This is a page I pass out to students once we have learned about and practiced all the different forms of Spanish Pronouns-- Reflexive, Direct, and Indirect. It is a "cheat sheet" or resource page they can use to look pronouns up without having to
This is an activity for students to practice and/or review the Irregular Preterit. It covers Car/Gar/Zar, Irregular stems, and Dar/Ver. They use the key and color hte gum balls accordingly. This activity is different because the conjugation is
Graphic organizer to get your students writing about their family in Spanish. If you use the Realidades textbook it goes along with Chapter 5A. Covers family, tener, possessive adjectives, and descriptive adjectives with Ser. Also a good review
this is a short, and different, Worksheet I created for students to practice the Spanish verb Ir and vocab places. It coincides with the vocab from Realidades level 1, chapter 4A, but the places are pretty straight forward. I use it in Spanish 1
Here is a bundle of how I introduce the CONCEPT of the Spanish Preterit vs. Imperfect tenses. We master the concept completely in English before I teach it in Spanish, which is a little different, but works! Included is the notes I use to
This is an activity to help students better grasp saber y conocer. It can be done as an in-class assignment, as a homework, as a quiz grade etc. If you don't want them to cut/glue, they can just write each one in the correct category. I love it
This is an activity where the students have to think about the different ways we use Ser and Estar in Spanish. It can be done individually, or as a group on larger paper.
You can have them cut and glue into the T-chart, or simply write the
This goes parallel with the Realidades 2 chapter 3B unit, but you could adapt it however you needed
It requires students to use affirmative tu commands, driving vocab, label items in their town, indicate location using prepositions and use the
This is a great "research" assignment I did with my Spanish 1.
I assigned them each or in pairs an authentic food to research, then they created a Google slides presentation to present the required information. You could adapt this to be more in
Bingo game for students to
1- review past vocab and concepts (from Spanish 1/2)
2- get to know their classmates
3- get up and moving on the overwhelming first day(s) of school
I left the document in word so you can change any boxes that do not meet
Worksheet to practice family vocab in Spanish. Also includes descriptions using Ser, age using Tener, and a few professions.
Students have to read a short paragraph in Spanish then label each family member in the tree with their name, age, and a
This is a worksheet for students to practice both their present tense verb conjugations (ar, er,and ir) and the near future tense (ir a infinitive). There are 2 columns with a subject provided, as well as 2 images. The student has to write the
This is a walkabout activity to practice Spanish question words. There are 8 questions with 8 corresponding answers. HOWEVER- they question and answer on the SAME page do NOT match.
Hang all 8 randomly around the room- be sure it is random!
These are 9 different activities using the verb IR to talk about going places, and various locations in Spanish. It is correlated with Realidades, level 1, chapter 4A. I use it as homework that I assign when we begin the chapter. Student get to pick
-Includes 2 readings, questions for after reading, PowerPoint, 2 different Venn Diagrams
Reading activity with comprehension questions, and compare and contrast activities.
I have my students read the 2 readings together in groups of 3-5, then
Multiple worksheets to practice Spanish perfect tenses.
Some are just he present perfect, others have them mixed together. A great place to start if you are teaching them for the first time.
-Dice rolling game
These are the notes I used for Ser and Estar. I always teach them together. I feel it is a lot less confusing for them to always know there are 2 verbs for am/is/are, and to always work to differentiate between them from the start. I teach them
This is an oral communicative activity in Spanish for students to practice age using Tener + años, and family vocab. It has a 3 level family and pink/blue people with ages.
-Freeze the first page on your board, or pass it out a class set
This is an oral communicative activity in Spanish for students to practice naming foods, as well as the stem-changing verbs Tener, Querer, Preferiri, and Pedir.
-I have included the word doc in case you want to change any of the foods or the verb.
cute and simple activity for Spanish or ESL class where students complete a short poem and write about their mother. I usually put it on the board and have them write their own on notebook paper first, then write on the handout as a final copy. I