Chocolate by Jesse y Joy - Spanish Song to Practice Food Vocabulary and More

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Una Canción Para Practicar Los Verbos De La Comida, Las Metáforas Y La Historia Del Chocolate.

With the activities we created around Chocolate by Jesse & Joy your students can practice cooking verbs (such as derretir, probar and sazonar), identify metaphors and learn about the history of chocolate.


You can use all of the activities or pick only the ones suitable for your classes. Click here to download your blank copies of the handouts: 

  1. Cloze activity with word bank
  2. Cloze activity without word bank
  3. Vocabulary Bilingual Match
  4. Metaphors
  5. Bakery Food Vocabulary Review Handout
  6. Bakery Food Vocabulary Worksheet (Optional)
  7. Visual Interpretation Food Vocabulary (Baking)
  8. El chocolate: Enrichment Videos


The teacher’s handouts are included in the following pages of this same document:

  1. Full Song Lyrics
  2. Answer Key for All Worksheets
  3. Transcripción del video “El origen de la palabra chocolate”.

NOTE: Please review each song and video before using it in class as some songs or videos may not be appropriate for some age groups

Check out our other Spanish Song Cloze packets here.


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