In this sentence writing activity, students will unscramble sentences to say what each person is doing and not doing using pictures as cues (and choosing the correct verb form; there are multiple provided for each picture).
*13 station/center sentence unscrambles with pictures.
Each puzzle has 54 clues giving an AR infinitive in Spanish and a subject pronoun. All infinitives are common, regular verbs. Students are to conjugate the verbs in the present tense for the answers. Includes 5 versions; does not use the vosotros form.
Print on cardstock and cut into cards. Has present tense of 9 AR verbs. Works best with 3-4 students per set of cards. For Spoons, students need to collect the full set of cards for their verb (infinitive + 6 forms). Vosotros can be left out if you prefer. Also includes directions for verb Uno.
This 92-page SMART Board lesson includes vocabulary for 30 common regular –Ar verbs. The grammatical content includes how to conjugate –Ar verbs in the present tense and how to form questions with tú as the subject. Additional flashcards are available on www.quizlet.com by searching abuttner and th
This interactive AR Verbs Unit is an incredible tool to teach your students how to conjugate AR verbs effectively. It begins by providing a vocabulary list of 11 high used AR verbs. Included in the lists are verbs such as hablar and llamar. The Conjugation table is an amazing tool to teach students
This powerpoint is 16 slides long and teaches students how to conjugate regular AR verbs. The lesson gives a detailed overview of key concepts such as "infinitives", "subjects", "stems", and "conjugating". It then gives many examples of regular AR verbs, and guides students through the process of co
Sudoku game uses the present tense forms of 9 different AR verbs in Spanish. 5 versions included with vosotros and 5 without.
See my free products "Sudoku directions" for help solving.
Do your students struggle to learn Spanish verbs, vocabulary, and grammar? Are they unable to use verbs or vocab correctly in a sentence? Do they misspell them and misuse common grammar on quizzes? Spanish trifold interactive notebook flashcards will reinforce the basics of Spanish vocabulary and
This is the same game as my Notebook game. Game board has a path of 24 spaces. Class is divided into teams that take turns rolling the die and moving along the path. There are 3 shortcuts ahead and 3 traps sending you backwards. To stay on a space, student must correctly conjugate the verb.
Mixer activity with 15 unique sets of twins. Each student sheet has 5 statements. Students mingle, trying to find their twin (the other person who has all 5 of the same statements, though in a different order). Activity uses common AR verbs in Spanish in the present tense.
This is a paper version of Connect Four. Students play in pairs. Students must correctly conjugate the verb to win a square. If wrong, the partner gets the square. The goal is to get 4 squares in a row. The winner is the first one to Connect Four two times. This board can be used for many diff
Print on cardstock and laminate. Make 1 gameboard for every 2-4 students. You will need 1 die for each gameboard. Students take turns moving along the the snail path and conjugating verbs along the way. May be used for any tense.
This is a 22-slilde PowerPoint in Spanish which showcases the 20 most popular (in my experience) AR verbs in Spanish. This is not a PowerPoint on conjugation, but rather treats the verbs as vocabulary. These slides are bright, engaging, and colorful. Some slides even have animation and sound. Studen
Worksheet has 80 Spanish AR infinitives with subjects. Students are to conjugate the verbs in the preterite tense. Includes regular and stem-changing AR verbs. Perfect for when you need extra drill work.
This activity explores the present tense of regular -ar verbs in Spanish. It consists of 34 multiple choice questions, and most questions relate to leisure activities. Students are required to read the questions and select the ONE answer that makes each sentence/question grammatically correct.
Print on cardstock and cut into cards; make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Each set has 60 cards; 5 forms of 6 different regular AR verbs in Spanish. 1 card has the infinitive and subject; its mate has the conjugated verb.
Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Match Game.
PPT is a colorful introduction to action words (AR verbs) in Spanish for elementary students in sentences so that students are not learning isolated words. Verbs in Present tense or infinitive if used with "me gusta". Students can repeat the words and simple sentences as they act them out (TPR). G
This is a quick lesson to teach Regular AR verbs in Spanish with a PPT, student notes and practice worksheet. These resources make teaching the concept fast and easy!
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IT COMES WITH MATERIALS TO LAMINATE (YOU CAN PRINT AS MANY COPIES AS YOU WANT TO, GREAT FOR PAIR WORK OR INDIVIDUAL WORK.
- A SET OF NINE INFINITIVES (HABLAR, DIBUJAR, ESTUDIAR, BAILAR, ETC)
- A SET OF SUBJECT PRONOUNS (YO, TU, EL, ELLA, USTED...)
- A SET OF -AR ENDINGS.
Worksheet has the picture for 13 common AR verbs. Students are to fill in the Spanish infinitive, the stem, and the conjugated forms in a T chart. This includes 4 versions: black and white or color, with or without vosotros.
