I wrote this story to teach basic transportation vocabulary to my elementary Spanish students. There is a monkey from Mexico. He lives in a zoo in Wisconsin. The monkey escapes from the zoo and looks for a way to travel to Mexico. There is a boy traveling on a bike, but the boy is not traveling
"¿Adónde vas?“ is a fun game inspired by the TV Show Hollywood Game Night. This game can be played with just about any number of people. The beauty of this game is that doesn’t require any special supplies besides the cards that are included, though you can add some props if you would like to. And
The students will receive a map of a "town"
Carmen lives there and she talks about what time she goes places and where she goes. Have the students LISTEN and write the times in the boxes of the places she goes.
Paragraph is on first page
Picture on second
Students will have a paper for partner A or partner B. Each partner's paper corresponds to the other partner's pictures. They should read the paragraph out loud and the other student should put the pictures in the order that the person goes to them.
Use this survey to get your students up and moving! Students will ask each other "Adonde vas?" and record responses in order to practice stating where they are going. Once finished they will report the results of their survey in the third person. Quick and easy way to assess understanding of voy, v
¿Adónde vas? by Jarabe de Palo: Spanish Song to Practice the Verb IR in the Present
Activity booklet includes:
• Full song lyrics: “¿Adónde vas?”
• Cloze activity: Verb IR in the present and infinitive verbs
• Verb IR Worksheet: 3-part worksheet where students practice the conjugation of the ver
This 43 slide animated vocabulary presentation teaches the verb IR with places to go around town. It aligns with the textbook Realidades 1 chapter 4A. Students see the clip art or animation to determine the vocabulary word.
Cornell Notes for Realidades chapter 4A. Included in this packet are vocabulary words for the chapter (places you go, question words), interrogative words, and the irregular verb "ir." Answer key is also included.
Cornell Notes are a great way for students to think at a higher level, and are a gre
This is my favorite way to present new vocabulary or even to review before an assessment!
This "Adonde Vas?" presentation and worksheets will help provide comprehensible input for your students, while they actively connect previously learned vocabulary to the new!
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No prep! Just print and go!
ACTFL National Foreign Language Standards: Standard 1.1: Standard 1.2:
2 communicative activities to get your kids up and out of their seats and speaking Spanish with at least 16 different classmates! Students will ask each other the questions provided on the game bo
This is a potpourri of activities that allows students to practice and show their understanding of the Realidades 4A vocabulary. The words that they are searching for in the word search are incorporated contextually in a short reading passage. The students read the paragraph and find the words from
Students ask each other where they are going. They ask their classmates where they are going in Spanish, and in turn the classmate responds in Spanish, "I am going to the..." This activity gets the students out of their seats and speaking Spanish.
There are a few places at the bottom of the 1/2 s
Get your kids talking and moving with these great task cards! Each card contains a question relating to places to go (park, mountains, beach, pool, gym, etc). It also includes cards that practice the question words. I use these cards with my Spanish 1 class (Realidades chapter 4A).
There are 16 d
Incorporate research strategies, new country/cultural studies and increase your student's imagination! This scaffolded assignment can be used for secondary students (7th to 12th) in 1st year Spanish classes or Social Studies.
Materials Needs: Students will need the handouts in addition to acces
"Where ya' going?“ is a fun game inspired by the TV Show Hollywood Game Night. This game can be played with just about any number of people. The beauty of this game is that doesn’t require any special supplies besides the cards that are included, though you can add some props if you would like to. A
¿Adónde vas? y ¿Qué vas a hacer?
Teach your students location vocabulary and how to speak in the simple future! This fun PowerPoint presentation will help them retain this essential vocabulary through the use of bright, colorful graphics and fun pictures.
The first part of the presentation covers
Cochino is a game I use often in my classes to practice vocabulary. This version uses vocabulary specifically from Unit 4A of the Realidades textbook.
