La casa y los quehaceres
This is a bundle of graphic organizers, notes, speaking activities and writing activities about the house and chores. It includes:
p. 3: House note guide (rooms and furniture)
p. 4: Furniture/room practice worksheet
This is a TPRS story that I use with elementary FLES Spanish students. The snake is sad because he can't do things he sees the other animals doing. He discovers that he can dance and makes a new friend.
This is a packet of 32 pages of poem excerpts, jigsaw activities, rubrics, discussion questions and a project to make your own poem. This is ideal for Spanish 1 or equivalent language learners. Students learn about Pablo Neruda and his poetry by
Halloween Mad Lib for beginner Spanish learners. Students fill in a list of prompts in Spanish (animal, color, names, etc.) then plug them into a Halloween themed story about a costume party using basic vocabulary (camina, va, vive, se llama,
Practice with Spanish numbers 1-10 for beginning elementary students. I usually sing "uno, dos, tres amigos" with them then have them practice writing the numbers and coloring in the corresponding number of starts. Great for writing practice in
These are task cards in Spanish and in English for use with TPRS stories or any reading or listening. They are ideal for an extension activity, warm-up, or centers/stations.
16 color task cards in Spanish
16 color task cards in
Students love playing "buque de guerra" as they conjugate AR verbs in the present tense. Print out the game board and fold in half "hamburger style." Have students place them back to back on a desk and staple the tops together to make easy
This focuses on Spanish commands and other useful vocabulary for the first days of school. Included is a vocab list that I usually introduce with TPRS and a practice worksheet unscrambling the words and filling in the blanks to complete the
Spanish ¿Qué tiempo hace? bulletin board including 8 weather expression cards and an extra blank page to create your own.
**Edit now includes full page weather cards as well.
Students fill in information about themselves then color/decorate the pennant to represent their personalities. Students then cut out pennant and share with the class as an ice breaker. String them together to make a great papel picado style banner
Cute activity as a practice or review with numbers from 1-10 in Spanish. Students practice with fine motor skills coloring and cutting out the apples and pasting them onto the corresponding apples on the tree. Makes for a fun fall decoration for