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This is the Spanish version of my Alphabet Lotto game, which can be found here
To save ink, I've used just letters rather than including pictures. Lotto is similar to bingo, except that there are only six spaces to fill rather than 25.
Besides reinforcing classroom instruction for young learners, this could also be used as a "brain break" for secondary students who are just learning the Spanish alphabet.
In this product, you'll find the following:
* 23 lotto cards, each with one vowel and at least one uncommon consonant
* A teacher call sheet with suggestions about how to use the product
* "Call cards," which the teacher can use to show students and to keep track of letters called
All letters are included, but common consonants(such as S and B) appear more often than uncommon ones (such as Q and X).
If you like this product, you may also be interested in my other games and materials for the Spanish-speaking student, including
Spanish Alphabet Flash Cards
Spanish Alphabet Page-Sized Posters
"I Have/Who Has" Spanish Alphabet Game