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This Spanish sub plan bundle contains a present tense and a past tense version of a one to two day sub plan lesson based on a mad libs activity so that it can be used in multiple levels, beginning in Spanish 1. The substitute does not have to be able to speak Spanish to use these plans. 2/3 of the plans are individual work, and 1/3 of the plans require partner work. This resource includes:Notes for the teacherDetailed, print-ready and editable lesson plans to leave for the substituteA mad libs
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6th - 10th
Looking for something short and sweet for a Valentine's Day break in Spanish Class? This Mad Lib is fun way to incorporate a bit of seasonal fun and a good laugh!Students fill in a list of parts of speech then fill in the blanks to tell their story of "El Novio Perfecto" or "La Novia Perfecta". They then draw a picture to depict their story. For some added fun have students share with the class.Check out the preview to take a look at some student samples.This story is in written in very basic
Add some creative fun to grammar in your classroom with this Spanish Mad Lib! The majority of the story is in the present tense but the preterit is used a few times to narrate. Included are 3 pages as follows:Students list 27 words according to the description indicated, such as adjective, noun, infinitive verb, name or adverb.Students transfer the 27 words onto the story page.Students translate the story to English on the lined page. This item is fun for students to create and even more fun
Great for Dual Language Classrooms! Spanglish is a great way to get new Spanish speaking students to use their new vocabulary and boost their confidence! This mad lib type resource can be used for students from 2nd grade to adult! Everyone loves these! Just print & go! Using mad lib type activities is not only fun but helps students with grammar and spelling. This unit includes word bank/vocabulary cards that include: masculine/feminine, singular/plural nouns, adjectives as well
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2nd - 12th, Adult Education
This file contains two mad libs suitable for late first year/second year language students; each one in Spanish and in English. The class should fill them out simultaneously using the Round Robin structure: one student fills in the first line, who passes it to the next student to fill in the next line, who passes it to the next, etc.
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7th - 10th
Use this cooperative learning activity as the basis for class discussion. We know that language is acquired through comprehensible input, so while the beginning of the activity (the Round Robin portion) is fun, the true value lies in the discussion that follows as you share, compare, and contrast the monsters that your students co-create. For a slightly more detailed explanation on how to maximize language acquisition using this activity, please click here
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K - 10th
This is a great way to have some fun while reviewing Spanish 1 concepts and vocabulary! First, you create a Mad-libs story as a class, so they understand the directions and become excited to make their own stories. Next, students sit with a partner, and each one holds a different Mad-libs story. Person A reads the list of needed words on one version, while Partner B comes up with an idea for each needed word. Partner A writes these down and reads the final product. The partners then switch role
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7th - 12th
Students will work in partners to fill in these silly Spanish mad libs for Valentine's Day! These are designed for Spanish 1 students to practice adjectives and descriptions. Students can type directly into the Google Doc or teachers can print and share them.Includes 2 mad libs entitled "Busca una persona" and "La persona ideal."You may also like:Spanish Reading: Direct object pronouns (Te Quiero)Spanish Valentines Day Reading: Romeo, Julieta, y Justin Beiber
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8th - 10th, Higher Education
This bundle includes ALL FIVE of my one-page activities that enable novice Spanish learners to create an original, funny story. Topics include letters in the mail, going to a restaurant, at the beach, getting ready for a sports game, and getting a birthday gift. (Verbs are in past, mostly preterite, but learners are not asked to come up with verb conjugations). (If you get this bundle, you don't need to buy any other of my novice Improvicuentos!) Students can work alone or in pairs, asking for g
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7th - 10th
Add some creative fun to grammar in your classroom with this Spanish Mad Lib! Included are 3 pages as follows:Students list 27 words based on the description indicated (adjective, noun, infinitive verb, name or adverb).Students transfer the 27 words onto the story page.Students translate the story to English on the lined page. This activity is fun for students to create and even more fun to present in class! It's also a good activity for a substitute teacher lesson plan, or back to school rev
Add some creative fun to grammar in your classroom with this Spanish Mad Lib! Included are 3 pages as follows:Students list 29 words according to the description indicated, such as adjective, noun, infinitive verb, name or adverb.Students transfer the 29 words onto the story page.Students translate the story to English on the lined page. This activity is fun for students to create and even more fun to present in class! It can be used as a Valentine's Day activity, but works well any time sinc
☀️ This no-prep activity packet of 3 different verano / summer themed Madlibs are perfect for your students in Spanish 1 and beyond to review what they've learned this year! Students will get practice with the parts of speech, noun/adjective agreement, vocabulary for places, food, and clothing- all while having the opportunity to be creative in the language and have fun! A perfect activity for the end of the year when attention spans are at an all time low!☀️ This resource includes 3 printable
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Not Grade Specific
This activity packet of 3 different Día de San Valentín themed Madlibs are perfect for your students in Spanish 1 and beyond to get in the Valentine's Day spirit. Students will get practice with the parts of speech, noun/adjective agreement, vocabulary for colors, food, and clothing- all while having the opportunity to be creative in the language and have fun! Two of the Madlibs are almost entirely in the present tense, and one Madlib uses a mix of preterite, imperfect, and present tense verbs.T
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Not Grade Specific
Halloween Mad Lib for beginner Spanish learners. Students fill in a list of prompts in Spanish (animal, color, names, etc.) then plug them into a Halloween themed story about a costume party using basic vocabulary (camina, va, vive, se llama, lleva, es, compra).
