3 Pages of worksheets for students to practice reading and writing time in Spanish. One page has given times in Spanish for students to read and translate to English. Another page features analog clocks for students to draw hands on based on the
Use the viewing guide with your students as you watch the BBC Culture documentary: Mexico - Feasts.
The questions are taken from parts 2 and 3, found at the link below:
This is a great video for
This worksheet features guided questions for the Netflix series "Chef's Table" episode from season 3 titled "Virgilio Martinez." The episode explores the life and creations of head chef Virgilio Martinez from a restaurant called Central in Lima,
This worksheet features guided questions for the Netflix series "Chef's Table" episode from season 2 titled "Enrique Olivera." The episode explores the life and creations of head chef Enrique Olivera from a restaurant in Mexico City. This is a great
Simple posters to hang up in the classroom with key questions. Students will be able to see them and ask to go to the restroom, get a drink of water, or go to the nurse.
Puedo ir al bano?
Puedo ir a tomar agua?
Puedo ir a la
This template is designed for students to research an animal and complete the boxes with information in Spanish.
Students can write the Spanish name for their animal, write sentences that describe what they look like, where they live, and what food
Print out the cards and cut them out for a matching game!
Have students lay each card face down. Match the spanish vocabulary word to the correct picture!
Food vocabulary words include: pollo, jamón, bistec,manzana, café, papas, naranja, jugo,
24 Task Cards to be used for a level 1 unit over LOS DEPORTES! :)
Cards include questions about vocabulary for sports, as well as related words such as "player" and "team." Verbs JUGAR and PRACTICAR are also included!
Use this set of 16 card pairs as a matching game with your students.
One card shows a photo of a different food item and it's match has the Spanish word.
This is a fun and easy activity for review, or fast finishers!
These labels can be printed out and hung around the classroom to label common objects.
There are two words per page in bold font.
Words included (in Spanish): Wall, Door, Clock, Flag, Window, Cabinet, Floor, Desk, Chair, Trash Can, Board, Light,
Spanish notes page to accompany teacher lecture. Notes go over words for I, he, she birthday, and happy birthday.
Phrases include how to ask: "How old are you?', "How old is he?", "How old is she?", "When is your birthday?", "When is his
Students can practice using basic Spanish descriptions to introduce popular celebrities.
Students will use information given with the photograph to describe a person's name, age, hair and eye color.
Great review or practice with basic