First week was about routine and social environment. My eldest son can read and he understood what he read. My second son reads slowly, but I helped him and he could understand. Near the end of each session I read aloud to see if my little girls would understand as well and they did.
Here are some of her drawings:
Drawing 1, she is getting up. #2 she is brushing her teeth, #3 making her bed, #4 (my drawing and her coloring) school time, #4 meal time and #5 play time.
We had a Snowy day, it was a good one. So, I put my snow hat and gloves and play with my kids. After playing we did some Lectura en Español time, which brought a new guessing game called Oso Pardo, Oso Pardo, ¿qué es lo que ves?
On the last session of the week we put together Nuestro Horario. I made labels for each activity. Every label had the pronouns Yo, El/Ella y Nosotros. (I am planning to add more pronouns as they get familiar with the written and spoken words and verbs).
Then I made a game out of it. They had to choose a card, read it, (I read for the 6 and 5 year old kids), and they had to match each card to a picture. They did it without a problem!
My suspicion was confirmed they do understand Spanish!
And our final work of art is here.
It fits perfectly the time change right? Eventually the time will be added, perhaps when we adjust to it. For now, that is how my week looks like.