I have included all of the resources I use while teaching the Spanish alphabet to my 7th and 8th graders.
Page 1: Pronunciation guides for the Spanish alphabet that can be cut out and handed out to students to use as a study guide. There are 30 letters, ch, ll, ñ, and rr are included as separate letters.
Pages 2-3: A practice worksheet that can be used in class. It includes: a pronunciation guide of the 30-letter version of the Spanish alphabet, room for students to write down Spanish words as you spell them using the Spanish alphabet, a partner activity where students spell words to each other using the Spanish alphabet, and a signature sheet where students can collect signatures after they recite the Spanish alphabet as practice to friends, family, teachers, coaches, etc.
Page 4: For a quiz, I have students recite the alphabet to me. This page is how I track the grade, where I can mark each letter that the student misses or mispronounces. After I enter the grade in the gradebook I return the slip to the student.
Page 5: A larger version of the alphabet without the pronunciation guide. I allow students to look at this while they recite the alphabet to me so that they don't lose their place.