This is a two-page review packet of ser vs. estar. There are two additional pages which is the answer key. The first activity requires students to fill in the correct forms of SER and then ESTAR. After that, there are spaces for students to fill in the uses for SER and then the uses of ESTAR. The next activity asks students to choose between a conjugated form of SER or ESTAR to complete a paragraph. Next, students fill in missing verbs (this time unconjugated) choosing either SER or ESTAR. Last, students are asking to write a paragraph to a new penpal that describes how he/she is, and also mentions how he/she is feeling. This is nice because these activities get progressively more difficult so you can even use them to copy and paste into a differentiated activity.