Get your kids moving around your classroom, laughing, and speaking in Spanish!
This activity features 16 pictures of food items that students can indicate that they like or dislike. There are a mixture of plural and singular forms of foods so that students can practice the difference between gusta and gustan. You print out the pictures of the food and hang them around your classroom. Then, next to each food, you hang the page that has four options: "Me gusta," "No me gusta," "Me gustan," and "No me gustan." Students walk around to each food, indicating with a tally mark or their initials whether they like or dislike the food.
After they have completed this part of the activity, you can use the follow up questions included to ensure their understanding of the concept. Then, the students can complete the reflection worksheet, which contains 6 questions about the class's likes and dislikes, as well as their personal likes and dislikes.
This is a fun activity, and it really helps students understand when to use gusta vs. gustan. Additionally, it solidifies food vocabulary, makes them think in Spanish, and helps them understand the concept holistically.