This is designed to be used as a station activity for beginning Spanish, although you could use as three individual practice worksheets. It reviews days of the week and months of the year. There are 3 different activities along with an answer sheet
Students complete this school schedule worksheet about their actual class schedule.Incorporates 'a que hora...?', 'cual clase?', and descriptions of the class and teacher. After students complete this, we turn it into a speaking activity and
Use this straightforward note sheet to teach students how to conjugate -AR present tense verbs. Includes steps on how to conjugate a verb, the -AR verb endings, and practice conjugating the verb hablar.
This is an activity that lets students read through a story and fill in the blanks with either a preterite or imperfect verb. Then, students correct their work as they watch the short video.Worksheet with fill in blanks included, along with answers,
We used this template to make passports to use during our Foreign Language week activity, but it could be easily used for any activity where students would need a passport.
Just print this double-sided and you will get 2 passports from 1 sheet. Each
This mini-project has students respond to the question 'Como eres?' in 5 sentences and has them draw a self-portrait that matches/illustrates their sentences. Great way to start the year and then hang up the pictures around your classroom.
Students first match the English/Spanish questions, then they must answer each question in Spanish. I use this as a midterm review. Some questions covered include:¿Cómo estás?¿Cuál es la fecha?¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?¿Qué te duele?¿Cuál es tu color
Students match 'yo tengo...' phrases to practice hair description phrases (yo tengo pelo corto, etc.) and eye description phrases ('yo tengo ojos azules, etc.), and then write original sentences to describe themselves.