Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle: Daily Errands

Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle:  Daily Errands
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Spanish Vocabulary Activity Bundle: Daily Errands

This bundle is full of activities that review Spanish vocabulary related to daily errands around town. It is intended for intermediate Spanish and incorporates direct object pronouns and preterite of ir, ser, tener, poner, poder, etc., which correlates to Realidades 2 Chapter 3A. This file does include editable files, so you can tweak it to meet your class/vocabulary.

This bundle includes the following activities, which are also available for individual sale. If you download the product preview you can learn more about each type of activity.

Daily Errands Categorized Bingo Game
Daily Errands Board Game
Daily Errands Brickbreaker Partner Game
Daily Errands Buzz Class Game
Daily Errands Circle Puzzle Station Activity
Daily Errands Chutes & Ladders-Style Game
Daily Errands Against the Clock Self-Assessment
Daily Errands Comic Strip Sub Plans
Daily Errands Honeycomb Partner Game
Daily Errands Rotating Interviews
Daily Errands Matching Game
Daily Errands Jigsaw Puzzle Station Activity
Daily Errands Sentence Mixer Station Activity
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If you are looking for activities that correlate to Realidades 2 Chapter 3A, you can click here for more direct object pronoun activities and here for more preterite U group activities and here for more preterite activities that use ir, ser, dar, and ver.

These activities primarily focus on the ACTFL language comparison, interpersonal communication, and interpretive communication standards.

Going paperless? You can use the PDF documents in the Notability app for students to add their writing. Or you can upload the editable versions onto Google docs to use on Chromebooks.

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  • I’m a believer that my class is not just about Spanish - it’s about learning for life. One of the important parts of that process is having students determine their most effective learning styles and then learning study strategies that align with those preferences. To that end, I have created both
  • Circle puzzles are a great logic-based, kinesthetic tactile review activity that can work for any grammar or verb topic. Students work in pairs to match clues that build a circle when completed - it makes a great partner activity or station task. This file includes a 20-piece puzzle and instructions
  • Sentence mixers are one of my favorite ways to add collaborative learning to my class! Groups work together to assemble sentences using the target verb tense or grammar skill. The sentences are intentionally designed to keep reviewing syntax, word order, and agreement... each set includes 10 scrambl
  • Rotating interviews are a great way to get kids moving, mixing, and speaking in Spanish! Students are given 12 pointed questions and rotating through 12 partners, asking questions in the second person, responding in the first person, and recording what they find in the third person. This file includ
  • Comic strips are an awesome writing activity or sub plan! Each one is a little different, but they all ask students to respond to a unit-aligned prompt that requires writing in Spanish using the target vocabulary and grammar skills. And they all involve illustration, which is a great way to engage y
  • A jigsaw puzzle where students match clues to create an 8.5 x 11 puzzle! Includes instructions on possible ways to use and extend this activity in class. This is a quick activity that is fun, can serve as a station option, and leads to great partner work and collaborative learning. Jigsaw puzzles ta
  • Against the Clock is a quick and effective formative assessment game! Not unlike mathematical timed tests in elementary schools, students race against the clock to complete 36 quick review questions. They make note of how long it took to complete the questions and then add 10 seconds for every mista
  • This is a partner game that can be used for 2-3 players. Either way, one student has an A bank of questions while the other has a B bank of questions, so they can hold each other accountable as they play to claim spots on the honeycomb… and they can even take the question banks home to study later a
  • This Brickbreaker partner game can be used for 2-3 players. Students compete to claim bricks on a "brick wall" and earn bonus points if they can break a complete column or they break through to their opponent's side. Each player is assigned either an A or B question bank so the students hold each ot
  • Are you looking for ways to get your kids interacting in partners or small groups? Then this is for you! This board game can be used for 2-6 players. Students work their way through the board, hoping for move ahead or roll again squares, and hoping to avoid the move back spaces. Each player is ass
  • This is a board game that works for groups of 4-6 students! Each player is assigned either an A or B question bank so the students hold each other accountable for correct answers as they play, hoping for ladders and avoiding the slides backwards. I also included basic rule and vocabulary instruction
  • BUZZ (Zumbido in Spanish) is an easy review game for any verb tense, vocabulary set, or basic grammar structure. Students compete to answer clues, but could lose all their points if they get "buzzed!" This file includes playing cards and instructions with options for how to implement this game with
  • Matching game sets are one of my favorite ways to review vocabulary and grammar! This game includes matching playing cards and instructions for how to turn these versatile cards into a 5 minute, 10 minute, or 20 minute activity. They make great stations or mod activities! They are interactive and ph
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