Laguna has also been working on actions to tie in with the ongoing movement theme in their main classroom. One activity the students especially enjoyed was filling out their own profile of things they like and don't like to do, after which I read the profiles and they tried to guess which person it was. We have also done surveys to ask each other if we like or don't like to do a particular action and practice the vocabulary in context.
Lago continues to tell hilarious stories and apply our core vocabulary to reading, writing and speaking. Recent morning meetings have talked about fun and strange customs for celebrating Carnival and Valentine's Day in different Spanish-speaking countries so ask your child what they remember from those discussions.
Cielo has been telling their stories as well and doing a lot of interactive and group activities using core vocabulary. For Valentine's Day they illustrated Spanish proverbs about love and friendship such as "Mejor solo que mal acompañado" (Better alone than in the wrong company) and "Amor con amor se paga" (Love is paid back with love).