrón = brown).
Cat 4 (Tracks 16 & 17)
Listen and find which way Mifú is going (two ways!)
A bird, it’s Paco the soldier, the garden, an apple, the forest.
A carrot. It’s me Tina. A gentleman. Yes.
At home, encourage your child to talk about what he/she is learning.
For example, ask what the song on Track 15 is all about.
6 – La historia de la hoja pequeña (The story of the little leaf) pages 12-13
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 18): Well done, little leaf! - Story in Spanish.
1. He aquí la historia de una hoja pequeña.
2. Durante todo el verano, las hojas grandes se burlan de ella porque es la más pequeña:
“¡Mira qué pequeña y frágil es!”
3. La hoja pequeña está triste. Su amigo, el sol, dice: “¡Eres pequeña pero eres fuerte y valiente!”
4. De pronto es otoño y el viento empieza a soplar. “¡Agárrate bien! ¡Voy a soplar y quitarte del árbol!”
5. Y el viento sopla, sopla mucho. Las hojas grandes no pueden agarrarse y se van volando
6. Pero la hoja pequeña es fuerte y valiente. Se agarra bien. ¡Bien, hoja pequeña!
Here is the story of a little leaf. During the summer the large leaves are laughing at her for she is the smallest: “Look how
small she is! Look how fragile she is!” The little leaf is sad. Her friend, the sun, says to her: “You are small but you are strong
and brave!” Suddenly Autumn arrives and the wind starts to blow. “Hold on tight! I am going to blow you off the tree!” says
the wind. And the wind blows, he blows very hard. The large leaves cannot hold on any more and fly away. But the little leaf is
strong and brave. She hangs on and holds on tight. Well done, little leaf!
Song(Track 19)
- Las hojas bailan en el aire, bailan en el aire
Las hojas se caen al suelo, se caen al suelo Las hojas de otoño, las hojas de otoño
Bailan en el aire y se caen al suelo
The Autumn leaves.
The leaves dance in the air,
dance in the air
The leaves fall to the ground, fall
to the ground
The Autumn leaves, the Autumn
leaves
Dance in the air and fall to the
ground.
Cat 2 (Track 20)
Who is well and who is unwell? Listen and complete the different faces.
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Cat 3
Count the leaves. Then copy the correct number in the box. Try saying it in Spanish!
Encourage your child to keep a bright and colourful book which is neatly filled in.
It is a precious record of progress which should be brought to every Spanish lesson!
At the end of this module, your child should be fairly well equipped to perform some of the following in
Spanish:
• Talk about the new friends he/she has made in their Spanish class. Say their friends’
names and say their own name.
• Say the words for the different parts of his/her face and body.
• Play hide-and-seek and say the Spanish for different places and start counting.
• Understand many instructions in Spanish (e.g. look, listen, jump, clap, turn around, dance)
before going shopping for some vegetables and fruits. Meet different people /animals on the way
and ask how they are. Say how he/she is feeling.
• Say he/she is going home.
Not a bad start for a 5/6 year old!
Invierno – Winter – Part 1
1. ¡Feliz año nuevo! (Happy New Year!) pages 14-15
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 21): It’s a party/celebration! - Story in Spanish.
Everyone is wishing each other a Happy New Year. Look at all the food. Sergio is asking for more cake. It’s
good! Later on Mifú and Tina look at the magic star and make a wish – Tina to be less cheeky and Mifú to be
even more kind.
1. ¡Feliz año nuevo! ¡Feliz año nuevo! ¡Escuchad la música!
¡Buenos días! ¡Buenos días! ¡Es fiesta!
2 ¡Feliz año nuevo! ¡Feliz año nuevo! ¡Feliz año nuevo!
3 Bocadillos, helados, limonada – hmm, ¡Qué bueno!
4 Hmm, está bueno, otro pastel por favor.
5 ¡Adiós! ¡Adiós! ¡Feliz año nuevo! ¡Feliz año nuevo!
6 ¡Mira! ¡Una estrella mágica! Tina, ¡la pilla! Mifú, es amable.
Cat 2 Find the six missing items in the second picture.
See if your child can say the Spanish word for the items.
1. Happy New Year! Happy
New Year! Listen to the music!
Good morning! Good morning!
It’s a party/celebration!
2. Happy New Year! Happy New
Year! Happy New Year!
3. Sandwiches, ice cream,
lemonade, hmm that’s good!
