1. Resources Home
  2. Primary
  3. Languages
  4. Spanish
  5. Links to other subjects
SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 CHALLENGE CARDS

SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 CHALLENGE CARDS

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING SPANISH LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTISING AND REVISING SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100! SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 CHALLENGE CARDS really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Students can develop, embed, reinforce and refresh their knowledge of SPANISH numbers in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. They have a bonus multi-skill focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading and spelling. They’re great for helping students familiarize themselves with, and develop competence in, speaking, reading, writing and spelling longer words in SPANISH. The cards are useful not only when you’re focusing on Numbers 0-100, but also as an all-year-round starter, plenary and general ‘pick-me-up’ activity, as the goal is not simply to learn how to count in SPANISH, but also to enjoy working with SPANISH, and to feel confident about doing so. The questions range in complexity and challenge, and are great for honing numeracy skills too - especially if calculators are not allowed! The resource comprises the following 3 files: Set of 48 challenge cards, 6 per A4 (8.5 x 11) paper. Print, laminate and cut out. Depending on how long you want the activity to last for, choose a particular number of cards per small group of students, and place them in a tin, bowl or small box so that students can easily select a card, and then replace at the end of the activity. You can simply place all the cards in the bowl/box and let students work their way through, either in a single lesson, or across a series of lessons - I’ve found 15-20 minutes across several lessons can work really well. Students do need to remember to file their recording sheets carefully! 2-page answer recording sheet. Best printed double-sided. 2-page answer key, again best printed double-sided, and laminated for longevity. One answer key for each small group is sufficient. Students find this reference sheet really useful - download it for free here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-numbers-0-100-vocabulary-reference-list-11746160 The resource consists of 3 non-editable files; please use the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y QUE OS DIVIRTÁIS!
LivelyLearning
SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 TASK CARDS

SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 TASK CARDS

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING SPANISH LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTICING AND REVISING SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100! SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 TASK CARDS really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Students can develop, embed, reinforce and refresh their knowledge ofSPANISH numbers in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. They have a bonus multi-skill focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading and spelling. They’re great for helping students familiarize themselves with, and develop competence in, speaking, reading, writing and spelling longer words in SPANISH. The cards are useful not only when you’re focusing on Numbers 0-100, but also as an all-year-round starter, plenary and general ‘pick-me-up’ activity, as the goal is not simply to learn how to count in SPANISH, but also to enjoy working with SPANISH, and to feel confident about doing so. The questions range in complexity and challenge, and are great for honing numeracy skills too - especially if calculators are not allowed! The resource comprises the following 3 files: Set of 48 task cards, 6 per A4 (8.5 x 11) paper. Print, laminate and cut out. Depending on how long you want the activity to last for, choose a particular number of cards per small group of students, and place them in a tin, bowl or small box so that students can easily select a card, and then replace at the end of the activity. You can simply place all the cards in the bowl/box and let students work their way through, either in a single lesson, or across a series of lessons - I’ve found 15-20 minutes across several lessons can work really well. Students do need to remember to file their recording sheets carefully! 2-page answer recording sheet. Best printed double-sided. 2-page answer key, again best printed double-sided, and laminated for longevity. One answer key for each small group is sufficient. Students find this reference sheet really useful - download it for free here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-numbers-0-100-vocabulary-reference-list-11747766 The resource consists of 3 non-editable files; please use the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y QUE OS DIVIRTÁIS!
LivelyLearningClassroom
Conditional Tense Practice - Advice Spanish

Conditional Tense Practice - Advice Spanish

In this resource students are in charge of an advice column for an online website. They need to respond to other student's situations/problems and tell these students what they WOULD do in their situation. Provides an opportunity for students to read typical problems (I forgot my homework, I didn't study, stain on my sister's shirt) and respond in a realistic or funny way. At the end students can create their own problem, that classmates will respond to.
stephaniehmetzger
Quinceañera Group Project

