Based on the game Spot it, this 14-card game is a mini version of my Spot the Match vocabulary games. It's a fun way to have your students practice their Spanish Weather vocabulary! Just print out the cards double-sided, cut and laminate them (or print them on heavier stock paper and skip the laminating), and you are ready to play! The game also includes two vocabulary reference sheets you can print and add to the game. This game is a HUGE hit in my classroom and it a great way for student to improve vocabulary recognition, speed, and accuracy! It also works great as a fast-finisher activity to review old vocabulary from previous units and years.
The game file includes:
-The game also include two vocabulary reference sheets you can print and add to the game
-An editable PDF vocabulary reference sheet so that you can customize vocabulary for the game.
-Two alternate card backs (low color and black and white) to save on color ink if you prefer
This game is available individually or as a BUNDLE with the other 5 versions (Get one FREE)! For other links see below!
This game can be played in groups of 2 to 6 students. There are two ways you can play this game (which are written on one of the extra game cards):
Version 1: Each player starts with 1 card. The remaining cards are in a draw pile in the center. A player flips over the top card from the draw pile. The first player to correctly find the match between his/her card and the flipped card and to yell it out in Spanish, takes the card and places it on top of his/her pile. For the next round, they will use their new card.
Version 2: Players start with no cards and one large pile in the center. Two cards are flipped over from the pile. The first person to pick out the match and say it in Spanish gets both cards. Two new cards are flipped over. Once all the cards are gone, the winner is the player with the most cards.
Since there are so many sentences for weather, I elected to make the cards all pictures and to include multiple phrases on the vocab reference sheet. The weather phrases are below. If there are other phrases you would prefer, email me and I can add them OR feel free to write them in on the blank vocab reference sheet I included.
Nieva. / Está nevando.
Llueve. / Está lluvioso. / Está lloviendo.
Hace buen tiempo.
Hay nubes. / Está nublado.
Hace mal tiempo.
Truena. / Hay lluvias torrenciales. / Hay relámpagos.
Hay un arco iris.
Hay un tornado.
Hace viento. / Está ventoso.
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If you like this type of game, check out my other matching games with different vocabulary groups. Click here for a complete list of available games or below for their direct links!
The first 6 games are also available in a discounted Spanish Encuentrelo BUNDLE! Buy the bundle and get one game free!
Teach more than one language? My games are also available in French and any-language/ESL versions! Click here for a complete list of available French games and here for my list of games that can be used in any language or ESL classrooms !!
Keywords: tiempo, spanish weather, vocabulary review
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