Elementary Spanish/Vocabulary

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Local sights[edit]

  • Prospect Park
- Long Meadow
- swan lake
- Third Street Playground
- Picnic House
- barbecue area
- Baseball diamonds
- Dog "beach" area
- Carousel
- Concert Grove
- Bandshell
  • Flatbush Ave
  • Carlton Ave
  • Vanderbilt Ave
  • Underhill Ave
  • Washington Ave
  • Grand Ave
  • Atlantic Ave
  • Pacific St
  • Dean St
  • Bergen St
  • St Marks Ave
  • Prospect Pl
  • Park Pl
  • Sterling Pl
  • St Johns Pl
  • Lincoln Pl
  • Eastern Parkway
  • Butler Pl
  • PS 9 - The Teunis Bergen School
  • International High School at Prospect Heights
  • Underhill playground

Unit 1 - Family 1[edit]

Lesson 1[edit]
  • She
  • He
  • His
  • Hers
  • is
  • family
  • mom
  • dad
  • brother
  • sister
  • daughter
  • son
Lesson 2[edit]
  • older
  • younger
  • bigger
  • smaller
  • phone
  • number
  • day
  • month
  • year
Lesson 3[edit]
  • "goes to" (as in, 'My child goes to PS9')
  • sports
  • soccer
  • baseball
  • basketball
  • track/running
  • married
  • siblings

Unit 2 - Jobs[edit]

Lesson 1[edit]
  • own business
  • office worker
  • small business
  • big company
  • student
  • restaurant
  • home maker
  • Brooklyn
  • Bronx
  • Staten Island
  • Manhattan
  • Queens
  • like
  • don't like
  • comfortable
  • not comfortable
Lesson 2[edit]
  • sweeper
  • paper passer
  • Home work organizer
  • Door
  • Monitor
  • Art center
  • Writing center
  • technology
Lesson 3[edit]
  • subway
  • car
  • bus
  • bike
  • minutes
  • traffic
  • get
  • Which ___ do you take?

Unit 3 - Family 2[edit]

Lesson 1[edit]
  • Africa
  • America
  • Asia
  • Australia
  • Europe
  • continent
  • here
  • there
  • area
  • country
  • state
Lesson 2[edit]
  • grandma
  • grandpa
  • step-sister
  • step-brother
  • aunt
  • uncle
  • nephew
  • niece
  • cousin
Lesson 3[edit]
  • motivated
  • inspired
  • reasons
  • visit
  • live
  • months
  • years
  • landmarks

Unit 4 - Education[edit]

Lesson 1[edit]
  • school
  • elementary school
  • high school
  • university
  • home school / parent-taught
  • class
  • was
  • were
Lesson 2[edit]
  • grades
  • first
  • second
  • third
  • fourth
  • fifth
  • sixth
  • seventh
  • eighth
  • ninth
  • tenth
  • eleventh
  • twelfth
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Social studies
  • science
  • math
  • art
  • gym
  • pet
  • hamster
  • guinea pig
  • process
  • "words"
  • meta-cognition
Lesson 3[edit]
  • degree
  • associate degree
  • bachelor degree
  • masters degree
  • doctoral degree
  • vocational school
  • professional degree
  • skills
  • reading
  • writing
  • projects
  • independent
  • team work
  • preference

Unit 5 - Weekend Plans[edit]

Lesson 1[edit]
  • want
  • doing
  • going
  • weekend
  • what
  • where
  • cooking
  • or
  • eating out
  • will
Lesson 2[edit]
  • park
  • playground
  • movies
  • play date
  • pool
  • beach
  • friend's house
  • want
  • go
  • play
  • read
  • watch tv
  • draw
  • write
  • vegetables
  • meat
  • pasta
  • bread
  • rice
  • eggs
  • fruit
Lesson 3[edit]
  • bar
  • drinking
  • dancing
  • karaoke
  • trivia
  • running
  • bike riding
  • friends
  • girlfriend
  • boyfriend
  • coworker
  • cost
  • dollars
  • cents

Unit 6 - Holiday planning[edit]

