Spanish Body Parts El cuerpo Google Forms Activity or Assessment

Angie Torre
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7th - 12th, Homeschool
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Students practice the vocabulary for the body parts in Spanish. This activity is editable, self-grading and a fun, interactive activity or digital assessment that can be used in Google Drive or Google Classroom.

This product includes the following resources:

  • Autocorrecting, editable Google Forms Activities for the lesson on el cuerpo in which students describe the body parts in the pictures in Spanish: 26 illustrated questions.

Vocabulary includes: el ojo, la cabeza, la nariz, los labios, la oreja, la mano, el pulgar, el índice, el meñique, el anular, las uñas, la muñeca, el codo, el tobillo, el pie, la rodilla, la pantorrilla, la espalda, los hombros, el estómago, el pecho, las cejas, el cuello, la pierna, el brazo, y la cara

  • Las partes del cuerpo Student Handout with the vocabulary for 49 body parts

  • Student Handout with words and phrases for "el cuerpo y la salud" some of which are:

¿Cómo te sientes?

Me siento mejor / peor.

¿Qué te duele?

Todavía

Ya no

Tengo un resfriado

Tengo fiebre

El médico

  • Student Handout, "Para hablar de la salud" explaining the verbs "gustar" and "doler" and how to use indirect object pronouns with those verbs. For example: Me duelen los pies.

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Total Pages
31 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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