Hispanic Heritage Month Activities | Lotería Classroom Edition | Spanish Words

Lucky Little Learners
Grade Levels
K - 3rd, Homeschool
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45 pages
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Lotería is a bingo-like game that is closely tied to Mexican culture. Lotería is perfect for all ages because it’s easy to learn. Difficulty can be added based on ages. This classroom version of Lotería is great for our little learners and will support classroom vocabulary in both Spanish and English.

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Want a fun way to celebrate Hispanic culture?

The game is simple to prep and play, and fun for all! Students will learn Spanish vocabulary while they play.

Looking for an activity to reinforce vocabulary?

Each Lotería card and game board includes an image of the item along with the Spanish and English words for the school supply or classroom item.

Not sure how to pronounce the words?

Slides are included with a large word card, and each word includes an audio button to hear pronunciation.

This resource is perfect for:

  • Hispanic heritage month
  • Celebrating culture
  • Vocabulary activity
  • Spanish language
  • Classroom labeling
  • Early finisher game
  • Brain break


  • 27 colorful calling cards
  • Includes image, Spanish word, English word, & number
  • 24 game boards
  • Each game board has 6 items in 3x2 grid.
  • 27 vocabulary word digital slides
  • Each slide includes pronunciation of the Spanish word by a native Spanish speaker


  • la mochila (backpack)
  • el libro (book)
  • la carpeta (folder)
  • el cuaderno (notebook)
  • el papel (paper)
  • el pizarron (whiteboard)
  • el reloj (clock)
  • la calculadora (calculator)
  • la pinza de la ropa (clothespin)
  • los colores (crayons)
  • el marcador para pizarra blanca (dry erase marker)
  • el globo terráqueo (globe)
  • el pegamento (glue)
  • la luz (light)
  • el marcador (marker)
  • la pintura (paint)
  • el lápiz (pencil)
  • el borrador (eraser)
  • el clip de papel (paper clip)
  • la pluma (pen)
  • la regla de medir (ruler)
  • las tijeras (scissors)
  • la engrapadora (stapler)
  • la nota adhesiva (sticky note)
  • la cinta adhesiva (tape)
  • la bolsa de lapices (pencil pouch)
  • el portapapeles (clipboard)

Check out THIS BLOG POST for more ideas to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in your classroom!

I can’t wait to hear how this activity helps your students! Send me a message after you download and let me know how it’s going. Happy teaching!


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Total Pages
45 pages
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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