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The ability to communicate in more than one language is a skill required for living in the global environment. Spanish earns its place in the national curriculum of Trinidad and Tobago as it is the fastest growing language in the Western Hemisphere that has strong historical and cultural ties to our nation. A great degree of emphasis is therefore placed on the Spanish language in the Primary School Spanish Curriculum of the Ministry of Education.

The content of the Spanish Curriculum for Primary Schools employs a model within which functional Spanish is taught using language and language-related experiences. The programme is designed to create enthusiasm, excitement and love for language study among early learners. It focuses primarily on spoken language with emphasis on the use of Spanish in relation to their own lives. The student therefore develops an awareness of how language affects culture and vice versa.

Students will grow in confidence as they learn to recognize the different aspects of the belief systems of speakers of Spanish. They become increasingly aware of the ways in which these systems are expressed through language and cultural practices. As they compare and contrast different beliefs and cultural practices, including their own, they understand more about themselves and by extension, more about others.

Languages and culture play a key role in developing personal, group, national, and human identities. An additional language is one of the most sought after skills of the 21st century. Oral, written, and visual forms of language link us to the past and give us access to new and different streams of thought, beliefs and cultural practices. By learning an additional language and its related culture, the student gains the following advantages:

  • Greater appreciation for and understanding of culture and the interrelationship between culture and language
  • A deeper understanding of how closely related are languages and cultures
  • An extension of both linguistic and cultural understanding
  • An ability to interact appropriately with speakers of other languages
  • The ability to generally interact in/with a new language
  • New ways of thinking about, questioning and interpreting the world and their place in the world
  • The acquisition of knowledge, skills and attitudes that equip one for living in and among a world of diverse people, languages and cultures through interaction; and,
  • An increased understanding of one’s own language and culture. 



  • Spanish website with practical exercises

  • Spanish website with practical exercises

  • Calico Spanish for Kids

  1. Say “Hello” and “Goodbye” in Spanish


  • Spanish Greetings for Kids

  • How to say Hello and Goodbye in Spanish - One Minute Spanish for Latin America Lesson 1

  • Spanish Kids 1- Chico & Chica (Hello, Goodbye, Hola, Adios)

  • Preschool Spanish lesson for kids: "Hola" greeting, answer "What's your name?

  1. Introducing Oneself


  • How to Introduce Yourself in Spanish

  • Self-Introduction in Spanish

  • Lesson 1: How to Introduce Yourself in Spanish

  • How to Introduce Yourself


  • Live Worksheets: Introducing Yourself (Teacher Resource)

  • Introduce Yourself in Spanish (Game) – (Teacher Resource)

  • Introduce Yourself Worksheet (Teacher Resource)

  1. What’s Your Name?


  • Basic conversation in Spanish – What’s your name?

  • What’s your Name?


  • Live Worksheets: What is Your Name? (Teacher Resource)$_ce1517338ce

  1. Where Do You Live?


  • ¿Dónde vives?- Describing Where You Live?

  • How to Say in Spanish- Where do You Live?

  • How Do You Say 'Where Do You Live' In Spanish

  1. Family Members


  • Family Members in Spanish - Vocabulary

  • Members of the Family in Spanish

  • Family Members

  • Family Members in Spanish for Children

  • Family in Spanish

  1. I am a Boy/I am a Girl


  • I Am a Boy/Girl in Spanish

  1. Classroom Objects


  • Learn School Objects in Spanish plus Activities (Teachers and Students)

  • School supplies in Spanish

  • What’s in my School Bag?

  • Theme "School" - School, School Subjects, School Supplies

  • Classroom Objects in Spanish: List + Sentences

  • Classroom Objects in Spanish

  • "In the Classroom"

  • Classroom Objects


  • Classroom Objects in Spanish: List and Sentences (with Audio) – (Teacher Resource)

  • Classroom Objects and Back to School Vocabulary Spanish Class Activities- (Teacher Resource)

  1. Counting from 1 - 10


  • Numbers 1-10 in Spanish

  • How to Count in Spanish Números de 0 a 10

  • Counting In Spanish 1-10 | Jack Hartmann

  • Count to ten in Spanish: ¡Cuenten conmigo!

