Have students work on their Spanish pronouns with a matching puzzle. They match the pronoun in Spanish with the English counterpart. They only fit together one way so there is no guess work. There are 10 circles in all. Vosotros is included. This
Students can cut out the Spanish #'s 11-20 and place them in order on their casa.Or if you have older students they can cut the squares on the house like little windows and display the number page behind. Then they could write the English on the
Self Guided activity.
This is a simple roll and write with Spanish pronouns and verbs. It covers -ar, -er, and -ir verbs. It also has a few adjectives such as rapido, lento, malo etc. Students like making the silly sentences such as Baila lento.
This is a small introduction to the simple future as well as infinitive verb vocabulary. This can be for grade school students, for a FLEX Spanish class, or a quick self intro for older students.
Students are given an example of how to write about
This Spanish language worksheet introduces the Spanish fruits as well as symmetry. They can finish the other half of the fruit and read the word aloud. They could be cut and used as a booklet or flashcards after completed.
This is a fun way to reinforce shapes. The students can read their Spanish shape recipe and and make their own pizza!
I suggest using foam shape stickers or shape sticker sheets. Afterwards, they can display their pizza or tell everyone their