To play, put students in groups of 2 or 3, each with a different color marker. Say the vocabulary word in English and the first student to find and
This worksheet is designed to practice places vocabulary words as well as the verb IR:to go and the formula IR + A + Place. There is a text box at the top of the page with general places words written in Spanish. For example: la escuela, el banco, el museo. After the text box there are twenty que
This is an activity packet. It contains 4 worksheets and 3 pages of vocabulary words. The first worksheet is an interview sheet for one student to use with three classmates. After all of the students have had time to become familiar with the different "Yo voy" phrases/sentences, it's fun for the
This is a PowerPoint presentation to accompany Chapter 4A of the Realidades / Auténtico 1 book entitled "¿Adónde vas?" This vocab/vocabulary PowerPoint is great to introduce or review vocabulary. It can also be printed on multiple pages to use as flashcard reviews; simply delete the words and print
People’s lives are so busy nowadays! These two worksheets will allow young learners to practice responses to a very important question, “¿Adónde vas?-Where are you going/Where do you go?” Students should use the word bank and picture clues to correctly complete each sentence beginning with “Yo voy”.
I use this PowerPoint to get my students to figure out what "Â¿AdÃ³nde vas?" means in Spanish, and how to answer using "Voy a..." Later we compare the answers with "Voy a..." and "Voy al..." Even in 2nd grade, this activity is HUGELY successful.
Use this exit slip with students to help them further develop their writing. Students will write about where they go using the verb ir and complete the thought about why they go using tener/tener idiom.
Ejemplo: Voy a la playa. Tengo ganas de nadar.
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Esta presentación de vocabulario muestra lugares comunes, particularmente los que se presenta en capítulo 3, lección 2 de "¡Exprésate!". Esta presentación es para "SmartBoard", entonces las palabras no están en los diapositivas hasta que el profesor las escriba. También, las fotos que muestran los
This is a Jeopardy game in a PowerPoint format. There are 6 categories:
The verb "IR"
Health & Beauty
Places to Bring Kids
Eat & Hangout
The score is kept on the home page and it must be input manually. The board is set up to have 4 teams compete. I sometimes play with
Great interactive activity! This activity is a way to get students up out of their seats and talking! Students will practice using the verb ir while incorporating vocabulary that deals with the community. They can also expand on their sentences by adding in the date and time. This exercise inclu
This is a review that touches on places (library, museum, gymnasium, garden, park, beach, train station, cafe, hotel, movie theater, shoe store, supermarket, pharmacy, bank and zoo). It also reviews the conjugations of the verb ir (voy, vas, va, vamos, van).
It is a Smart Notebook file that is inte
This unit will teach students the conjugation of the Spanish verb "IR" and 16 different places in the community. The Spanish verb "IR" is one of the most highly used verbs in the Spanish language. This unit will help your students become proficient conjugating and speaking with this verb.
ACTFL National Foreign Language Standards: Standard 1.1: Standard 1.2:
A packet of communicative activities to get your kids up and out of their seats and speaking Spanish with at least 16 different classmates! Students will ask each other the questions provided on the game boards in order to ob
This zip file includes everything you need to teach a lesson on the forms of ir and 11 places.
This lesson includes:
-a powerpoint that teaches questions (¿adónde vas?, ¿adónde va él/ella?, ¿adónde van ustedes?, ¿adónde van ellos?) with 11 different places
-a vocabulary sheet for student
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This zip file includes everything you need to teach a lesson on the forms of ir with 11 places and 9 weather conditions. This lesson is meant to be a review of both ir and weather conditions - two old lessons put together in a new way!
This lesson includes:
-a powerpoint that teaches qu
Get your Spanish students thinking about Christmas Vacation with this Durante las Vacaciones de Navidad questions flip book. This can stand alone or be added to an interactive notebook. On each page of the flip book the students will answer a question related to Christmas vacation. They will then il
This bundle includes all the exit slips sold at La Secundaria. As exit slips are added, this bundle will grow.
