This was my students´ favorite cultural lesson (well, apart from the ones where we have prepared authentic Hispanic foods in class!). This worksheet is intended to accompany the brief Rick Steves documentary (6:22 long), which you can download from
I made this as an end-of-year activity for those last several days when you know they don't have much gas left in the tank, yet you still want them to engage in the target language. There is a brief overview of the scenario and the conditions on the
Kids love playing Battleship! This game includes a good mix of regular, -car/-gar/-zar, stem-change, and irregular verbs, so it's a good review for the preterite tense as well. The board is large enough to make the game competitive and challenging.
This poster is intended to be printed on 17" x 11" paper (it costs about $2 to print full-color at Staples or OfficeMax). While students might never use this phrase outside of Spanish class, I have seen firsthand how first-year students will copy
This free hangman is a decent "fall-back" activity if you need something last-minute for a sub to use (hey - you're not there to provide comprehensible input!). If you print this front and back, each student can play one game with four different