This story takes place in Historic Mexico City Chapultepec park. Chapultepec means in native indian " the hill of grasshoppers". Practice frequently used vocabulary with words beginning with the letter "Ch" in Spanish. Introduce words, tell and ask
These activities for the Day of the Death introduce culture and vocabulary. Students are then asked to write and draw the key terms. Altar, flores, velas, pan, calaveritas de dulce, papel picado, esqueleto con sombrero, chocolate caliente in full
This activity introduces some of the vocabulary for the Fall and then adds prepositions for students to practice by drawing whether the squirrel is to the left or the right or on top or bottom of the acorn. And then finally writing a full sentence
Teach your students about their favorite profession Firemen. In this activity students have a reference poster with new vocabulary and then they are asked to use it by identifying the correct picture, filling in the correct word within a sentence,
Storytelling is the best way to engage learners.This story shows the objects and the written language that describe the letter "A" objects in Spanish. It includes exercises to further internalize the vocabulary, crosswords, narratives, and fill in
This is the real life story of a dolphin who lost his mother and lives in the wild in Maviri Beach, Mexico. Learn a few letter "D" words in Spanish while learning about being kind to dolphins in the wild.
This story takes place in Lake Hediondo, Bolivia where Andean flamingos live, they are one of the rarest flamingos in the world. Practice storytelling and asking with this story that uses " F" words in Spanish. Word search included.