Sunday, May 26, 2013

Bilingual tip: Miniature sound objects for Spanish Alphabet

Here is one thing I decided to do to keep bi-literacy at my home.
Since most of the consonant letters (not vowels!) have the same sound in English and Spanish, I decided to introduced the letters in Spanish.  Here are the letters that I have already covered with their corresponding initial sound objects.  I am always on the look out for more! I will be posting pictures as we keep on learning.
A: Azul (anillo), arroz, abeja, anillo, araña, a, avión

U: uvas, unicornio, uvas pasas, u, uno

I: inodoro, ibis, iguana, iglú, imán, i, isla

E: elefante, embudo, escudo, espejo, e, escarabajo, estatua de la libertad, escoba

O: oruga, olla, oro, obeja, ojo, oso, o

P: perro, pila, pingüino, p, perfume, pez, paraguas, piedra

M: mesa, manzana, maleta, medicina, mariquita, mariposa, muñeca, m

T: tucán, trapero, trompeta, t, tres, tortuga, tostador, tijeras

L: libro, limón, L./lego, l, leña, leche, lagartija, lavamanos

S: sello, soya, semillas, saxofón , s, sartén, sapo, sol

V: velita, V./vasija, vagón, volcán, v, vaso, vaca, violín

B: brújula, bicicleta, bus, b, bolsa,  bañera, búho

N: nuez, niño, naipe, n, nota musical, naranja, nave espacial

F: flores, fuego, flamingo, f, fresa, flor, fantasma, foco

N: ñamdu, ñame (not so lucky finding these ones!)

D: dulce, dinosaurio, delfín, d, diamante, dinero (dólar), dona. 


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