This is a funny PPT that allows students to use their knowledge of animal names and personality traits to make full Spanish sentences. Students learn when to use "es" and when to use "son" when describing singular and plural animals. They also learn how to make personality adjectives masculine/feminine, singular/plural.
**Scaffolds student understanding: the first couple of slides include help to start sentences, the rest of the slides only have pictures so that students can write the full sentence themselves.
Aligns very nicely with Realidades Ch. 1B (personality traits)
12 animal slides
All pictures are public domain, taken from Pixabay.com
adjectives (in order):