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4th - 11th
Fall is in the air, and your Spanish speaking students will love this refreshing parts of speech activity! Use this fun fall-themed Mad Libs with Spanish support to help your students learn English Verbs, Nouns, and Adjectives. Can be used with English speaking students as well. Simply provide the translation cards only to the students who need them. This fun activity may be used for morning work, as center work or special treat. Spanish speaking will use the translation cards to scaffold their
This fun Valentine's Day Activity will allow your students to practice the parts of speech. Students fill in the top page of the activity without looking at the story. They fill in the blanks with the words they entered. Then, the fun begins! Students must translate their story. This activity is better suited to a Spanish II classroom.
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9th - 12th
Students select common or proper nouns, the corresponding article, and adjectives to describe the nouns to create silly stories! This can be done whole class for shared writing/reading/visualizations, small group word study, or independent work/centers. Clipart on cover page from http://dekoholic.com/un-deco-tip-tendencia-y-sin-gastar-mucho/
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K - 3rd
Level 1 Mad Lib using the Super Seven: ser, estar, gustar, querer, tener, ir and hay. With lots of cognates for easy comprehension, this no-prep activity is a great way to engage students in reading and writing Spanish. After completing their silly story, have students read aloud to a partner to add a listening practice to this activity!This listing is available via Google Slides so you can Print or Post and go!
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6th - 12th
Add some creative fun to grammar in your classroom with these Spanish Mad Libs! Each includes 3 task pages:Students list words based on the description indicated (adjective, noun, infinitive verb, name, or adverb).Students transfer the words onto the story page.Students translate the story to English on the lined page. These activities are fun for students to create and even more fun to present in class! They're helpful for a substitute teacher lesson plan, or back to school review for studen
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5th - 12th
This packet includes several different holiday activities for the Spanish 1, 2 or 3 student. The first activity allows students the opportunity to write about their own holiday traditions. Then students share their traditions with their classmates and learn about each other’s customs. The second activity is a wequest. Students choose one of four countries and follow the link provided to learn about that countries holiday traditions in English. Students share the information with their classmat
This Mad Libs activity was created by Connie Triplett, and I re-formatted it and sharing it here with her explicit written consent. Use this activity for Spanish 1 students at the beginning of their first year of language study.
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4th - 10th
This is especially great for Middle School and Elementary School Spanish classes. Teach students the words: "Hace frio, nieva, and dice" using a Total Physical Response and Storytelling approach. First, introduce the words in the PowerPoint and create a corresponding motion for these words. Once they have internalized this vocabulary, move on to the Mad-Libs style story. Children LOVE to create the story and volunteer information to make the story humorous. This is an excellent way for students
Reinforce the irregular ‘yo’ present tense verbs with this FUN Spanish Mad Lib type activity. Super comprehensible input, about a loyal robot!Students list the 15 words, according to the descriptions, transfer the words to the two-page story, and read it aloud. A captivating small group activity, and a story which begs to be performed!Plus, you can also include it in a lesson plan for a substitute teacher!I have provided two versions of the MadLibs and Directions pages. The first version has
Grades:
7th - 10th
This is such a fun and interesting activity! It's EDITABLE! Work on any verb structure! Great for when you need a good time filler that is not busy work. It runs itself. If your students enjoy doing mad libs, they will love doing this in Spanish. What I did was print out the mad lib sheet (pg 1) in a 2x2 format so I could cut them and pass them out. Then, I had students write their name on the back. Students passed around papers filling in 1 part and then passing it. When students finish f
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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