Not sure which level is the best fit for your learners?

 

Where will your learners start in their Stories journey? With every subscription, you have access to 100% of the program all the time, but you can use this handy tool to find out what level is right for the children you love!

See where they fit:

Level A: I Am Special
Level B: I Love My Family
Level C: I Live Here
Level D: Welcome to the Farm

Is Level A with Pedro and his amigos too easy for your learners? Find out in three easy steps:


1. Can they complete all of the Learning Goals?

  • I can describe something as blue or yellow.
  • I can identify a monkey or a fish.
  • I can identify the number of objects in a group up to 3.
  • I can begin to identify the days of the week.
  • I can describe the size of something as big or small.
  • I can greet someone, answer basic questions, and give information about myself, including: my name, my age, how I am doing, what I am like and what I like to do.

2. Do they understand everything in the Unit 8 Video Story?

3. Can they successfully complete the Sí, ¡se puede! Assessment?

 


 

Did your learners comprehend everything here? They should start on Level B!

Is Level B with Camilo and his amigos too easy for your learners? Find out in three easy steps:


1. Can they complete all of the Learning Goals?

  • I can begin to talk about the months of the year.
  • I can describe the color of something as brown, black, or white.
  • I can talk about the number of objects in a group, up to six.
  • I can identify a dog, cat, or rabbit.
  • I can tell someone, “I love you.”
  • I can ask and answer the question “How many?”
  • I can ask simple questions to discover what people like.
  • I can talk about my pets.
  • I can react to something I think is cool.
  • I can answer basic questions and give information about my family, including:
    • family words
    • names
    • pets
    • what people are like
    • what others like to do

2. Do they understand everything in the Unit 8 Video Story?

3. Can they successfully complete the Sí, ¡se puede! Assessment?

 


 

Did your learners knock this one out of the park? They should start on Level C!

Are your learners advanced enough to breeze past Level C with Raúl and his amigos? Find out in three easy steps:


1. Can they complete all of the Learning Goals?

  • I can welcome someone to my house.
  • I can describe the color of something green, gray, or red.
  • I can identify a frog or a mouse.
  • I can politely ask for something to eat or drink.
  • I can talk about whether I want or need something.
  • I can say that I’m hungry or thirsty.
  • I can mention some foods and drinks I like or don’t like.
  • I can talk about how I feel.
  • I can mention something someone has to do.
  • I can say whether I want or don’t want to do something.
  • I can mention some things that people do during the day.
  • I can categorize something as a person, place, or thing.
  • I can answer questions and give information about my home and routine, including:
    • making references to time (what time of day it is, what time it is, at what time I do something, that it is time to do something)
    • describing what my house is like
    • talking about some foods and drinks I like or don’t like
    • telling how I feel
    • expressing that I need, want, or have to do something related to my daily activities
    • talking about my daily activities
    • describing where an object is located

2. Do they understand everything in the Unit 8 Video Story?

3. Can they successfully complete the Sí, ¡se puede! Assessment?

 


 

Are your learners successfully comprehending and using this level of language? They're ready for Level D!

Do your learners need something even more challenging than the final Level of our program, Level D? Find out in three easy steps:


1. Can they complete all of the Learning Goals?

  • I can count objects up to one hundred.
  • I can use debes to suggest to someone what they should do.
  • I can map the monarch butterfly migration.
  • I can say whether something is close or far, north or south, left or right.
  • I can say that I go, stay at, and return to a place.
  • I can talk about farm animals and the sounds they make.
  • I can use phrases including vocabulary for parts of the body to tell someone how I feel and if something hurts.
  • I can use some frequency words and phrases to tell someone how often something happens.
  • I can talk about what I eat for different meals.
  • I can use connecting words to put a story in order.
  • I can answer questions and give information about activities outside in various types of weather:
    • describing the weather
    • talking about the seasons
    • talking about what someone is going to do
    • talking about what clothes I need for particular weather

2. Do they understand everything in the Unit 8 Video Story?

3. Can they successfully complete the Sí, ¡se puede! Assessment?

 


 

Did your learners achieve the goals here? ¡Fantástico! Their Spanish is just too amazing! You should look for a more intermediate program for them.

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