This unit includes 21 Printables
1. Blank Calendar: Students write the days of the week on the blank calendar. Then, they will write the numbers for the dates. You can have your students keep this in their notebooks and refer back to it throughout the month to help them keep organized.
2. February Questions (2 pages): Students will answer a variety of different questions about the month of February.
How many days are there in the month of February?
On which day of the week did February begin this year?
When do we celebrate Valentine’s Day? Write it on the calendar.
What month comes after February?
Write 3 words that describe the month of February.
3. Mingle Activity Level 1: “Valentine’s Day Find Someone Who…”
Students will get out of their chairs and walk around during this mingle activity. They will ask each other the questions indicated in each of the boxes on the worksheet. For example:
Student A: Are you going to go to the theater on Valentine’s Day?
Student B: Yes, I am. I’m going to go to the theater.
Student B: No, I’m not. I’m not going to go to the theater.
-When a student finds someone who is going to do that activity, have that person write his or her name in the box.
-The first student with the most signatures wins the game.
4. Mingle Activity Level 2: “Valentine’s Day Find Someone Who...”(Past Tense)
This is the same mingle activity, but at a higher level of difficulty. Now, the student will need to ask and answer the questions in the past tense.
5. Information Gap for February Level 1:
This is a partner activity in which students are trying to fill in the activities for the month of February. Student A and Student B receive a calendar, but their calendars have different information. Students will have to ask and answer questions in Spanish. Questions have been provided for the students in the target languages. Students can choose to take turns asking questions or have one person ask all the questions then the other.
Note for the teacher: When making copies, I usually make Student A’s worksheet on one color (i.e. yellow) and Student B’s worksheet on a different color (i.e. blue). This helps so much when passing out the papers.
6. Information Gap for January Level 2: (Past Tense)
7. Valentine’s Day Activities: Students will put a check in each box next to the activities they are going to do this year. Then, they will write a sentence for each one following the model
8. Valentine’s Day Spanish Conv. Cards & Directions
This set includes 42 conversation cards which focus on Valentine’s Day Vocabulary. These cards include vocabulary phrases such as “buy flowers”, “go out with your boyfriend/ girlfriend”, “bake cupcakes” etc. You can laminate and cut up these conversation cards to use them in a variety of different ways in your classroom.
I have also included the directions on how to implement three different fun, interactive activities in your own classroom using these cards. Your students will love these conversation cards! This set is good for first and second year Spanish classes.
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