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Battleships Games French/Spanish

Battleships Games French/Spanish

Different prepared battleship grids for use with Key Stages 3 and 4, i think there are grids with avoir, etre and Adjective, etre and Jobs, daily Routine french and spanish, Weather (fr), simple Future, Places in the Town, Countries of origin(fr), simple future (sp), faire + activities. They have all been prepared for Listos/Expo Books 1/2. Just to clarify the ratings comment, they have been created to follow the numeracy strategy ie you DO read the horizontal first then the vertical!!!!
cochondinde
Daily Routine Games -Spanish

Daily Routine Games -Spanish

Card games, Connect 4 and board Game for practising daily Routine Vocabulary and Telling the Time. It is in Spanish, but can easily be adapted for other languages (French, German). All instructions included.
rosaespanola
Spanish Food & Drink Tutorial

Spanish Food & Drink Tutorial

A Powerpoint introducing food and drinks in Spanish with noughts and crosses Activities and 'Who wants to be a millionare' game to memorise the Vocabulary.
aravis
Spanish Routine - Rutina Diaria Game

Spanish Routine - Rutina Diaria Game

This is a Snakes and Ladders style board Game practising daily routine in Spanish. It is an Speaking and Writing activity, easily adapted to suit all abilities and any year group.
Supreena
Spanish Food and Drink Flipchart

Spanish Food and Drink Flipchart

Flipchart revising drinks and introducing snack food, typical Spanish food, ice-creams. Drag the food onto the menu, drag food onto plate and role play drag into order
lisilu
Spanish/French Speaking: Parts of the Body/Illness

Spanish/French Speaking: Parts of the Body/Illness

Paired Speaking activity to practise Parts of the Body and Illness. I’ve uploaded a Spanish and a French version, but they could be adapted for other languages. In pairs, pupil A has one sheet and pupil B has the other. Without showing each other their sheets, they take turns to say me duele(n)/j’ai mal + one of the body parts marked on their pirate. The other pupil has to mark that body part in the correct place on their unlabelled picture. My Y8s loved this.
rosaespanola