La Rutina Diaria Escape Room Break Out Room in Spanish

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7th - 11th, Homeschool
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Use this no prep sala de escape to practice using daily routine Spanish vocabulary with comprehensible input. La rutina diaria vocabulary is the base for the escape room, heavily emphasizing reflexive verbs in context. Unlike myreflexive verb break out room, this escape room focuses on acquiring the vocabulary, rather than conjugation. For use with Google Classroom™ in Google Slides™ and Google Forms™, students can submit answers through distance learning or from home.

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Please note this file is not editable.

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Vocabulary included:

el almuerzo—lunch

el desayuno—breakfast

la cena—dinner

la jornada escolar—school day

la mañana—morning

la tarde—afternoon

la noche—night

antes de—before

después de—after

acostarse—to go to bed

afeitarse—to shave oneself

cepillarse los dientes—to brush one’s teeth

comenzar—to begin

despertarse—to wake up

dormirse—to fall asleep

ducharse—to shower

lavarse—to wash oneself

lavarse los dientes—to brush one’s teeth

levantarse—to get up

maquillarse—to put makeup on oneself

peinarse—to comb one’s hair

ponerse—to put on

prepararse—to get ready, to prepare oneself

quitarse—to take off oneself

secarse—to dry oneself

sentirse—to feel

terminar—to end

vestirse—to get dressed

This set includes:

★ five la rutina diaria puzzles

★ Digital & PDF versions

★ student instructions

★ all necessary materials

★ Answer Key

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19 pages
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