4. Hmm, that’s good, another cake
please.
5. Goodbye, goodbye! Happy
New Year! Happy New Year!
6. Oh, look. A magic star! Tina’s a
rascal! Mifú, he is kind.
At home, your child can practise asking for more food in Spanish:
‘Otro pastel por favor’ (one more cake, please) and say it’s good: ‘¡Está bueno!’
2 – Duermo (I am asleep) pages 16-17
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 22): Good night! - Story in Spanish.
Everyone is going to sleep. Tina is still tidying up the bedroom. Be quiet, Tina, go to bed. Mifú snores, then Ana
starts crying because it is dark. Roberto switches on a small light for her. Good night! In the night, Tina gets
up. Something is happening outside! What a surprise! (The teacher will usually stop the story here and resume
at the next lesson. Your child will be able to tell you what’s happening and fill in the fifth caption).
1. ¡Buenas noches! ¡Buenas noches!
2. Limpia el cuarto.
¡Tina, vete a la cama!
Buenas noches.
Buenas noches
3. Buenas noches.
4. Se hace de noche, ¡tengo miedo!
Buenas noches.
Buenas noches.
5. ¡Qué sorpresa! ¡Está nevando! ¡Está nevando!
6. ¡Mira! Mifú, Paco, Ana, Sergio, Roberto
¡Está nevando! ¡Está nevando!
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Good night
1. Good night! Good night!
2. Tidy the room. Tina, go to
bed! Good night, good night.
3. Good night.
4. It’s dark! I’m frightened!
Good night.
Good night.
5. Oh! What a surprise! It’s
snowing! It’s snowing!
6. Look! Mifú, Paco, Ana,
Sergio, Roberto. It’s snowing!
It’s snowing!
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Cat 2 Song (Track 23)
- Buenas noches, buenas noches
Papá dice ‘buenas noches’
Mamá dice ‘buenas noches’
Buenas noches.
Y salto, salto sobre mi cama
Y salto, salto sobre mi cama
¡Y me caigo!
Me voy a la cama con mis juguetes
El soldado, el robot, el globo, el oso y la muñeca
Y saltamos, saltamos sobre mi cama
Y saltamos, saltamos sobre mi cama
Good night, good night
Daddy says “good night”
Mummy says “good night”
Good night.
And I jump, jump on my bed
I jump, jump on my bed
And I fall down!
I go to bed with my toys
The soldier, the robot, the
balloon, the teddy bear and
the doll
And we jump, jump on the bed
And we jump, jump on the bed!
Ask your child about all the different characters in the book. What are their names?
Which one does your child like best?
3 – Es invierno (It’s Winter) pages 18-19
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 24): It is cold - Story in Spanish and English.
Picture 2: Help your child to highlight the trousers and pullover.
Picture 3: Which hat to choose? The little one or the big one?
Picture 4: Which coloured socks? Blue or black?
Picture 5: Point to the coat, the boots and the scarf.
Cat 2 Complete the numbers and circle the seventh sock. Count in Spanish!
Colour the socks and match the pairs.
Cat 3 (Track 25)
Remember the actions. The children listen and indicate the correct position.
Don’t forget to use a pencil.
It is cold, I trot like Tina, I walk like Mifú, I jump like Sergio, I dance like Roberto, stop please!
At home, practise counting all the socks at Cat 2 in the book.
Listen to Track 25 and help your child to mime all the actions!
4 – Tengo hambre (I am hungry) pages 20-21
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 26): The snowman - Story in Spanish.
A little bird is hungry and wants some bread. Then the snowman asks for food too. What could we give him?
Potatoes, carrots and cabbage?
No! Of course not! Mifú can’t give him anything hot! Yes! Very, very cold!
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¡Tengo hambre! ¡Tengo hambre!
Quisiera pan por favor.
¡Gracias! ¡Gracias!
¡Tengo hambre! ¡Tengo hambre!
¡Pan! ¡Pan!
¡No, no, no! dice el muñeco de nieve.
¿Patatas, zanahorias y col?
¡No, no, no! dice el muñeco de nieve.
Sí, sí, ¡muy, muy frío! dice el muñeco de nieve.
¡Helado! Hmm, ¡me gusta, me gusta!
Cat 2
Cat 3
Cat 4
1. I’m hungry! I’m hungry!
I would like some bread please!
Thank you! Thank you!
