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My Scavenger Hunt!

Overview:

In the webisode “Out on a Limb,” Noah takes flight over the clothesline and gets a “bird’s eye view” of the landscape below. To practice the Spanish vocabulary learned in this webisode, children will go on a scavenger hunt in their homes to find an assortment of items.

Materials:

Preparation:

Print out the My Scavenger Hunt sheet. Hide the clothing listed around the house for your child to find.

Activity:

Wasn’t it funny when Pequeño fell into a sock on the clothesline? After watching “Out on a Limb,” tell your child it’s time for a scavenger hunt to find some clothes you hid and review some Spanish words. Give your child the My Scavenger Hunt sheet and off you go!

Take It Further:

  • You can reinforce your child's knowledge of Spanish words each night. When setting out clothes for the next day with your child, identify each item in Spanish.
  • Encourage your child to translate additional words using a Spanish/English dictionary or online at http://google.com/translate.
  • Print and play the Oh Noah! Memory Card Game for “Out on a Limb” to review the new words learned in this webisode. You can even challenge your child to create new memory cards with additional Spanish terms for colors.
  • You can review all of the words from this webisode’s Match It challenges with the “Out On a Limb” flashcards.
  • Explore How Do you Say…? on the Oh Noah! website.
  • Be a trip detective! While traveling around the city or on a long car trip, challenge your child to identify:
  • the hills (las colinas)
  • the river (el río)
  • the mountain (la montaña)
  • the lake (el lago)
  • the tree (el árbol)
  • the apartment (el apartamento)
  • the house (la casa)
  • the street (la calle)
  • the school (la escuela)
  • the store (la tienda)

Related Video & Games:

Webisode: Games:
  • Match It: Landscape
  • Match It : Clothes
  • You Catch It, You Keep It: "Out on a Limb"
  • Word Race: "Out on a Limb"
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