Review worksheet that goes over usage and conjugations of the verb "ser" in Spanish, as well as adjective meanings and agreement. Great review before a unit quiz on ser and basic adjectives for physical descriptions. Also a good refresher for
Discounted bundle of two of my adjective lists in Spanish: one for adjectives that tend to go with the verb ser, and another for adjectives that pair with estar. There are over 70 adjectives total! Great lists for an entire unit that centers around
Comprehensive unit vocabulary list for basic conversational phrases in Spanish such as "What is your name?", "Where are you from?", "please", "thank you", etc. Spanish terms are typed in, with space for students to fill in translated meanings.
Note sheet of vocabulary for common transitional words and phrases in Spanish for frequency and sequence (siempre, nunca, a veces, primero, segundo, etc). Includes an activity for students to practice saying how often a person does certain basic
Print these flashcards on colored cardstock and cut them out to have students practice which form of "How are you?" in Spanish is most appropriate when talking to various people. Use with visual cues on the board (teacher, peer, parent, stranger,
Print these flashcards on colored cardstock and cut them out to have students practice when to use ser or estar when trying to say "to be". Use with visual cues on the board to ask about various situations (physical descriptions, illnesses,
Have students use this note sheet as a reference table throughout the year to help them remember crucial parts of speech needed to keep up with your content. Includes spaces for grammatical definitions as well as examples.
Note sheet that introduces the comparative phrases "más que", "menos que", and "tan como" and explains how to use them in descriptions comparing two things. Includes sample sentences and practice sentences.
Worksheet/homework sheet where students come up with tricks to memorize vocab (specifically adjectives for this sheet, but it can be edited easily to fit any unit!). Students must draw pictures or write a silly sentence that helps them remember the