2. I’m hungry! I’m hungry!
3. Some bread, some bread! No,
no, no! says the snowman.
4. Potatoes, carrots and cabbage?
No, no, no, says the snowman.
5. Yes, yes, very, very cold! says
the snowman.
6. Some ice cream. Hmm,
I like it! I like it!
Look and link the pairs. Say the word in Spanish!
Colour the squares and picture appropriately. Then listen to Track 27 and point to the correct colour.
Find the odd one out. Say it in Spanish!
Encourage your child to say the words for each item at Cat 2. Say if it is little or big too!
(e.g. un sombrero pequeño, un sombrero grande).
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5 – Mi casa (My house) pages 22-23
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 28): In the black/dark forest - Story in Spanish.
1. ¿Qué hay en el bosque negro?
Hay una casa negra.
2. ¿Qué hay en la casa negra?
Hay un cuarto negro.
3. ¿Qué hay en el cuarto negro?
Hay una caja negra.
4. ¿Qué hay en la caja negra?
Hay unos pantalones negros.
5. ¿Qué hay en los pantalones negros?
Hay un bolsillo negro.
6. ¿Qué hay en el bolsillo negro?
Hay un pájaro azul.
¡Shh! Duerme.
Cat 2 (Track 29) The snail is in its house. Listen and repeat.
El caracol está en su casa
Aquí está la escalera
Aquí está la cocina, hmm, ¡está bueno!
Aquí está el salón y la televisión
Aquí está el dormitorio
Buenas noches, caracol
The snail is in its house
Here are the stairs
Here is the kitchen, hmm
that’s good!
Here is the lounge and the
television
Here is the bedroom
Good night, Snail!
Who’s there, in my house?
It’s a tiger! It’s a tiger!
No, it’s a little bird.
Who’s there, in my house?
It’s a crocodile! It’s a crocodile!
No, it’s a little bird.
Who’s there, in my house?
It’s an elephant! It’s an elephant!
No, it’s a little bird.
Cat 3 Song (Tracks 30-31)
¿Quién está en mi casa?
¡Es un tigre! ¡Es un tigre!
No, es un pájaro pequeño.
¿Quién está en mi casa?
¡Es un cocodrilo! ¡Es un cocodrilo!
No, es un pájaro pequeño.
¿Quién está en mi casa?
¡Es un elefante! ¡Es un elefante!
No, es un pájaro pequeño.
What is in the black forest?
There is a black house.
What is in the black house?
There is a black room.
What is in the black room?
There is a black box.
What is in the black box?
There is a pair of black trousers.
What is in the pair of black
trousers?
There is a black pocket.
What is in the black pocket?
There is a blue bird!
Shhh! He’s asleep.
Listen to Track 28 and encourage your child to colour those items that should be in black.
Enjoy the song on Track 30!
At the end of this module, your child should be fairly well equipped to perform some of the following
in Spanish:
• Introduce him/herself.
• Ask for a sandwich, a cake, an ice cream and a lemonade. Say please and thank you.
• Say that it is good and ask for some more!
• Name different areas of the house and different animals.
• Dress warmly and say what he/she is wearing. Then go out on a snowy day and build a snowman.
Describe the snowman in Spanish.
A lot of fun for a 5/6 year old!
Primavera/verano – Spring/Summer – Part 1
1 – El baile de primavera (The Spring dance) pages 24-25
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 32): The egg hunt - Story in Spanish.
Mifú and Tina are going to search for chocolate eggs. It’s a game. After 3 – go! Mifú wants to share the eggs
with his friends. Tina loves chocolate and she is not going to share them. Everyone says ‘Thank you’ to Mifú.
Tina is too ill to come to the party!
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¡Hay huevos de chocolate escondidos en el jardín!
Uno, dos, tres, ¡vamos!
Mifú es grande y corre rápido. El soldado, el robot, la muñeca,
el globo, el oso y Tina.
Tina es pequeña. ¡Mira en su bolsillo! ¡Ah! Dos huevos debajo
de un árbol. ¡Ah! Cuatro huevos debajo de una flor.
Hmm, ¡me gusta el chocolate!
¡Gracias, Mifú! ¡Gracias, Mifú!
No, gracias.
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1. There are some chocolate eggs
hidden in the garden.
2. One, two, three, go!
3. Mifú is big and he runs fast! The
soldier, the robot, the doll, the
balloon, the bear and Tina.
