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Spanish Kindergarten: Maestra Blizzard-Thompson

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Learn the Spanish alphabet and vowels with BASHO and FRIENDS
Cancion de los numeros
Buenos Dias Song
Numbers 0-31 Song
Numbers 0-100
El Mono Silabo - practice reading syllables and words
Maestra DeEsteva's Spanish Stories Channel
Just Books Read Aloud

Learn to Read with Grin (mobile app): Android and Apple

Unite for Literacy - Books online
(To access Spanish titles, you need to change the pencil icon and change the written language and narration language to Spanish.) 


Class Accounts

Scholastic Let's Find Out
Scholastic Reading Club - Book Orders
Kids A-Z

Classroom Wishlist

*Things we can always use to enhance our learning experience*

1. Stickers

2. Small incentive prizes for speaking Spanish 

(Every Friday our students will get to pick out a prize if they spoke Spanish all week long.These could be McDonald's toys, dollar store party favors, stickers, small figurines, bubbles, etc...) 

3. Shelf-stable snacks to share 

(granola bars, applesauce packs, pretzels, etc. for when someone forgets a snack) 

4. Small puzzles (50 pcs. or less) -- without words on them

5. Spanish Books!

(See our Scholastic and Amazon wish lists)

6. Napkins

(Dollar Tree pack for $1 or something similar) 

Morgan Blizzard-Thompson

I am very proud to be the kindergarten Spanish immersion teacher here at Fremont Christian School. 
God led me on an amazing journey to Fremont. I'm originally from Maryland, raised by Michigander parents. I earned a degree in Spanish and ESL from Calvin College, where I had the opportunity to study in Mexico and Spain. After graduating, I worked for three years in community ministry at a multicultural Lutheran church in Baltimore, MD. One of the many hats I wore was that of after school garden club teacher, guiding a small group of elementary students in tending a vegetable patch and exploring nature.
From 2013-2015 I lived in Madrid, Spain, where I assistant-taught English in pre-k through first-grade classes at a bilingual school. My young students always impressed me with the curiosity and imagination they brought to their learning experience. I feel beyond blessed to share a language and culture that I love with my students at FCS.
My husband, Patrick, and I live in Muskegon with our dog Corbin. In our free time we enjoy music, the outdoors, and traveling (or at least dreaming about traveling).