Word work is so important for young Spanish students! We want them to be excited about learning new words, especially sight words they'll encounter regularly! The Palabras prodigiosas resources are designed to encourage enthusiasm for learning to read in Spanish, and help students develop their skills in a fun way!
One important element of Spanish vocabulary acquisition is a word wall, or pared de palabras!
If you're not already convinced that you need one, check out the teacher's guide for this resource included in the preview. It explains why you want a pared de palabras, what to do if you don't have a wall to dedicate to it, and how you can set yours up! Whether you're teaching in a dual immersion classroom, Spanish as a foreign language, or homeschooling, a word wall is for you.
This set of 20 word cards
is a great start for your word wall. And, the words match those included in the Palabras prodigiosas Level 1, Set 3 word work
, as well as the Level 1, Set 3 Poetry Journal (Coming soon!)! These three resources work well together
, giving your students lots of exposure to Spanish sight words, in the context of fun, original poems! Each one also stands alone, however, so you can just purchase what you need!
THREE different fonts
are included in this resource! All of the cards are in print manuscript, Latin American/Spanish cursive, and American cursive, just like the Palabras prodigiosas word work! However your students are learning to write, these cards will help!
Words in this set
are: dia, dice, dijo, está, esta, fue, fui, hay, ir, mamá, mi, mis, muy, nos, papá, son, soy, te, va, van, ven, veo, voy.
If Level 1 Set 3 of Palabras prodigiosas works well for you, you can also find two more sets to use with your students! Palabras Prodigiosas Set 1
has twenty-one more words in the same format, and Palabras Prodigiosas Set 2
has twenty additional words! They increase in difficulty, so you can find just what you need for your students, and make differentiation a piece of cake!
100% Spanish, suitable for native Spanish-speaking students, dual immersion classrooms, or Spanish as a foreign language
Cards have light color, with the border around the edge of each. These can be printed in full color, or in grayscale if you'd like to save your color ink!
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