4. Tina is small. Look in her
pocket! Ah! Two eggs under
a tree. Oh! Four eggs under a
flower.
5. Hmm, I like chocolate!
6. Thank you, Mifú! Thank you,
Mifú! No, thank you!
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Cat 2 Link the basket to its owner.
Cat 3 (Track 33) Listen. Mifú likes …..
Cat 4 Song (Tracks 34 and 35) Join the dots to complete the words.
- Un conejo, un conejo
Se esconde en el jardín, se esconde en el jardín
Estoy aquí, estoy allí
Búscame, búscame.
Se esconde debajo de un árbol
Se esconde debajo de una flor
Se esconde en una cesta
Se esconde en un bolsillo
Se esconde en una caja
Un conejo...
A little rabbit, a little rabbit
Hiding in the garden, hiding in
the garden
I’m here, I’m there
Look for me, look for me.
He’s
He’s
He’s
He’s
He’s
hiding
hiding
hiding
hiding
hiding
under a tree
under a flower
in a basket
in a pocket
in a box.
Sing along with the rabbit song (Track 34) and listen to the CD as often as you can!
It’s great fun for you and your child.
2 – Por favor (Please) pages 26-27
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 36): Come and play with me! - Story in Spanish.
Mifú and his friends share the chocolate eggs and have a great party. Then they feel tired and have a rest. Tina
is starting to feel much better and wants someone to come and play with her, but all her friends want to sleep.
At last she sees Pipo the snail.
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6.
Muchas gracias, Mifú. ¡Muchas gracias! ¡Muchas gracias!
Ana, ¡Ven a jugar! ¡Duermo! Pablo, ¡Ven a jugar! No, duermo.
Mifú, ¡Ven a jugar conmigo! No, duermo.
Buenos días, Sergio. ¡Ven a jugar! Duermo. ¡Por favor! Duermo.
Paco, ¡Ven a jugar! No, duermo. Buenos días Roberto.
Ven a jugar por favor. No, duermo.
¡Ven a jugar, Pipo! Sí, ¡salgo! ¡Buenos días!
Cat 2
Cat 3
1. Thank you Mifú. Thank you!
Thank you!
2. Ana, come and play! I’m asleep!
Pablo, come and play!
No, I’m asleep.
3. Mifú, come and play with me! No! I’m asleep.
4. Good morning, Sergio. Come and
play! I’m asleep. Please! I’m asleep.
5. Paco, come and play! No. I’m
asleep. Good morning, Roberto,
come and play, please! No! I’m
asleep.
6. Come and play, Pipo! Yes! I’m
coming out. Ah! Hello!
(Track 37) Listen, count and join the dots to complete the drawing.
(Track 38) Listen and copy the correct number in the appropriate box.
Look for pictures of a snail, a tortoise, a frog and a butterfly. Stick them into a large
scrapbook or onto a special area (your wall collection) which can easily be seen when
your child is at home. Practise the Spanish words for the animals whenever you can!
3 – Mi familia (My family) pages 28-29
Cat 1
Mini story (Track 39): The story of the little bird - Story in Spanish.
1. Hay un pájaro pequeño sobre una rama. Su papá dice: uno, dos, tres ¡salta y vuela!
Pero el pájaro pequeño tiene miedo: no, ¡tengo miedo!
2. Su mamá dice: uno, dos, tres ¡salta y vuela! Pero el pájaro pequeño tiene miedo: no, ¡tengo miedo!
3. Su hermano dice: uno, dos, tres ¡salta y vuela! Pero el pájaro pequeño tiene miedo: no, ¡tengo miedo!
4. Su hermana dice: uno, dos, tres ¡salta y vuela! Pero el pájaro pequeño tiene miedo: no, ¡tengo miedo!
5. De pronto llega un gato a la rama. ¡Va a atacar al pájaro pequeño!
El pájaro pequeño tiene mucho miedo: ¡Tengo mucho miedo!
6. Toda la familia dice: uno, dos, tres ¡salta y vuela! Y el pájaro pequeño salta y se va volando.
¡Bien, pájaro pequeño!
