This activity uses 3 forms (tú, yo, and él/ella) of several different Spanish weather words and expressions. Examples are hace buen tiempo, hay relámpago y trueno, hace fresquito, el clima húmedo, hace frío, y está nublado y llovizna.
Each student mingles with a bingo grid and must find different classmates that can reply yes to each of the 16 boxes. When a student replies yes to a question, the questioning student follows up by asking in Spanish for the student's signature. The goal is to be the first student to fill the entire bingo grid.
Also included is a follow up worksheet that requires students to:
1. Write a sentence for each of the 16 boxes in the grid. The student includes the name of the student that signed the box and must change the verb to the 3rd person.
2. Write an appropriate Spanish weather word or phrase under 6 images at the bottom of the paper.
This is a fun, helpful activity for students learning weather vocabulary, and it's also a great back to school review / get to know you activity for students with prior Spanish experience.
Created by Sue Summers
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Spanish Weather Human Bingo Game Speaking Activity and Follow-Up
by Sue Summers
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License
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