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This is a 12 slide Power Point lesson for beginning Spanish Language Learners and Spanish Level 1 teachers. The objective is for students to be able to ask and answer questions about how to spell names and ask for phone numbers (after alphabet and numbers have been introduced). The slides are articulate and colorful and provide students ample guided practice opportunities through interactive speaking and writing activities. Purchase this great resource today for your students!
mariammalek22
Classes in Spanish Info Gap

Classes in Spanish Info Gap

Partner speaking activity. Each chart has only half of the information filled in. Students must converse in Spanish to complete their chart. Student names and times are given; must fill in classes. Can be more challenging by requiring certain tenses or grammatical structures to be used.
jer520
Mentalidad de Crecimiento -Trick or “Three” Halloween Minilibro

Mentalidad de Crecimiento -Trick or “Three” Halloween Minilibro

Este minilibro interactivo tiene como objetivo ayudar a tus estudiantes a pasar de una mentalidad fija a una de crecimiento, a tomar conciencia de sus propias habilidades, actitudes, desafíos y responsabilidades frente al aprendizaje y retos que enfrentan cada día. Los estudiantes comprenderán que es la mentalidad de crecimiento (growth mindset), reconocerán y podrán ser conscientes del esfuerzo y progreso que han demostrado tener en ocasiones sin saberlo, además lograrán ganar mayor confianza en relación a lo que el éxito realmente significa. Este recurso es PERFECTO para promover y presentar el tema de la mentalidad de crecimiento en el aula durante todo el mes de octubre, aprovechando la motivación por la celebración de Halloween. El recurso contiene: Mentalidad de crecimiento -Trick or “Treat” Halloween Minilibro en blanco y negro ** 12 medias páginas **. Un certificado a color, ubicado al final del minilibro, para los niños que lo han completado ** media página** ¡Disfruta de los beneficios de fomentar una cultura de mentalidad de crecimiento en tu clase!
ClassPlus
Key Stage 3 Spanish - Vocabulary and Grammar - Where I live

Key Stage 3 Spanish - Vocabulary and Grammar - Where I live

This booklet contains vocabulary and grammar appropriate for Key Stage 3 on the theme of ‘Where I live’. It is designed to accompany my new GCSE-style activities workbook, available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/key-stage-3-spanish-where-i-live-new-gcse-style-activities-11960413 A free sample of a similar vocab and grammar booklet is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/key-stage-3-spanish-introducing-myself-vocabulary-and-grammar-11948993
katelanguages
New Spanish A Level: Discussion cards (Paper 3 - Speaking)

New Spanish A Level: Discussion cards (Paper 3 - Speaking)

This is a free sample of this resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-a-level-paper-3-speaking-discussion-cards-themes-1-2-3-and-4-11934713 The full resource consists of a booklet which contains 72 speaking cards based on Theme 1, Theme 2, Theme 3 and Theme 4 of the new Spanish A Level course (Aspects of Hispanic society, Artistic culture in the Hispanic world, Multiculturalism in the Hispanic World and Aspects of political life in the Hispanic world). The cards contain (quite a lot) of factual information about the theme (a lot more than the sample cards from AQA) and three questions, the first one always being "How do you react to the information on this card). The aim of presenting the cards like this is to provide the students with a lot of ideas on what to say about the theme, as well as making them more aware that they always have to discuss the information printed on the card (AO2 and AO4). There are six cards for each of the three sub themes that each them covers, and each section is followed by a minimum of 20 questions to encourage the students to explore and discuss the topic further.
corcuera
Key Stage 3 Spanish - Where I live - New GCSE-style activities

Key Stage 3 Spanish - Where I live - New GCSE-style activities

This 58-page workbook (including answers) contains new GCSE-style reading, writing, speaking and translation questions for Key Stage 3 students. The booklet contains activities on the topic of ‘home, town, neighbourhood and region’, from the AQA theme Local, national, international and global areas of interest. There are 6 subtopics: Type of house, rooms in the house, bedroom furniture, places in the town, clothes and shopping, and my ideal town. For each of these subtopics, there are 6 activities: a reading task, translation (short paragraph) from Spanish into English, sentences to translate from English into Spanish, a writing task (short passage similar to the foundation writing exam), a photo (like in the foundation writing exam) and a role-play. There are also 6 extension activities which bring together all of the subtopics: a longer reading task, a paragraph translation from English into Spanish, a 90-word writing task, a 150-word writing task and a photo card (like in the speaking exam). This booklet can be used in KS3 or for revision in KS4 (foundation). It can either be used to supplement work in lessons as you teach the topics of technology and free-time, or for assessments. It could also be set as cover work, as the answers are included. A free sample of the booklet is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/key-stage-3-spanish-types-of-houses-new-gcse-style-activities-11960410
katelanguages
Spanish Stem-Changing Verbs Mini-Bundle