Here is a little bird on a branch. His father says to him: One, two, three, jump and fly! But the little bird is afraid: No, I’m
afraid! His mother says to him: One, two, three, jump and fly! But the little bird is afraid: No, I’m afraid! His brother says to
him: One, two, three, jump and fly! But the little bird is afraid: No, I’m afraid! His sister says to him: One, two, three, jump
and fly! But the little bird is afraid: No, I’m afraid! Suddenly, a cat appears on the branch. He is going to jump on the little
bird. The little bird is very afraid: I’m very afraid! All the family say to him: One, two, three, jump and fly! And the little bird
jumps and flies away in the sky. Well done, little bird!
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Song: (Track 40): Las cuatro familias [Note the song will miss out some family words to enable the children
to sing them alone].
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En la familia Pájaro
Hay un papá, una mamá
Un hermano y una hermana
Papá, mamá, hermano, hermana
Papá, mamá, hermano, hermana
En la familia Tortuga
Hay un papá, una mamá
Un hermano y una hermana
Papá, mamá, hermano, hermana
Papá (…….), hermano, (…….)
En la familia Oruga
Hay un papá, una mamá
Un hermano y una hermana
Papá, mamá, hermano, hermana
(……..), mamá (…….), hermana
En la familia Gato
Hay un papá, una mamá
Un hermano y una hermana.
Papa, (…..), (…..), (…..)
Papa, (…..), (…..), (…..).
Cat 2
Cat 3
In the Bird family
There is a daddy, a mummy
A brother and a sister
Daddy, mummy, brother, sister.
Daddy, mummy, brother, sister.
In the Tortoise family
There is a daddy, a mummy
A brother and a sister
Daddy, mummy, brother, sister
Daddy, (….), brother, (….).
In the Caterpillar family
There is a daddy, a mummy
A brother and a sister
Daddy, mummy, brother, sister
(….), mummy, (….), sister.
In the Cat family
There is a daddy, a mummy
A brother and a sister
Daddy, (….), (….), (….)
Daddy, (….), (….), (….).
Complete the sequence of drawings and say in Spanish what is in each box.
(Track 41) Listen and colour the cats, flowers and butterflies as appropriate.
Play the story at home, Track 39. Occasionally, pause the CD before ‘No, tengo miedo’
(No, I am frightened) and let your child say it instead. Talk about the bird family and what
happens in the story. Enjoy the song on Track 40 together.
4 – Buenos días verano (Hello, Summer) pages 30-31
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 42): What is it? - Story in Spanish.
Tina finds a little insect in the garden. What is it? She calls to all her friends. Mifú arrives and recognises what it
is. (Note that the teacher will probably stop the story here and resume at the next lesson).
1. Es verano. Hace buen tiempo.
2. Ah, las flores bonitas. Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco,
seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez. Amarillo, blanco, rosa.
3. Ah, ¿Qué es?
4. ¡Mira! ¿Qué es?
5. Es una mosca. No, no, no, es una abeja. No, no, no
6. ¡No la toques!
Es una mariquita. Me gustan las mariquitas.
¡Vete volando, mariquita pequeña!
1. It’s summer - the weather is
lovely.
2. Oh, what beautiful flowers.
One, two, three, four, five, six,
seven, eight, nine, ten. Yellow,
white, pink.
3. Oh, what is it?
4. Look! What is it?
5. It’s a fly. No, no, no, it’s a bee.
No, no, no.
6. Don’t touch it! It’s a ladybird.
I like ladybirds. Fly away, little
ladybird!
Cat 2 (Track 43) Listen and colour in yellow all the items the sun is touching as it rises over the hills.
Cat 3 (Track 44) Colour the boxes in the appropriate colour and colour the picture accordingly.
Cat 4 Song (Track 45)
- Dime mamá, dime ¿qué es?
- Tell me mummy, tell me what is it?
- It’s a snail eating a cabbage.
- Es un caracol que se come una col
- Tell me mummy, tell me what is it?
- Dime mamá, dime ¿qué es?
- It’s a little fly taking a shower!
- ¡Es una mosca que se toma una ducha!
- Tell me mummy, tell me what is it?
- Dime mamá, dime ¿qué es?
- It’s a completely pink butterfly!
- ¡Es una mariposa toda de color rosa!
- Tell me mummy, tell me what is it?
- It’s Mifú the cat who has left
- Dime mamá, dime ¿qué es?
for Peru!
- ¡Es el gato Mifú que se marcha a Perú!
(Repeated)
The best way to help your child here will be to listen to the story in Spanish and point
to the appropriate caption in the book. Add a picture of a bee, a fly and a ladybird to your
‘wall collection’ and practise the words when you can.
