Jokes for Spanish class starters Jaja jueves Sweet 16 verbs Chistes for 1 year

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Mis Clases Locas
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7th - 10th, Homeschool
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  1. This Bundle of Editable Google Slide Shows includes 194 funny Spanish jokes in class routine bell ringers or brain breaks for novice Spanish classes for a year. These novice Spanish jokes could be adapted for all levels including Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3, & Exploratory middle school Spani
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This Editable Google Slide Show includes 33 funny jaja jueves bell ringers or brain breaks for novice Spanish class. These novice Spanish jokes specifically use the Sweet 16 present tense high-frequency verbs and could be adapted for all levels including Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3, & Exploratory middle school Spanish as a classroom management routine class starter, or brain break.

Sweet 16 Spanish Joke Slides include

✅ 33 jaja jueves Editable Google Slides of Spanish Sweet 16 jokes

✅ Spanish chistes in order of my Sweet 16 unit & would work well with it as additional brain breaks or reading practice.

✅ Each slide has a picture with words in Spanish & three questions to complete in Spanish. (Explain what it means, is it funny and a question related to the content). These questions could be edited to differentiate the level of your students.

✅ Spanish jokes are great for social-emotional learning. They could also be used as a positive way to start every class for distance or hybrid learning, not just on Thursday.

You could use these Sweet 16 Spanish joke slides in many ways!

  • Project one slides each Thursday as students enter in person or virtual class.
  • Insert one slide into a Google forms daily check-in for online classes.
  • Project one slide in the middle of class as a brain break.
  • Project one slide as students leaves as an exit ticket.
  • Assign a few slides of the verb you are learning about or the whole slideshow as interpretive reading practice or a sub-plan.
  • Have students then make their own jokes and slides in Spanish.

Variations of these Spanish verbs are included

✅ dar

✅ decir

✅ have

✅ puede

✅ pone

✅ saber

✅ salir

✅ traer

✅ ver

✅ oir

✅ venir

(es, tiene, está, va a, quiere are found in the Super 7 unit 1 and not included).


5-star reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ from Spanish teachers like you!

  • ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Extremely satisfied. Another great way to incorporate the sweet 16! - Amber S
  • ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Extremely satisfied. Thanks for helping add a little humor into the classroom! - Margaret C (Grades 6-8)

ACTFL World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages

✅ Interpretive Communication

✅ Presentational Communication


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These jokes are taken directly from my Google Slides Distance digital PRESENT unit 2 - Sweet 16 so please do not purchase if you own it, as they are all repeats. However, this resource would be a great addition if you just have the original Sweet 16 unit


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Total Pages
33 slides
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings; analyze the impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone, including analogies or allusions to other texts.


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