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This tic-tac-toe game is a fun activity to practice conjugating the AR verbs. Instead of writing X's and O's in the boxes, students conjugate the verb and try to beat their partner with three in a row. Perfect for stations or whole class work! Photocopy this set one time, use with page protectors an
PowerPoint presentation that walks student through AR verb conjugations in an easy to follow way. They will get a review of subject pronouns and basic English grammar before learning how to conjugate verbs in Spanish.
A hand drawn worksheet depicting the verb "andar". Students will conjugate and translate each verb based on the subject pronoun that is paired with the infinitive. The yo form serves as a model for the rest of the worksheet: Yo/andar = ando : "I walk".
No prep! Print and go!
Game board has a path of 24 spaces. Class is divided into teams that take turns rolling the die and moving along the path. There are 3 shortcuts ahead and 3 traps sending you backwards. To stay on a space, student must correctly conjugate the verb. Although intended for present tense, this may b
This is a power point presentation that explains the basics on how to conjugate -AR verbs in the Present Tense in Spanish. It is appropriate for Spanish 1 students learning to conjugate or Spanish 2 students reviewing simple present-tense conjugations of regular verbs.
The power point begins with a
A powerpoint presenting how to conjugate -ar verbs in the preterite tense. Includes:
--Bellwork (with answers)
--Explanation of what the is preterite.
--Notes on how to conjugate -ar verbs in preterite
--7 slides of whiteboard practice for students
--2 slides of practice where students have to figu
Students will be able to express what is happening right now using the present progressive tense with –ar verbs.
Standards: Communication, Comparisons
L1: Demonstrate command of conventions and grammar when writing and speaking.
L2: Demonstrate command of conventions of capitalization, punctuation,
Students interview classmates until they find someone who answers affirmatively to each of the questions. A classmate may be used for only 1 question. The student then signs the appropriate square on the paper.
This power point can be used as an introduction for beginning Spanish learners on how to conjugate -ar verbs in the present tense. It begins with an explanation of what it means to conjugate, followed by the steps of forming the tense. Through animations, the students can visually see how to take th
Subject/Level: Spanish, Level 1
Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to school supplies and subject areas.
Learning Objectives: Students will be able to identify and express school related activities.
L2: Demonstrate command of conventions o
Tickets out the door are a quick check for understanding in the classroom. Here is something to use for Spanish students to practice the Preterite tense with regular -ar verbs. Each sentence also include a phrase that is uniquely tied to the Preterite tense like, last night, yesterday, last week a
Students will love coloring this original hand drawn color by conjugation, while practicing the regular AR-verb endings for the present tense. Perfect for a substitute on a day off. No prep, just print and go!
Try and Try Again is a student-controlled oral quiz. Students give their partners questions and correct them. Students get one, two, three chances to complete the quiz. A fun and interdependent way not only to quiz, but to learn from each other.
Are you teaching PRESENT TENSE AR VERBS in Spanish? Then these notes are PERFECT for you!
Included in this READY TO PRINT or UPLOAD to a Learning Management System zip file are:
→ Student notes in Word (with practice questions) (100% editable)
→ Student notes as
This is an all-class mixer activity for reviewing the conjugation of AR verbs in the present tense. Print on cardstock and cut into cards. Includes a total of 76 cards. Pick and choose which cards you want to use; vosotros is included, but does not have to be used. Students find a partner. Part
This is an all-class mixer activity for reviewing the conjugation of AR verbs in the preterite. Print on cardstock and cut into cards. Pick and choose which cards you want to use; vosotros is included, but does not have to be used. Students find a partner. Partner A asks his question; B responds
Print on card-stock and cut on solid lines into cards. Distribute all cards. The student with the card “I begin” starts the activity by reading the first verb in English. Students must listen and the one with that verb in Spanish reads it and then the new verb. Students continue until all cards
Level 1 Spanish. -AR verbs, present tense. This is a whole group activity designed by Plum Papers to get students up and moving around and explaining why some verb endings won't work while others do when matching word cards to make a complete, correct sentence. It is fun to watch them explain it
These student friendly notes are designed to introduce your middle school or Spanish 1 students to the concept and importance of verb conjugations. These can serve as a binder reference sheet and use comprehensible input to meet all level learners. Practice verbs are provided as an activity.
I compiled this list for my students. While I understand that there are many more verbs that could be added based upon importance, this is what my students and I use most frequently. Hopefully it can help you and your class too!
Help you students work with verbs in Spanish conjugating one pronoun at a time. It has -ar verbs and you can change the pronoun so it can be reused depending on the pronoun studied that day. it can also be used for any verb tense.
It is a great resource for a warm-up in a Spanish or a bilingual/dual