This is an awesome, simple speaking and listening activity for Spanish 1 when they are learning the Spanish alphabet!
There are 4 connect-the-dot pictures with the letters all out of alphabetical order. Then there is a script of what order to call the letters for students to connect the dots.
I've included 4 large puzzles, answer keys, and copies sized for half sheets or quarter sheets. There are 3 easy puzzles and 1 medium difficulty puzzle. I included a script for the teacher to read all 4... and also individual scripts if you want to assign students to read them to each other for speaking practice.
The alphabet includes CH, LL, RR, and Ñ because we want our students to recognize them even if they are no longer technically in the alphabet... since Spanish speakers still use them in spelling.
This makes a great formative assessment, partner activity, listening review, and speaking activity.
The four shapes created are a whale, a tuna/fish/shark, a flower, and a butterfly. Three of the four are the same design as my connect the dots activities for telling time and numbers 1-100.
If you are teaching Spanish 1, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 1 Mega-Bundle
This activity reviews the Spanish alphabet. Please note - in my alphabet products, I still include the letters LL, CH, and RR to make sure that students recognize references to those letters, even as they are phased out. My Spanish Alphabet Notes go into more detail about letters being dropped and changing their names (Y, W), and we openly talk about the changing nature of the alphabet... and the human tendency to refer to the alphabet the way we first learned it as children even if we know there has been an official change.
This product is also available as part of my Spanish Alphabet Bundle