Whether it be music, arts, cuisine or sports, culture is one of the coolest things to learn about when learning a second language. Have your sports-enthusiasts or non-enthusiast do these activities to practice numbers, colors, and the alphabet. It will make learning these basic Spanish I items entertaining.
Included in this packet:
* Alphabet and Numbers Practice - who are some of the top soccer players and how old are they? Students will write the letters to spell the soccer players' name and they will solve simple math problems to discover their ages.
* Colors Practice and Fun-facts found by scanning two QR codes related to World Cup - learn some cool things about each of the 32 countries that participated in the world cup and practice the colors as well
* Score a Goal! Game board - play a soccer match by advancing your ball every time you answer correctly. Score one goal to win! Copy the Score a Goal! game board on card-stock and laminate for multiple use.
* 32 game cards for Score a Goal! game that will help your students practice numbers, alphabet, and colors as well as learn a few 2014 World Cup Facts. Copy the game cards on card-stock and laminate for durability. (Sample spelling card with fact: Spell "NEYMAR". Neymar suffered a broken vertebra in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.) (Sample numbers card with fact: What are these 3 numbers in Spanish? 66, 84, and 15. 66 is the number of tackles won by Greece in the 2014 World Cup.) (Sample numbers card with fact: ¿Cómo se dice “15” en español? 15 is the number of saves by US Goalie Tim Howard in the 2014 World Cup.)
* Score a Goal! Game Directions