This simple worksheet is designed to let students take notes about new vocabulary for school subjects. The sections are divided into core curriculum and "specials" like art, music, etc. There’s also a spot for other parts of the school day like lunch, recess, etc. The final section allows students to choose their favorites.
I’ve used this worksheet in support of immersion-style teaching by showing photos of each new class and discussing it without using English translations. As students take notes by writing the Spanish word in the correct category, I also have them make a quick doodle to remind them of the definition (though many are cognates). An example would be a music notes for "música" or a hamburger for "almuerzo," etc.
This page is also useful as a homework assignment or review guide, and the favorites section alone could be a quick homework or exit ticket. I’ve also had success using the favorites section as a jumping-off point for conversation and review the following class period.
One final note: I’ve also used this in conjunction with alphabet and spelling practice, with me spelling the subjects aloud in Spanish as students take dictation for their notes. It’s slower, but very good practice.