¡Bienvenidos!
Exploratory Spanish (5th Grade)

La tarea (homework) - Please check Power School for upcoming assignments.  Students should expect to spend about 15 minutes per day on homework.

Spanish Folder - Students in this course receive a folder with resources for the class.  There is a link to some of those resources below.  It is recommended that students use this folder for taking notes, working on assignments, and transporting materials to and from class.  

How families can support language learners - You do not need to know any Spanish to help your student.  Have your student teach you what they are learning, discuss current events that relate to the Spanish-speaking world, and contact me if you need more support or have questions.

Here is a copy of the vocabulary booklet that is in your student's Spanish folder - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MMcMqxLnceFfwEXC-FfxZ0k6hPkW5TynKYRZbB8QZa8/edit?usp=sharing

Need accent marks?  Try this site:





We read Gracias by Pat Mora in class before Thanksgiving and then students wrote what they were thankful for in Spanish.  


2016 Día de los Muertos altar with papel picado, calaveras, and luminarias made by 5th and 7th grade Spanish students. 

Contact Information:
bdentremont@sau88.net
603-448-3056 ext. 3301
I welcome your questions and comments.

If you know of an event in the area or a resource that might be of interest to students learning Spanish, please contact me with the information.

Spanish 1 (7th Grade)
FINAL EXAM - June 5, 6, & 7

La tarea (homework) - Please check Power School for upcoming assignments.  Students will be assigned homework almost every day to practice the vocabulary and skills introduced in class.

¡Avancemos! (textbook) - Visit my.hrw.com to access the online textbook and resources.  

Google Classroom - Google Classrooms have been set up for my 7th grade Spanish classes.  The purpose of this is to increase communication with students and to provide access to important materials and resources.  

How families can support language learners - You do not need to know any Spanish to help your student.  Have your student teach you what they are learning, discuss current events that relate to the Spanish-speaking world, and contact me if you need more support or have questions.

Need accent marks?  Try this site: