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Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom

Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom
Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom
Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom
Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom
Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom
Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom
Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar Review with Idiom
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In these worksheets students will discover the hidden Spanish idiom by identifying either the different vocabulary words or different grammatical structures.

Level 1: Vocabulary Review

Students will determine the category the vocabulary words belong to (i.e. free time activities, personality traits, cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers, computer words, nationalities, school subjects and classroom activities.)

After identifying the words according to their categories, the students will then follow the directions and color them accordingly. If students do not have crayons or colored pencils they can simply cross out the words instead.

The boxes that remain will reveal the Spanish idiom, “*En boca cerrada no entran moscas”. Next, students will discuss with their teacher the meaning of this idiom. Finally, they will write a complete sentence in Spanish using the idiom.

Level 2: Grammar Review

Students will determine the grammatical category the words belong to (i.e. pronombres sustantivos, los verbos “SER”, los verbos “ESTAR”, los verbos que cambian a “go”, los verbos que cambian las raices (o-ue), (e-ie), (e-i), y los artículos definidos.)

After identifying the words according to their categories, the students will then follow the directions and color them accordingly. If students do not have crayons or colored pencils they can simply cross out the words instead.

The boxes that remain will reveal the Spanish idiom, “En boca cerrada no entran moscas”. Next, students will discuss with their teacher the meaning of this idiom. Finally, they will write a complete sentence in Spanish using the idiom.

“*En boca cerrada no entran moscas”= “Silence is golden”.

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