Print on cardstock and laminate for multiple uses.
Directions: One student in the pair chooses to read the blue highlighted Spanish words and the other student reads the green highlighted Spanish words. The student reading the blue highlighted words begins at the top of the list. The student pronounces the word, “el lápiz.” The other student listens to the word and looks for the corresponding picture in the 4th column. When the student spots the picture they point to it and say, “el lápiz.” After pointing to the picture of the pencil the student looks for the green highlighted Spanish word next to the picture of the pencil and pronounces it. So the student would say, “las tijeras.” The student listening will look for the picture of the scissors, point to it, and say, “las tijeras.” Whatever the word is that is highlighted in blue, next to the picture of the scissors, is the word that the student reading the blue highlighted words, pronounces. The students continue with this pattern until they have pronounced and identified each word/picture pairing. Now the students switch word columns. They can time themselves and see which side they are faster on based on the time it takes for the pair to complete the activity.