Lesson 1[edit]
  • cooking
  • presents
  • visiting
  • traveling
  • celebrate
Lesson 2[edit]
  • decorate
  • should
  • would
  • holiday
  • home
  • house
  • apartment
  • _____'s house
  • restaurant
Lesson 3[edit]
  • growing up
  • community
  • house of worship
  • candle
  • tree
  • pray


People in School[edit]

  • Teacher
  • Student
  • Administrator
  • Principal
  • Nurse
  • Guard
  • Coach

Jobs[edit]

  • estudiante
  • maestro/a
  • enfermero/a
  • bombero/a
  • artista
  • bibliotecario/a

Family[edit]

  • el padre
  • la madre
  • el abuelo
  • la tia - la sobrina
  • el tio - el sobrino
  • la abuela - nieto, nieta

Weather words[edit]

  • hay lluvia
  • hay nieve
  • hay viento
  • hay neblina
  • hay nubes
  • hay relampago
  • hay truenos
  • hay humedad

Colors[edit]

  • ¿Qué color es
  • blanco
  • negro
  • rojo
  • azul
  • amarillo
  • verde
  • gris
  • anaranjado

Color book for pre-reading children Wikijunior:Colors

Personal belongings[edit]

  • Pick up your ____
  • Take out your ____
  • Use your ____
  • jacket
  • backpack
  • notebook
  • school book
  • pencil
  • pen
  • marker

Gender and third person[edit]

  • Es un hombre.
  • Es una mujer.
  • Es una niña.
  • Es un niño.
  • his
  • hers
  • theirs

Introducción (Wikiotics picture choice lesson)

Género_en_español (Wikiotics picture choice lesson)

Related ENGLISH Lessons[edit]

Gender + personal pronoun matching (Wikiotics audio lesson) (English lesson model)

School subjects[edit]

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Social studies
  • Science
  • Math
  • Gym
  • Recess

Parts of a school[edit]

  • Entrance
  • bathroom
  • classroom
  • gymnasium
  • cafeteria
  • administration office
  • nurse's office
  • staircase
  • hallway
  • yard

Classroom objects and locations[edit]

  • desk
  • black/white board
  • pencil sharpener
  • door
  • sink
  • bookcase

Days of the week[edit]

  • ¿Qué día es?
  • Hoy es ____
  • lunes
  • martes
  • miércoles
  • jueves
  • viernes
  • sábado
  • domingo

Feelings[edit]

  • Hola
  • Buenos días
  • Buenas tardes
  • Buenas noches
  • ¿Cómo está?
  • Yo estoy ____
  • Yo estoy bien
  • Yo estoy mal
  • Yo estoy triste
  • Yo estoy feliz
  • ¿y tú?
  • Adiós

Numbers[edit]

1. uno

2. dos

3. tres

4. cuatro

5. cinco

6. seis

7. siete

8. ocho

9. nueve

10. diez

11. once

12. doce

13. trece

14. catorce

15. quince

16. dieciséis

17. diecisiete

18. dieciocho

19. diecinueve

20. veinte

21. veintiuno

22. veintidós

23. veintitrés

24. veinticuatro

25. veinticinco

26. veintiséis

27. veintisiete

28. veintiocho

29. veintinueve

30. treinta

31. treinta y uno

32. treinta y dos

33. treinta y tres

40. cuarenta

41. cuarenta y uno

42. cuarenta y dos

50. cincuenta

60. sesenta

70. setenta

80. ochenta

90. noventa

100. ciento

101. ciento uno

102. ciento dos

103. ciento tres

110. ciento diez

199. ciento noventa y nueve

200. doscientos

201. doscientos uno

202. doscientos dos

203. doscientos tres

251. doscientos cincuenta y uno

252. doscientos cincuenta y dos

300. trescientos

400. cuatrocientos

500. quinientos

600. seiscientos

700. setecientos

800. ochocientos

900. novecientos

1.000. mil

2.000. dos mil

3.000. tres mil

3.333. tres mil trescientos treinta y tres

1.000.000. un millón

1.000.000.000. mil millones

Vocabulary in need of pictures[edit]

democracy

election

vote

candidate

September

October

November

chilly night

long night

lingering summer heat

Thanksgiving

gardening

vacation

roadtrip

summer

hardware store

June

July

August

hot

short night

slow day

muggy