PPT in PDF format for kitchen vocabulary. Used some images to enhance cultural enrichment for Hispanic culture.
If you have time, drive through several yard sales and buy a toy kitchen set with accessories and play food. Best $10 I ever invested. Have used it for many years. Before using in the classroom, make sure to wash with Clorox and rinse well.
I use it all the time when teaching the kitchen and food vocabulary. Students love it.
When we first learn the vocabulary, I place the item in the center of the room and say the word. Students repeat (choral activity). After going through all the vocabulary, I have students volunteer to play a memory game.
Students come to the "kitchen" and pick up one item at a time and say the word in Spanish. Once that student gets it wrong, they return to their seat and another student will give it a try. Of course, they have to start over. It's a great way to repeat vocabulary in a fun way. The student that is able to identify all items correctly, get a prize.
I actually keep a prize bucket. All items were purchased from the Dollar Store. In the prize bucket students can "shop" and select one item. Items vary accordingly to availability. Items are mostly coloring books, story books, pencil cases, fun erasers, bright colored gel pens, etc. (In my district, we're not allowed to give out candy).
You might also be interested in my Spanish 1 Bundle. Includes 25 items sold separately at my store.