This is a fun yet simple way to review subject pronouns. Each student receives a worksheet, and each group of three or four students receives a dice and pencil. They take turns passing the dice, trying to roll a six. The first person to roll it
This packet was a great way for my Spanish 1 students to review the most important concepts they have learned this year. This helped them earn high scores on their final exam, and I hope this can help your students as well! You can see thumbnails of
**Re-download Worksheet for Updated Version** This worksheet goes along with the FREE online video by Nova/National Geographic (see link at the bottom) about Machu Picchu. The video is 54 minutes long, and the worksheet has ten questions in English
This lesson worked so well the first day of school the last two years that I’m looking forward to using it again!
This product contains everything you need for the first day:
-A two-page customizable syllabus (the first page is shown in the
Using a Spanish menu with meals from the restaurant El Loro, students ask and answer questions completely in Spanish using food vocabulary. My students loved this activity, since it was based on a real restaurant they were familiar with, they got to
This game helps students have fun while reviewing how to tell time in Spanish! I love this game, because students are completely self-sufficient, there's an element of surprise that keeps them engaged, and any student can win, since winning depends
This fifteen-page packet consists of a variety of activities to help your students thoroughly understand and produce the important concepts from the Realidades 5a chapter. Here are descriptions of each page:Pages 1-2: Note-taking pages on the
This Microsoft Word file contains 40 cards that can be used for the small-group game of Go Fish. Simply print the cards on cardstock, cut them up (you could have the students help you), and give a deck to each group of four students. Go Fish
This board game is an engaging way for students to review Spanish affirmative and negative words. They advance spaces by answering questions correctly, and the first one to the buried treasure wins!
One student draws a card and reads the question,
This ten-page packet will help your students master the content from the Realidades 1, Chapter 3B chapter in no time! It is full of explanations, examples, charts, practice activities, and pictures for visual learners.
You can download the
This packet contains a variety of activities to help your students master the content of the Realidades 4A chapter for Spanish 1.
A thumbnail of each page is included in the preview, but here are descriptions of each page:
Pages 1 & 2:
This Microsoft Word file features a comical character and a word bank with twelve body parts for labeling. The body parts included are: el ojo, la nariz, la boca, el pelo, la oreja, la cabeza, la mano, el dedo, el brazo, el estómago, el pie and la
This documentary will fascinate your students! It follows a year in the lives of two Dominican teens as they train to become Major League Baseball players. This video shows Dominican culture, explains some injustice in the MLB, and captures the
Help your students master the content of the Realidades 4B chapter in no time! These thirteen pages of note-taking and practice sheets work well as one packet or as individual handouts. Here is a description of each page:
Pages 1-3: Note-taking
Help your students glide through each chapter with ease, and save yourself countless hours of planning, with this packet pack! Each packet is individually for sale at my store, and fellow Tpt-ers have described the individual packets as "AMAZING,"
This packet is a great supplement for the Realidades 3A chapter for Spanish I, and it works great as one packet or as individual handouts throughout the chapter. Here is a description of each page:
Pages 1 and 2: note-taking sheets where students
This is a great way to have some fun while reviewing Spanish 1 concepts and vocabulary! First, you create a Mad-libs story as a class, so they understand the directions and become excited to make their own stories.
Next, students sit with a
This is a fun way to review "me gusta," "me gustan," "me encanta," me encantan," and food vocabulary. Each student receives a worksheet, and each group of three or four students receives a dice and pencil. They take turns passing the dice, trying to
This "Seis" game is a high-energy (yet organized) way to review Spanish family vocabulary, plus possessive adjectives. All you need is dice, this game sheet, and to seat your students in groups, and you're ready to play!
Each student receives a
These 14 pages of activities will help your students thoroughly understand and use the content of the Realidades 2A chapter for level two. You could print these pages all as one packet, or you can hand them out individually as in-class activities or