Around town/stores. There are three columns. The first with a picture of an item that you would buy in a store. The student writes the name of the store in which you would buy that item in Spanish and then translates to English.
On the second
My kids go crazy about this game. Students sit in groups of 3 or 4 with only one writing utensil. Roll the dice until you land on number 6. Grab the pen and conjugate as many words as possible until the next player rolls a six!
Community Unit: Students roll the dice and conjugate IR according to the number they roll. Then, they add "a la" or "al" before the place in the community. Part A is in the present, and Part B is in the preterite!
Community Unit: giving directions. There is a short intro paragraph that says an exchange student wants to know where to go out to eat in town. Give him directions to three different restaurants.
Students can use formal or informal commands.