Quinceañera Group Project

Have students learn by doing! Very minimum prep needed from teachers, and guides students with rubrics for self-directed learning - with genuine motivation as at the end of the projects students throw a quinceañera in class! Spilt class into three groups: Restaurant Group: Create the menus, organize the food to bring for the party, and serve the food (all in Spanish!) Great way to create an authentic ordering and serving Spanish conversation Invitation Group: Create the invites for the party to hand out to students and adults, also the option for a second project addition of making games and decorations, Dance Group: Create a dance choreography to bachata for the quinceañera - includes a playlist of videos for your students to learn from. Example videos from my classroom. Speeches for mother and father of the quince girl. Includes: -3 group project rubrics -A Powerpoint including a video, notes, writing prompts, and an outline for your quinceañera in class -Bachata Dance videos
stephaniehmetzger
(South America) Discover Brazil- Reading Research Guide

(South America) Discover Brazil- Reading Research Guide

This reading guide is for students to complete while learning about the country Brazil. The article is 10 pages long with lots of visuals. It covers many interesting topics about Brazil including the people, animals, sports, geography and food. The guide is a 3 page PDF. The article is hyperlinked in the guide title for easy access, as well as included as a PDF to print. See my other South America Resources. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
Busybugsy
Mexico Facts- Internet Reading Research Guide

Mexico Facts- Internet Reading Research Guide

This Reading Guide for students to complete while learning about the country of Mexico. The article is 8 pages long with lots of visuals. The guide is a 2 page PDF. The article is hyperlinked in the guide title for easy access, as well as included as a PDF to print. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
Busybugsy
KS4 Spanish- Developing Translation Skills for GCSE (Edexcel & AQA)

KS4 Spanish- Developing Translation Skills for GCSE (Edexcel & AQA)

N.B. This lesson is designed to work in preparation for translation from Spanish into English, centering on Section C Translation in the new Edexcel Spanish GCSE specification. This can be used as well for the AQA exam board as they also have a translation section from Spanish-English. - Lesson includes many translation strategies and tips, but focuses on developing the skill of 'naturalisation' in English (i.e. translating to ensure that the English sounds correct and natural, without adding or removing information from the source text). - Shows students how to practically use the skill of naturalisation through step-by-step tasks. - Includes tips and examples of how to translate more challenging language, such as Spanish place and food names. - Features differentiated tasks for both Foundation and Higher exams. - Lesson includes a new GCSE-style translation task (SP-EN) with an area for peer evaluation comments and with respective mark schemes. - PowerPoint slides provide comments for the teacher with explanations on how each task might be delivered and any vital information to support the students. - Questions for students to consider throughout concerning how they translate to encourage meta-cognition of their steps for translation.
tcnewman
Los tiempos verbales- TENSES - table drill

Los tiempos verbales- TENSES - table drill

Table with infinitives and different columns for them to conjugate the I and We form of each infinitive (regular and high frequency irregular verbs (ser,estar, ir, salir, tener) into the different tenses (present, preterite, near future, conditional, imperfect, perfect, simple future and subjunctive). Easy to adapt by adding/replacing infinitives and/or tenses. It worked perfectly well with all range of learners.
Estefania_moreno
Spanish Instagram Food Posts

Spanish Instagram Food Posts

Fun Activity or Project, where students get a blank template included in this powerpoint of an Instagram post with a comments section. Includes directions for students to post a photo of a meal (or draw) create silly hashtags about the meal, and include comments from their peers using the IR+A (voy a comer...) structure that can easily be adapted for what you are working on in your unit. Students include the number of likes in Spanish as well, and makes for a great display in your classroom revolving around a food unit. NO PREP needed.
stephaniehmetzger
MFL Games/ Starters/ Displays bundle - easy to adapt for other topics

MFL Games/ Starters/ Displays bundle - easy to adapt for other topics

Lots of attractive, easy to adapt resources and activities that are tried and tested, I am regularly complimented on resources I share with my dept and I have seen these being used by other staff The games in particular are popular with students, the starters are all challenging and grammar focused which is good for the new GCSE requirements
fayesutcliffe
Una visita a la National Gallery de Londres

Una visita a la National Gallery de Londres

If you ever go to London on a school trip related to Spanish, you can always go to the National Gallery (rooms 39 and 30) to see the paintings of Goya, Murillo and Velázquez. Here there is a little booklet with biographies and the paintings with some questions to have your students engaged and interested in the masterpieces whilst you are visiting the museum. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me: srta.gimenez@gmail.com
Miriam_84