Extra Curriculum Day 35

Spanish 1
Hay (There is, There are)

The word “Hay” in Spanish has two meanings: “there is” and “there are.” Click through the slides above to understand the two meanings. Practice saying phrase in Spanish. You can use the English to Spanish Translation link below to hear the audio in Spanish. Enter the English version in the translator to hear it in Spanish. Practice writing each phrase using Lined Paper. Read more about using Hay in Spanish.

  1. English to Spanish Translation
  2. Hay in Spanish
  3. Lined Paper
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HTML Coding

XHTML stands for EXtensible HyperText Markup Language. XHTML is almost the same as HTML, only it is more stricter coding and is supported by all internet browsers. Read more about XHTML.

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Healthy Living
Recognizing Unhealthy Foods

The colorful, fun packing of Cocoa Puffs, Fruit Loops and Fruity Pebbles really make these packaged cereals tempting; however these cereals are full of unhealthy ingredients. Click to the next slide to learn about some more healthier cereal choices. Read more breakfast cereals.

  1. Breakfast Cereals
  2. Granola
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