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5 – En la playa (On the beach) pages 32-33
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 46): The beautiful castle - Story in Spanish.
A little boy is on a beach, building a sand castle. Everyone says it is beautiful. It is hot and the little boy goes to
sleep. Tina and Mifú keep an eye on the castle and suddenly they see the tide coming in! Wake up! All three
work hard to protect the castle, but after one big wave, it collapses and disappears. They all go and buy an ice
cream. Guess which flavour?
1. Un niño está en la playa en España. Construye un castillo grande.
2. Pantalones cortos, camiseta, sombrero, gafas y su crema del sol.
3. Un cubito, una pala y un rastrillo. ¡El castillo bonito! Ah ¡Qué bonito!
4. Hace calor. ¡Despierta! ¡Despierta!
5. ¡Ah! ¡Qué lástima!
6. ¡Un helado de chocolate por favor!
Song: (Track 47)
- Un barco en el mar, el mar en calma y hace bueno
Un barco en el mar.
Dos barcos en el mar, el mar en calma y hace bueno
Dos barcos en el mar.
Tres barcos en el mar, el mar en calma y hace bueno
Tres barcos en el mar.
Cuatro barcos en el mar, el mar en calma y hace bueno
Cuatro barcos en el mar.
Cinco barcos en el mar, el mar en calma y hace bueno
Cinco barcos en el mar.
1. Here is a little boy on a beach, in
Spain. He is building a big castle.
2. Shorts, T-shirt, a hat, sunglasses
and his sun cream.
3. A bucket, a spade and a rake.
The beautiful castle! Oh how
beautiful!
4. It’s hot. Wake up! Wake up!
5. Mifú, Tina and the little boy.
Oh! What a pity!
6. A chocolate ice cream, please!
One boat floating on the sea
The sea is calm and the weather
is lovely.
One boat floating on the sea.
Two boats floating on the sea,
the sea is calm and the weather
is lovely.
Two boats floating on the sea.
Three boats …..
Four boats ….
Five boats floating on the sea,
the sea is calm and the weather
is lovely.
Five boats floating on the sea.
Cat 2 (Track 48) Listen and circle the odd one out.
This is a listening activity. All words end with the sound ‘o’ except one.
Cat 3
(Track 49) Listen and choose the correct way to the beach.
At home, your child could make up a new route (at Cat 3) to get to the beach.
Say the Spanish words as you go along!
At the end of this module, your child should be fairly well equipped to perform some of the following
in Spanish:
• Making friends with someone on the beach.
• Asking someone to come and play.
• Asking for or recognising things on the beach: bucket, rake, spade.
• Playing at picking up shells or jumping and falling (!) in the water (saying it in Spanish).
• Describing what they are wearing and should be wearing in the sun.
• Asking for a chocolate ice cream.
Quite an achievement for a 5/6 year old!
Otoño – Autumn – Part 2
1 – ¡Hola! (Hi!) page 34
Cat 1 Song (Track 50)
- ¡Buenos días! ¿Cómo te llamas?... ¿Cómo te llamas?...
(Repeated)
Good morning. Good morning.
What’s your name?
Circle ‘Me llamo’ every time you see it in the text.
Cat 2 Recognise the characters, fill in the boxes with the appropriate numbers.
Cat 3 Colour the boxes containing the word Mifú in red.
The lessons will reinforce the main objectives of the first Autumn module, Part 1, and introduce two
new characters.
At Cat 2, encourage your child to say the names of all the characters and the numbers in Spanish.
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2 – En Madrid (In Madrid) page 35
Cat 1 (Track 51)
Listen and point to all the different modes of transport – a car, a bus, a plane, a train, a boat.
(Track 52) Look at the Palacio Real and buy a ticket.
(Track 53) Count the steps to reach Carmen and Pedro.
Song(Track 54)
- Ven a Madrid, ven a Madrid
Ven a visitar la capital
En barco
Coche
Avión
Autobús
Y tren
Come to Madrid, come to Madrid
Come and visit the capital
By boat, by car, by plane,
by bus,
by train.
Play “Who will reach Pedro and Carmen first?” with your child.
Throw a dice in turn, and using tokens, go up the ladder beside the Palacio Real.
3 – La gimnasia de Mifú (Mifú’s workout) page 36
Cat 1Circle ‘marcha’ every time you see it in the text.
