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"Pirata" is a game designed to help students practise the concept of definite/indefinite, singular/plural articles. This version has been designed using masculine nouns and articles, but this could easily be edited to feminine nouns and articles if
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This is a game of bingo I used with my Year 1 Spanish students to practise body parts in Spanish, but you could easily use the game with another language. I have prepared 30 strips of 4 pictures. I cut them up (horizontally) and gave each student
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Add expression to the blank faces! Each of the 12 blank faces has a feeling/emotion written underneath it in Spanish. Students can use their own creativity to come up with a suitable expression to match the Spanish description. Includes 'estoy
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This is a work booklet I made for my Spanish class to accompany our unit on food and eating out in restaurants. It contains: Vocabulary pages (in English and Spanish) for: - different types of vegetables - different types of meats/seafood - cooking
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This worksheet is designed to introduce students to food-related vocabulary in Spanish. It contains 25 (numbered) clipart pictures of common food/drink items. Below, their names are listed in Spanish. Students have to match the items to their names
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This cute card template forms the shape of an Easter egg when cut out, opening to reveal a baby chick inside and "Felices Pascuas"* (Happy Easter!) inside. *Spanish text only. Students can create their own colourful Easter egg design on the front
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"Pirata" is a game designed to help students practise the concept of definite/indefinite, singular/plural articles. This version has been designed using feminine nouns and articles, but this could easily be edited to masculine nouns and articles if
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5th, 6th, 7th, 9th
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This is a PowerPoint presentation I used with my Grade 1 Spanish students to practise asking and answering ¿Cómo te llamas? This presentation contains clipart pictures of dinosaurs, with added sound effects! I gave each dinosaur a name and we
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This is a booklet I made to assist my Year 9 Spanish students in learning school - related vocabulary. It contains: - a vocabulary list for common stationery items - a word search and a crossword related to that vocabulary - a vocabulary list for
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This presentation is perfect for introducing students to adjectives in Spanish! Includes definition of an adjective and examples, grammatical rules (gender agreement/singular and plural), rules for adjectives ending in a vowel, rules for
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This handout contains two pages of grammatical rules and examples focusing on masculine and feminine words in Spanish. It also includes a description of the definite articles (el, los, la and las) and the indefinite articles (un, unos, una, unas)
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This is a simple greeting worksheet I use with my Year 1 Spanish students. It says 'Me llamo _________' and students have to fill in their name. It also says '¿Cómo estás?' and there are 3 blank faces with 3 replies written below. - Muy bien
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This is a worksheet on animals and adjectives that I created for my class. The worksheet contains sentences from A-Z in Spanish, describing various animals. E.g. "El mono es gracioso." "Los canguros saltan muy alto." "El
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is a game of bingo I used with my Year 1 Spanish students to practise the names of fruits in Spanish, but you could easily use the game with another language. I have prepared 32 strips of 4 pictures. I cut them up (horizontally) and gave each
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This PowerPoint presentation is perfect to use as an introduction to Spanish. It contains an activity where students can activate their prior knowledge and share what they already know about Spain, plus a link to a video about Spain/ Spanish
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is an audio file and worksheet I used with my 1st year Spanish students. Students listen to the audio and then complete the worksheet included. The audio is presented by a male native speaker. Students are asked to identify basic information
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The "Dice Game" is a game designed to help students understand the basic concept of singular definite articles in Spanish : EL and LA. This version is based on vocabulary related to places in or around a city, but the words are all simple and would
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is a PowerPoint activity I used with my class to introduce the concept of stem-changing verbs in Spanish. They are currently working on an assignment where they have to create their own superhero or villain and then describe what they look
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An original rap/song about the numbers 1-30 in Spanish. Sung by a Chilean native speaker. Students love trying to rap along and keep up with the pace! Lyrics repeated twice.
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This Powerpoint presentation uses 'family' vocabulary to discuss the idea of masculine, feminine, singular and plural nouns with students. It also touches on describing relationships between people. E.g. "Carlos is Juan's father". There are
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