Describing a camping trip, talking about what you did with friends, talking about nature, other words and phrases. Preterite tense of regular verbs, some irregular preterites (i-stem, u-stem, uv-stem, and j-stem), car/gar/zar preterite spelling changes, preterite of ir, ser, dar, and ver.
I purchased a cheap set of baseball bases from the Dollar Tree but you can easily use any found objects to setup your baseball diamond.
Divide the class into two teams.
Identify a location in the classroom for first, second, third base and home plate.
A batter from the visiting team comes up.
The batter is given a definition and he or she needs to give the corresponding word.
If the batter is wrong he is out. If he is right, he goes to the indicated base
(sencillo = single, doble = double, triple = triple, jonrón = home run).
The next batter comes up and attempts to move him over. A missed answer is an OUT (not a strike). After three outs, the other team is up.
A small prize is awarded to the winning team.
This could be done with any type of vocabulary or subject information.