Cat 2 Circle the odd one out.
Cat 3 (Track 55) Who is hiding where? Link the character to his/her hiding place.
This second year is particularly useful for reinforcing vocabulary previously introduced.
Children need the repetition in order to feel confident. Play the CD as often as you can!
Enjoy the songs from last year, such as Tracks 5, 9, 13, 15 or 19.
4 – Viaje en globo (A balloon trip) page 37
Cat 1 Trace over the dots to complete the words. Say the Spanish for the different places and choose
where you want to go.
Cat 2 Colour five apples in red, Sergio in yellow, three leaves in brown.
Your child is not expected to learn to spell at this stage! He/she simply starts to
recognise written words in preparation for the next programme. Encourage him/her to look
at Spanish words in their book.
5 – Una excursión al parque (A stroll in the park) page 38
Cat 1
Cat 2
A short story told during the lesson. The four pictures need to be placed in sequence.
Count and add up in Spanish!
Enjoy a few simple additions in Spanish with your child.
Invierno – Winter – Part 2
1 – Cumpleaños feliz (Happy Birthday) page 39
Cat 1
Word recognition – add the correct/missing letters to complete the words.
Cat 2 Song (Track 56)
- Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis – ¿cuántos años tienes?
Tengo cinco años. Tengo seis años.
¡Yo soy grande!
Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis – ¿cuántos años tienes?
Tengo cinco años. Tengo seis años.
¡Yo soy grande!
¡Yo tengo siete años!
Song(Track 57)
- ¡Cumpleaños feliz! ¡Cumpleaños feliz!
¡Te deseamos todos! ¡Cumpleaños feliz!
One, two, three, four, five.
How old are you?
I am five. I am six.
Me, I am big!
One, two, three, four, five.
How old are you?
I am five. I am six.
Me, I am big!
Me, I am seven!
Happy birthday!
Use Track 57 on the CD and practise singing ‘Happy birthday’ in Spanish.
Enjoy the song on Track 56 too!
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2 – ¿Dónde vives? (Where do you live?) page 40
Cat 1 Song (Track 58)
- ¿Dónde vives Mifú? ¿Dónde vives?
Vivo en una casa. (x2)
Where do you live Mifú? Where do
you live? I live in a house. (x2)
¿Dónde vives Pájaro? ¿Dónde vives?
Vivo en un árbol. (x2)
Where do you live Bird? Where do
you live? I live in a tree. (x2)
¿Dónde vives Princesa? ¿Dónde vives?
Vivo en un castillo. (x2)
Where do you live Princess? Where do
you live? I live in a castle. (x2)
¿Dónde vives Oruga? ¿Dónde vives?
Vivo en una hoja. (x2)
Where do you live Caterpillar? Where
do you live? I live on a leaf. (x2)
¿Dónde vives Caracol? ¿Dónde vives?
Vivo en una concha. (x2)
Where do you live Snail? Where do
you live? I live in a shell. (x2)
Cat 2
Colour the boxes containing the word ‘luna’ in yellow.
Play Track 58 on the CD. Pause just before some Spanish words such as the characters, the animals, the
places where they live. Encourage your child to say the Spanish words before continuing with the song.
3. La niña y los cuatro osos (The little girl and the four bears) page 41
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 59)
1. Hace frío y hace viento. La niña entra en la casa de los cuatro osos.
2. ¡Oh, una camisa! ¡Mmm, es demasiado grande!
¡Qué lástima!
3. ¡Ah, un zapato! ¡Mmm, es demasiado grande!
¡Qué lástima!
4. ¡Una falda! ¡Oh, es demasiado pequeña! ¡Qué lástima!
5. ¡Ah, un vestido! ¡Ah, es perfecto!
6. ¡Ah! ¿Quién es?
Los cuatro osos. ¿Quién es?
¡Oh, me voy a casa!
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-
-
-
-
It’s cold and windy. The little girl
enters the house of the four bears.
Ah a shirt! Oh, it’s too big! What
a pity!
Ah a shoe! Oh, it’s too big! What
a pity!
A skirt! Oh, it’s too small! What a
pity!
Ah a dress! Ah, it’s perfect!
Ah! Who’s there? The four bears.
Who’s there? Oh! I’m going home!
Encourage your child to listen to the story on Track 59.
4 – El caballo gris y el pato blanco (The grey horse and the white duck) page 42
Cat 1
Find the six mistakes. Answers in Spanish!
