Here you have got a bundle of dices for your German students: Personalpronomen, Verben, Modalverben, W-Fragewörter, Präpositionen, one to colour and one for your own creations.
You only need scissors and glue. I recommend to take thin carton, it is
This book pretends to enhance your work in your German class during the first year. You may use it for homework or supporting topics in class. Some activities are built in a way that the student should recognize on his/her own grammar structures by
These cards will help your learners to understand the personal pronouns. You will find two cards without name, to fill in your learner names. (I mean: one card is named "Thomas/er" and other "Anna/sie", so may change these names).
You can use it
Dices game, that helps to learn the German prepositions which are always combined with Akkusativ or Dativ.
CONDITION: Linguistic level from A1 Advanced
TARGET GROUP: German learners, children, youngsters and adults
AIM: To learn the German
You will find here a puzzle to get the correct form of the regular verbs. (Finishes on "st-t/ est-et".
You may use the blankets for your own verbs and/or use the verbs I posted.
It often helps people to understand and memorize better when they can
German picture dictionnary for school articles. 1st to 4th grade.
Un diccionario de imágenes para aprender algunos de los artículos escolares más utilizados en alemán. De 6 a 9 años.
by Katharina Geiger
Funny game to repeat vocabulary, adjectives and personal pronouns, articles and text understanding. The students have to understand the short text to find out which animal is described. This has to be added to the text and the next student reads the
Printable clock to teach and learn to say the time in German. Size A4 paper.
You'll find a bigger one here in the store to put it on the wall. (DIN A3)
Just take a scissor and then stick it on a thicker paper or carton. To fix the
A card game to learn the most comon German adjectives (each positiv adjective has got its negativ adjective card). In German you know this type of game like "Memory" but I'm not sure if this is the correct translation into English.
Los 8 adjetivos más comunes en alemán. Ficha para hispanohablanates.
Acht deutsche Adjektive für Spanisch sprechende Schüler.
The eight most common adjectives in German for Spanishspeakers.
Más cosas como ésta encuentras en mi libro
Alemán para hispanohablantes. Aprende los adjetivos más comunes en alemán con animales. Recomiendo usar el "Tierdomino" (gratis) para practicar lo aquí aprendido.
Más fichas como ésta encuentras en mi libro "Willkommen",
Un resumen de los artículos en Nominativ y Akkusativ.
Más fichas como esta encuentras en mi libro "Willkommen".
Gracias por tu comentario.
This sheet is part of my e-book "Willkommen". It helps to reforce the use of common adjectives on the example with animals on an easy level. You may use it in class or for homework.
German starters who speak Spanish, level A1.
Please let me know,
This sheet is part of my e-book "Willkommen". It is to reforce these possessive articles that are so difficult to learn for the persons "I, you, he & she". Made for German learners who speak Spanish, level A1.
If you wish to have an answer key,
This sheet is part of my e-book "Willkommen". It is to resume students have learned. In this worksheet they have to describe a few animals about how they are, what they can/can't do and what they like or not.
For Spanish speakers who learn German,
I created each "German time" to enable a better comprehension of some of these difficult times. Using colours should help students to identify when they have to use "vor/nach", especially in combination with "halb".
I think I prepared all possible
With this memory game your students improve comprehension of saying the time in German. Each image has got its pair in writing. You only shoud pay attention that the students pronounce each timecard they take, and to answer either the pair they took
This material is to cut out (laminate if possible) in order to test the understanding of the previous learned times. In order that your students not only learn how to say all possible times from 5 to 6 ;-), I added a sheet with "empty clocks", so