Translate what the emojis are saying into Spanish! A simple, straightforward way to practice food vocabulary, likes and dislikes (me gusta/no me gusta) and writing sentences in Spanish.
64 Task Cards for 32 Food Vocabulary Words
(The only place the vocabulary is written out is on the answer key. So if you use "las papas" instead of "las patatas," you just have to adjust your own answer key.)
Use these task cards for:
► Do Now/Bell Work
► Guided Practice
► Independent Practice
Table of Contents
► Student Answer Sheet
► Answer Key
► Printing Instructions
► 64 Task Cards (with numbers)
► 64 Task Cards (the same set, but unnumbered)
► Ideas for Using Task Cards
❓Why are there numbered and unnumbered versions?
I included an unnumbered set in case you want to:
→ pull out categories to practice (like just fruits and vegetables)
→ remove vocabulary that is not included in your curriculum
→ remove the peach and eggplant cards because you teach middle school/high school and you don't need that kind of stress in your life. ☺
Note: Emojis are a little grainy when shown at half-page size or larger, but the images are still fully recognizable.
More "me gusta/no me gusta" Task Cards
Me gusta Task Cards with Emojis | Pasatiempos
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