Encourage your child to keep his/her book up to date and something he/she can be proud of.
5 – Los tres cerditos (The three little pigs) page 43
Cat 1 Mini story (Track 60)
1. Los tres cerditos están en la casa.
2. El lobo busca en el salón.
¡Un cerdito! Hmm, ¡tengo hambre! Quisiera un cerdito.
3. El lobo busca en la cocina.
¡Dos cerditos! Hmm, ¡tengo hambre! Quisiera dos cerditos.
4. El lobo busca en el dormitorio.
¡Tres cerditos! Hmm, ¡tengo hambre! Quisiera tres cerditos.
5. ¡El lobo entra por la ventana! ¡Los tres cerditos se esconden!
6. El viento sopla, sopla, sopla y se lleva al lobo.
Song(Track 61)
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Tres cerditos
Están en casa.
Cerditos
Cerditos
¡Cuidado!
¡El lobo busca en el salón! (spoken)
¡El lobo busca en la cocina! (spoken)
¡El lobo busca en el dormitorio! (spoken)
1. The three little pigs are in the house.
2. The wolf looks into the living room.
A little pig! Hmm! I’m hungry.
I would like a little pig.
3. The wolf looks into the kitchen.
Two little pigs! Hmm. I’m hungry.
I would like two little pigs.
4. The wolf looks into the bedroom.
Three little pigs. Hmm. I’m hungry.
I would like three little pigs.
5. The wolf climbs through the window!
The three little pigs hide!
6. The wind blows, blows, blows and
carries the wolf away.
Three little pigs
Are in the house
Little pigs,
Little pigs,
Look out!
The wolf looks into the lounge,
into the kitchen, into the
bedroom.
Listen to the story together and stop the CD before the last picture (point 6) to keep the
suspense going until your child’s next lesson!
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Primavera/verano - Spring/Summer – Part 2
1 – En el bosque (In the forest) page 44
Cats 1&2
Colour the snakes – 3 in green, 5 in blue and 2 in yellow. Pablo passes between the trees, trying
to avoid the snakes. Trace his path in order to reach Carmen. How many snakes are there?
Cat 3 Colour the boxes containing the word árbol in grey.
Sing ‘Un conejo’ once again (Tracks 34 & 35). Adapt the song and use other
animals – ‘Una serpiente se esconde en el bosque’ (a snake is hiding in the forest).
2 – En la granja (On the farm) page 45
Cat 1
Cat 2
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Add the letters to complete the words.
Song (Track 62)
El granjero en su prado
Ohe ohe.
El granjero en su prado
Quisiera
............
Quisiera
Quisiera
............
Quisiera
Quisiera
............
Quisiera
Quisiera
The farmer’s in his den
...
I would like a sheep, a chick,
a cow, a horse, a duck, a rabbit,
a pig
una oveja
un pollito
una vaca
un caballo
un pato
un conejo
un cerdo
Play Track 62. Help your child to point to each animal in the book, page 45 Cat 2.
3 – La alfombra mágica (The magic carpet) page 46
Cat 1 Draw the same pictures over the words.
Cat 2 Draw or stick and colour characters that you know on Tina’s carpet.
Say their name in Spanish.
Song (Track 63)
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Ven a jugar por favor
En la alfombra mágica
Vamos ya a volar a Nicaragua
Vamos a Nicaragua
Come and play, please
On the magic carpet
Let’s go and fly to Nicaragua
We are going to Nicaragua.
Ven a jugar por favor
En la alfombra mágica
Vamos ya a saltar
Vamos a hacer gimnasia.
Come and play, please
On the magic carpet
Let’s go and jump
And do a work out.
Encourage your child to talk to you about what he/she is learning and doing in Spanish.
4 – Pablo y las abejas (Teddy bear and the bees) page 47
Cat 1 Board game. Say hello in Spanish if you land on a character. Say who it is. Miss a turn if you land on
the bees and count them in Spanish.
Cat 2 (Track 64) Count and find the numbers.
At home, play the board game. You can commence from any direction.
5. Adiós (Goodbye) page 48
Cat 1 These drawings are hiding on the pages of your book. Can you find them?
Cat 2 Dot to dot first. Then listen (Track 65) to who is saying goodbye and link the character
to its name.
Together, refer back to all the previous pages of the Activity book and recall some of
the stories your child enjoyed most over the last two years.
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