  • Learn How to Count to Ten in Spanish

  1. Identifying pets


  • Pets in Spanish

  • Animals in Spanish

  • Animal Names in Spanish for Kids

  • Pets for kids in Spanish - Sound and Names

  • Learn words for Different Pets in Spanish! (Teacher Resource)


  • Spanish Tienes Mascotas Worksheet (Teacher Resource)

  • Domestic Animals and Pets in Spanish: Listening Practice (Teacher Resource)

  • Learn Animals in Spanish Worksheets (Teacher Resource)

  1. Expressing Courtesies


  • "Hola" Greeting, Answer "What's your Name?"

  • Good Manners in Spanish

  • Spanish Greetings for Kids

  • Good Morning + I Learn Spanish (Greetings in Spanish)

  • Hola! Basic Introductions & Greetings in Spanish

  • Learn Spanish- English Good Manners / Buenos Modales for Children

  • Basic Greetings in Spanish: Greeting Others and Introducing Yourself

  • Buenos Modales - How to be Polite in Spanish

  • Useful Phrases for Beginners (Teacher Resource)

  • Polite Expressions in Spanish

  • Las Palabras Mágicas (Song)

  • Cuento Palabras Mágicas niños

  1. Saying “Yes” or “No” in Spanish


  • Say “Yes” and “No” in Spanish

  • Spanish 5: Saying Yes and No

  • Spanish - Lesson 7: Saying Yes and No

  • Lesson 22: Yes/No Questions in Spanish (Listen and Repeat)- (Teacher Resource)

  • Using Teacher Cards to practice Answers to Yes/No questions (Teacher Resource)

  • Yes/No Questions in Spanish | Spanish Lessons (Teacher Resource)

  • Lesson 21: How to Ask Yes/No Questions in Spanish (Teacher Resource)

  1. Classroom Instructions


  • Classroom Language in Spanish

  • Vocabulary with BASHO & FRIENDS - 60 Second Spanish - Classroom Phrases

  • Spanish Lesson 14: Classroom Commands

  • Spanish Lesson 15: Classroom Commands

  • Spanish Classroom Instructions for Teachers and Students

  • Classroom Commands in Spanish (Teacher Resource)


  • Classroom Instructions Word Grid Spanish / Español

  • Learning Spanish Resources (Teacher Resource)

  • Calico Spanish Resources (Teacher Resource)

  • Classroom Commands in Spanish (Teacher Resource)

  • Basic Spanish Classroom Commands (Quiz)

  1. Responding to Compliments/ Greetings


  • Learn Spanish - Thank You & You're Welcome in Spanish

  • Thank you- Gracias | A Thanksgiving Song

  • Gracias/Thanks Read Aloud By: Pat Mora

  • Spanish Lesson for Children - "Hola Hola" (Scene & Song)

  • How to Give Compliments to Someone in Spanish (Teacher Resource)

  • Useful Phrases for Beginners

  • 13 Easy Spanish Phrases & Words for Kids (Teacher Resource)

  • Learn the Top 25 Must-Know Spanish Phrases!

  • Learn Spanish Kids "Greetings" (English to Spanish)


  • Spanish Playground (Teacher Resource)

  • Happy Birthday


  • Happy Birthday Song in Spanish, “Cumpleanos Feliz!”

  • Happy Birthday (Spanish Version)

  • “Cumpleanos Feliz!”

  • Happy Birthday Song in Spanish & English translation lyrics

  1. How Old Are You? Your Age


  • Asking “How Old Are You” in Spanish

  • Asking "How Old Are You" in Spanish (Teacher Resource)

  • ¿Cuántos años tienes? RLRA

  • ¿Cuántos años tienes? How Old are You?

  • How to Ask "How Old Are You" in Spanish

  • Learn Spanish Lesson 4 - How to ask Age? and Answer

  • How to Tell Your Age + I Speak Spanish

  • How old are you? - ¿Cuántos años tienes?

  1. How Are You? Ask and Answer


  • How to say “How are you” in Spanish

  • Como Estas Song

  • 6 answers to ¿Cómo estás?

