This web-quest type activity reviews weather-related vocabulary in a real-life context. Students choose three cities from the Spanish Speaking world and look up the weather in that city. They then complete a chart that includes the temperature, a
Need a quick writing activity to ring in the new year? Look no further. In this activity, students first write 12 things or wishes they desire in the new year. Then they use the sentence starter "En ____________ deseo __________________".They can
This project can be used as an assessment after students have learned basic greetings and farewells in Spanish. It includes space for students to sketch a rough draft before making the final product in Canva, an online poster maker.
This is an end of unit project. In order to complete it students need to have been exposed to basic daily routine vocabulary and classes. Students demonstrate their knowledge through creating a Powtoon video that includes at least 3 activities that
Students can use this handout to create a wanted poster for a real or made up person. My students love to make them for each other. The information the poster asks students do include where they live, birthday, personality and physical description.
This project is a great way for students to showcase what they know after learning school supply vocab and classes. Students create a backpack (Cut out provided). Inside the backpack they write a short essay that includes:
3-4 sentences per class
Need an activity to practice food vocabulary in a more interactive way? This activity asks students to go around the room to and ask whether or not there classmates like a certain food. If their classmates like a certain food they will sign the
Need a creative project for students to show that they now how to tell time in Spanish? This is a mini project to do just that! I have intentionally not included many directions to allow students to be creative. I have included the directions three
Flyer swatter game students play in pairs or groups of 3. The teacher or another student calls out numbers from the board and the goal is to be the first person in the group to find and touch the board. The first person to do so gets a point. The
Are your students not taking their warmup seriously? Do you want to hold them more accountable? Try this recording sheet! The directions are as follows:
Write the date and the I can statement then complete the calentamiento. At the end of each