ABC Picture Cards and Words in Spanish
This set contains:
117 word cards (5.1” x 1.8”)
117 flash cards (5.1” x 4.3”)
They come arranged in PDF format, ready to be printed, cut and laminated. They feature about five words per letter in Spanish. These cards are attractive, uncluttered, with excelent photographs.
Teachers can use these cards to:
Enhance vocabulary in Spanish
Develop reading skills in Spanish
Identify vowel sounds in Spanish and consonant-vowel blendings.
Associate images with words: Place a set of flash cards on the table, along with their corresponding words and shuffle them. Have your students work on putting together words and pictures. This is a good activity for small groups or individual work.
Play "What´s Missing?" After showing your students the cards and naming them, take from five to seven pictures at a time. Put them on the table or rug right side up for your students to see for 30 seconds. Next, take all the pictures and take one away without letting them see which one it is. Place the remaining pictures on the table and rug again, and let them guess which one is missing. It only counts if they say the name in Spanish!! You can choose to use picture or word cards according to your students´ level.
Play Memory Game using two copies of each picture or word card. Place them facing down, in random order. Players will take turns to flip two cards at a time. They need to name each shape they discover, and place them right side up for everyone to see. If it is a match, the player keeps the cards. If it isn’t, the cards will be placed upside down again in the same location.
For a variation of the previous Memory Game, combine one set of pictures and a set of words, or play with words only. Place them upside down in the same fashion, and have students find a match between pictures and words, or words that are the same.
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