  • Spanish Lesson: 4 ways to ask "How are you?" in Spanish

  • Emotions in Spanish, ¿Cómo Estás? ~ Level 1 | Mi Camino Spanish

  • Basic Conversation in Spanish - How Are You

  • How to Say (Hi how are you) In Spanish

  • How to answer "How are you?" in Spanish

  • Learn the Top 10 Responses to "How are you?" in Spanish (Teacher Resource)

  • How are you? In Spanish || Responder ¿Cómo estás? en español.

  • 6 Ways to answer “¿Cómo estás?” (FREE Video + activity sheet) (Teacher Resource)

  • ¿Cómo estás? en Ingles / How are you? (Repaso)- (Teacher Resource)

  1. Identify the Parts of the Body


  • Human Body Parts for Children

  • Parts of the Body in Spanish

  • Learn the Body Parts in Spanish: El Cuerpo (The Body)

  • Learn the Body Parts in SPANISH

  • Body Parts, Family & Feelings

  • Spanish for Beginners - Parts of the Body (Teacher Resource)

  1. Where do I Live?


  • Where I live in Spanish

  • ¿Dónde vives?- Describing Where You Live

  • ‘Where do you live?’ ¿Dónde vives? Topic in Spanish-Flashcards

  • ¿Dónde vives? (Where do you live?)- {Teacher Resource)

  • Learn Spanish - Talking about where you live (Teacher Resource)

  • Parts of the City in Spanish for Children

  1. Transport Types


  • Means of Transport for Children

  • Means of Transport in English and Spanish for kids

  • Transportation

  • Types of Transport in Spanish

  • Medios de transporte from Spanish Playground

  • Transport in Spanish

  • Means of Transportation (Teacher Resource)

  1. Places in the Community


  • Places in Town in Spanish

  • Directions in Spanish

  • Parts of the City in Spanish for Children

  • Places in our Community (Lesson)

  • How to Describe Common Places in Town in Spanish - Los Lugares (Teacher Resource)

  • Spanish listening activity: En la ciudad | In the city

  • Places around town (Spanish vocab video)

  • Mi Barrio - Describing your Neighborhood

  • Lesson #55 (Places)

  • Lugares (Places) - Vocabulary Words for Kindergarten Spanish Class by Mrs. Harris

  • Spanish Community Vocabulary with B&F (Song)

  • Community Themes in Spanish

  • La Comunidad - The City

  • Community Helpers in Spanish


  • Spanish Community Words- Flashcards (Teacher Resource)

  • Spanish City Vocabulary for Kids (Teacher Resource)

  1. The School


  • Parts of the School in Spanish! Vocabulary for Children

  • The School (Spanish for kids)

  • The school (Classroom Subjects)

  • La Escuela

  • School vocabulary in Spanish

  • School Subjects

  • Learn to Meet and Introduce a New Friend in Spanish

  • My Friends in Spanish (Español) Read Aloud

  • Spanish Greetings, Friends & Family Vocabularyñol)

  1. Fruits


  • Fruits in Spanish and English

  • Learn the Names of Fruits in Spanish with Mr Oopy

  • Learning the Fruit in Spanish

  • Fruits in Spanish for Children


  • Teaching Fruits to Kids in Spanish (Teacher Resource)

  1. Colors


  • Learn the Colors

  • Learn the Colors in English and Spanish

  • Colors in Spanish

  • Colors in Spanish for Kids

  • Los Colores en Español e Inglés (Colors in Spanish and English)

  • Spanish for Kids | Colors, colors - ¡Colores, colores! (Song)

  • ¿De qué color? Spanish song for kids: What color is it?

  • ¡La Canción de Los Colores! (Learn the Colors!)


  • Colors Worksheets (Teacher Resource)

  • Colors is Spanish- Worksheet (Teacher Resource)

  • Colors in Spanish: Free Learning Printables (Teacher Resource)

  1. Greetings: Happy Fathers’ Day, Happy Mothers’ Day


  • How Do You Say ‘Happy Father’s Day’ In Spanish-Feliz

  • How Do You Say ‘Happy Mother's Day' In Spanish

  • How to say Happy Fathers’ Day in Spanish

  • How to say "Happy Mother's Day" In Spanish

  • How to say ''Happy Mother's Day'' in Spanish and French

  • Happy Mother's Day! (Kids Celebrate their Moms)


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