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Students practice Spanish prepositions by responding to 7 questions regarding 6 numbered mice and 1 numbered cat positioned in various places within a room. They are instructed to respond to the questions using Spanish prepositions. Six questions contain "¿Dónde está el ratón número...?" and there is one questions that asks "¿Dónde está el gato número uno?" To assist students with their responses, there is a vocabulary word (mesa, cuadro, reloj, cómoda or florero) under each question that corresponds to the location of the mouse or cat. The answer key is included.
Also included in this resource are 2 pages containing the rhyme Hickory Dickory Dock. One page is for use in presenting and practicing pronunciation together in class and the other contains 3 per page for paper saving student handouts.
Created by Sue Summers
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Spanish Prepositions of Location 7 Questions with Hickory Dickory Dock Rhyme by Sue Summers is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Spanish grammar, preposiciones