This worksheet is designed to get students talking about their break in Spanish, using the preterite and imperfect. Students first write in short preterite sentences whether they did or did not do a certain activity, followed by how much and where. Once they complete that section, they ask a partner whether or not they did the prompted activity. They then write a paragraph about they break their partner had, and then answer questions regarding the details of their own break.
This is a thorough document, as it tests use of the preterite orally in the 'yo' and 'tu' form, but it also has written practice with all three first- person forms. It is reflective, interpersonal, and presentational, all at once.
The prompts contain regular -ar/-er/-ir verbs, along with IR DAR VER HACER irregulars.
The activity helps students get back into the swing of Spanish, and can be used for both winter and spring breaks. OJO: I am from Wisconsin, so I have included some winter activities, that we still can still do in during Spring break. If you live in Florida, you might want to change those two questions, and take me with you, because winter is long here.
Great for Spanish 3-5, and has no specific vocabulary unit attached to it.