This is a matching squares puzzle and a set of flash cards over the 21 Spanish-speaking countries and capitals. This is a great hands-on activity for level I and II Spanish students when learning or reviewing the Spanish-speaking countries and capitals.
Matching Squares: Pass these out pre-cut along the solid lines, shuffled, and paper clipped together. Then have your students put the puzzle back together by matching each Spanish-speaking county with it's capital. Make sure to print this out at actual size or at 100% so that all 16 squares will be the same size after cutting it.
Flash Cards: Pass these out pre-cut along the dotted lines, shuffled, and paper clipped together. Then have your students use the flash cards to practice quizzing each other. They may ask questions such as, “¿Cuál es la capital de ________?” or “¿Cuál es el país de ________?” The flash cards are to be printed two-sided, pages 3-5 on one side and pages 6-8 on the back side. Make sure to print these out at actual size or at 100%.
Countries included: España, México, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panamá, Cuba, La República Dominicana, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Perú, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Guinea Ecuatorial
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