Exit Slips included:
¡A escribir! - ¿Cómo es tu familia? Exit Slip
¡A escribir! - ¿Qué haces en tu tiempo libre? Exit Slip
¡A escribir! - ¿Qué te gusta hacer? Exit Slip
¡A escribir! - ¿Qu
This is a set of five Spanish picture stories and story cards. IMPORTANT: This bundle contains stories and story cards ONLY. It does not include other resources.
All of the stories in this bundle are available in my store for individual purchase (except for "El nido", which is included with the sto
This zip file includes everything you need to teach a lesson on the forms of ir and 10 places in school. This lesson is meant to be a review of ir and school places vocabulary - old lessons put together in a new way!
This lesson includes:
-a powerpoint that teaches questions (¿adónde va
Get your Spanish students thinking about their winter vacation with this Durante las vacaciones de invierno questions flip book. This can stand alone or be added to an interactive notebook. On each page of the flip book the students will answer a question related to winter vacation. They will then i
Students practice speaking and writing about places and where they go to do certain things. They also talk about what they are going to do in the immediate future using the structure, “Ir + a + infinitive,” as they ask each other questions and record each others' answers.
This product includes the
Introduction to "ir + a infinitive" using Marc Anthony's "Vivir Mi Vida."
The song (found on YouTube **music video is safe to use in class) is played more than two times during the class period and it can be used throughout the week (mine listened to it for various weeks).
The students fill-in l
This is a project description and rubric. The project asks the students to:
• Draw and name/label 20 places in Spanish (bank, salon, school, post office, library, park, gym, movie theater, etc.)
• Draw and name/label 9 streets in Spanish (la calle Principal, la avenida San Bernadino, la calle San P
What is Ask & Switch?
Ask & Switch is a speaking activity where each student gets an index card with a question on one side and a prompt for an answer on the other side. Students get up out of their seats and ask a partner the question on their index card, answer the question their partner
This set of 4 practice activities helps students practice their Spanish vocabulary related to locations around town as well as the verb IR in the present tense. Students identify common buildings and locations, such as la escuela, la biblioteca, el parque, la calle, and more. They will also answer q
This (56) slide Powerpoint Slideshow offers photo pictures of places with questions such as ¿Dónde está él? ¿Adónde vas tú? Various pronouns are used in each question and answers are also offered. Valuable practice for vocabulary, verbal practice, asking, answering questions.
If you find this p
This is a review packet that I spent many hours making for my 8th grade students. It includes details about boot verbs, irregular verbs, translating sentences (Eng>Spa and Spa>Eng), conjugating verb sentences, and fill in the blank (el cubierto). This resource will take students a lot of time
In this interactive activity, each student receives a card with a location on it (up to 24 unique location cards are included). Locations include places such as: el auditorio, el parque, la casa, etc. The 24 cards have to be cut and can be laminated if you want!
For the first activity with "ir," s
Get your Spanish students thinking about el Día de San Valentín with this Valentine's question flip book. This can stand alone or be added to an interactive notebook. On each page of the flip book the students answer a question about "el Día de San Valentín". They will then illustrate their sentence
This is a powerpoint that teaches ¿adónde vas?, ¿adónde va él/ella?, ¿adónde van ustedes?, and ¿adónde van ellos?, with 11 places. The powerpoint is saved as both .ppt and .pptx. The questions, clipart, and answers are all animated. It is meant to elicit lots and lots of whole class repetition to
This focuses on verbs changing or staying the same from question to answer. (emphasis on tú form to yo form & Uds. to nosotros)
The vocab is heavy on places & activities one would do there. Ex:
¿Adónde vas para ver la tele?
Voy a casa.
(focus on chps 3A-5B)
This takes my sp1 kids about
This document is an A/B partner speaking activity with ¿adónde vas?, ¿adónde va él/ella?, ¿adónde van ustedes? and ¿adónde van ellos? and 11 places. Students have to ask their partner where they and others go and answer their partner's questions with picture prompts on their paper. A picture key is