This quick worksheet makes a fun take-home project for beginning Spanish students learning about family vocabulary. Students choose a family member to write about at the top, then draw a picture of that person in the frame. They then complete some fill-in-the-blank to describe that person in Spanish. Vocabulary in this section includes, name, age, and descriptive adjectives.
While I usually encouraged students to use physical descriptors like "rubio" or "alto," you could just as easily substitute personality descriptions like "inteligente," etc.
Photocopy these as double-sided pages to allow students to deserve additional family members, or use this sheet as part of a more lengthy autobiography in Spanish. It also makes a great short presentation activity to get your kids speaking in Spanish for the whole class (or with a partner in a pair-share).