Help students learn vocabulary related to chores through this silly story, written entirely in the present tense. It includes comprehension questions and vocabulary practice both in English and Spanish.
In this story, Claris Bilton, a wealthy hotel heiress never has to do any chores until one day when her parents make her move out and fend for herself.
Included vocabulary: hacer la cama, lavar la ropa, planchar, colgar la ropa, arreglar el cuarto, bañar al perro, dar comida al perro, cuidar al perro
The document is fully editable and easy to share via Google Classroom or similar platforms if necessary. It can also be printed and completed by hand.
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