My body/ Mi cuerpo theme Unit is a great way to learn body parts in Spanish!
The 141-page download is full of learning!
The following is what is included by page number.
6-7: Body Parts Graphing- The children will roll the die (included) and record the results on the graph. This game is different every time you play!
8-43: These are large cards with pictures of body parts (34 total)
el oído/la oreja/las oreajas/los oídos
el ojo/los ojos
la lengua/la boca
el pelo/el cabello
el brazo/los brazos
el codo/los codos
la mano/las manos
el pie/los pies
la pierna/las piernas
la rodilla/las rodillas
el tobillo/los tobillos
44-50: I Have… Who Has…? Body parts in Spanish is an easy-to-play game that is a great way to practice body parts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary and listening skills.
51-63: Rompecabezas Del Cuerpo- Copy
this on cardstock and laminate it so it can be used over and over again! Cut out each piece individually and mix them up for students to match.
64-80: El Cuerpo bingo: Includes calling cards and playing cards.
I suggest printing out these cards on heavier card stock. For extra durability you can laminate them.
81-87: “Las partes del cuerpo son:” Mini-Book: This book is a fun way to teach body parts. Simply copy the original, cut it out and staple it together. Your students will be learning how to identify body parts and even read as they take the booklet home to share with their family.
88-95: El Cuerpo Clothespin Fun- Directions: Place a clothespin next to the correct body word that goes with each picture.
96-105:El Cuerpo Memory Game: You can match picture to picture cards only or use picture card and body parts words together.
106-125: “Mi Cuerpo” Booklet: Students read this simple reader. Each sentence begins with “Me duele...", the text repeats on every page. They cut and glue the matching picture to the correct page.
126-132: ¿Qué te duele? Me duele… No me duele.. Pocket Chart.
133-140: Five Senses Poster: Each poster gives an overview of one of the five major senses of the human body (smell, taste, touch, hearing and sight) and includes the sense, the organ and the action.
141: List of songs and videos to teach body parts.
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