From Mark Davies top 100 frequency Spanish words.
These pages are organized by part of speech for ease of color-coded printing. I have these strips organized by part of speech around my room for easy laser-pointing! Each word takes up half a standard 8.5"x11" piece of paper for easy viewing from anywhere in the classroom. Big bold Spanish on top, smaller non-bold English below.
Part of speech breakdown for counting out your colored paper:
9 pages adjectives (2-10)
5 pages adverbs (11-15)
4 pages conjunctions (16-19)
4 pages nouns (20-23)
6 pages prepositions (24-29)
5 pages pronouns (30-34)
12 pages verbs (35-46)
4 pages titles (47-50)
-took out definite/indefinite articles, "uno", "dos", "y" and "yo". Felt I say these enough in my classroom to be common knowledge.
-added "conocer" for contrast to "saber"
-added "antes" for contrast to "después"
-usage of @ in place of o/a
-estar definition: to be (C,E,L)= condition, emotion, location
-ser definition: to be (P,A)= personality, appearance
-saber definition: to know (facts)
-conocer definition: to know (PP)= people, places
-Adjective title page has reminder to match in GENDER & NUMBER
-Verb title page has reminder that they are INFINITIVES