Espero que veas cosas que te sorprendan...Espero que conozcas a personas con otro punto de vista. Espero que vivas una vida de la que te sientas orgullosa. Y si ves que no es así, espero que tengas la fortaleza para empezar de nuevo.
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This TPRS story teaches students about the weather as they follow the story of a snowman who wants to live at the beach. Throughout the story, the travels around the US and learns about the climate in other places. But does he ever make it to the
This TPRS story tells the daily routine of Snickers (a pit bull mix) and Snowball (a poodle). They are brothers! Students will follow Snickers and Snowball from the moment they get up till the moment they go to bed! This story is completely in
This document contains detailed lesson plans for 1st-5th grade elementary Spanish. Each lesson plan is designed for 1 hour classes. All of the activities include links to free downloads on TPT (other stores) and one activity from one store that is a
In this product: Gustar TPRS story, Gustar explanation PowerPoint (includes all forms in the present tense) and Gustar translation worksheet/exercise.
This TPRS story will introduce students to the verb "gustar." Students will learn about Ricardo
This story in Spanish tells the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This is perfect for an elementary level Spanish class who is learning about this important cultural aspect. It is also perfect for an elementary school teacher who wants to incorporate
This product contains detailed and step-by-step instructions for regular AR verb conjugations in Spanish (2 pages). It also comes with fill-in notes for students to complete while you teach or to complete on their own.
This TPRS story uses the vocabulary from chapter 7 of the Así se dice 1B. With this story, students will read about Snickers, Snowball and Charlotte (3 dogs) who go to the beach and the mountains with their owner. All vocabulary from chapter 7 of
Attached are documentary questions for the YouTube documentary "A Camino de Santiago Story: To the End of the World." This is a great resource to use to incorporate culture in your Spanish class. Here is the link to the YouTube documentary: