¡Manzanas con manzanas! My 7th grade Spanish Exploratory students absolutely loved this game! We play it in the first few weeks of the course - minimal pre-teaching required. Great ice breaker, always bring laughter to my classroom. Plus it
30 popular U.S. Celebrity cards with names, where each celebrity is from, and their birthdays - plus a color photo. Great for spicing things up while practicing greetings, introductions, where people are from, birthdays, and age (numbers).
Two Spanish logic puzzles that test students' knowledge of Spanish-speaking countries and reading comprehension. Students love to be challenged by logic puzzles, and working through them in the TL adds more rigor! Use as a warm-up, extension,
Articles, adverbs, and prepositions, oh my! Students quickly learn Spanish nouns, verbs, and many adjectives (cognates rule!), but these little connector words are so important for more fluid reading and conversation in the target language. Word
My 9th grade Spanish students were completely engaged when I showed them this oh-so-familiar screenshot of an iPhone texting conversation. Print it out and have students "send messages" to one another about class content, in the target language
This Power Point presentation is a fun warm-up activity for Spanish students who are learning the verb "ser." The presentation include 10 famous movie quotes that use a form of "ser." I found that they enjoyed saying the quotes out loud in the
This short PowerPoint is what I use to introduce the sentence structure to my Spanish 1 students. It includes many examples and is easy for students to follow (I strive to make very organized and properly formatted PowerPoints!). I use colored