Spanish Stem-Changing Verbs Mini-Bundle

This mini-bundle for Spanish Teachers contains a ten slide Power Point Presentation on Stem-Changing Verbs that finishes with a guided practice reading activity. Then students will finish the mini-lesson with a poster presentation (the 2nd bundle item) where they write and present a poster paragraph on their weekend plans using Stem-Changing Verbs. This can be used as a brief review of Stem-Changing Verbs or an introductory lesson.
mariammalek22
Durante las vacaciones - During the holidays: using the preterite. (Back to school activity)

Durante las vacaciones - During the holidays: using the preterite. (Back to school activity)

This is a resource to practise the use of the preterite tense to talk about holidays activities. It is ideal for the first lesson after the summer break for GCSE students. There are eight activities: verbs revision: find how to say in Spanish twelve verbs in the first person singular of the preterite tense. during the holidays: students read a series of sentences (all in the preterite and using the verbs from activity one) and decide how often they did them during the holidays. opinions: decide whether the opinions are positive, negative or neutral. write five sentences using the language from activities 1, 2 and 3. verb practice: change the verbs in activity one into the second person singular. questions: using the vebs in activity 5, write five questions for a partner about their holiday activities. speaking: interview a partner to find how often the partner did those activities during the holidays. extension: write five sentences about the partner’s holidays activities. Finally, the last page of the resource includes a reminder of how to conjugate the preterite tense.
corcuera
New Spanish GCSE: Photo cards (free sample)

New Spanish GCSE: Photo cards (free sample)

This is a free sample of this resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-speaking-test-photo-cards-11959939 The full resource consists of a booklet with ninety photo cards covering in a lot of detail all three themes of the new Spanish GCSE course: Identity and culture (40 cards), Local, national, international and global areas of interest (24 cards) and Current and future study and employment ( 26 cards). Each of the cards contains five foundation and five higher questions (colour-coded, using red for foundation and blue for higher), the firsts of which is always “¿Qué hay en la foto?”. One of the first three questions in the foundation set always requires the use of a tense other than the present (past, future or conditional), whereas the others elicit opinions and additional information from the students. In the higher set, all three time frames are covered, with one of the first three questions requiring the use of a tense other than the present and one of the final two questions requiring references to the other time frame. The booklet also includes a student-friendly explanation of the requirements of the new speaking exam and a copy of the mark scheme for the photo card. The photo cards can also be found split into the different themes in my shop. They can also be found as part of a more comprehensive resource (a book with a multitude of role plays and questions for the general conversation) here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-speaking-test-booklet-role-plays-photo-cards-and-general-conversation-11959963
corcuera
GCSE Spanish Theme 1 Unit 3 Free time activities

GCSE Spanish Theme 1 Unit 3 Free time activities

This resource is aimed for students in the GCSE course. It includes the following: -Whole lesson on the topic of free time (starter, objectives, differentiated resources, games and a plenary) -GCSE exam practice for AQA (photo card, role play, translation and writing)
acano1
Spanish Alphabet Posters El Alfabeto

Spanish Alphabet Posters El Alfabeto

These are a perfect set of vibrant and colourful posters to display in your primary classroom. They cover each sound/letter of the Spanish Alphabet with pictures and words. They can even be downsized, laminated and used as personal flashcards. This set includes: 60 pages in total Full alphabet set with just images Full alphabet set with images and words I hope you enjoy them.
hannerilou
New Spanish GCSE - Role Plays (Free sample)

New Spanish GCSE - Role Plays (Free sample)

This is a free sample of this resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-role-plays-speaking-exam-11958988 The full resource contains 90 role plays in Spanish, at foundation and higher level, covering all themes and topics of the AQA specification, and providing the students with plenty of opportunities to practice a variety of linguistic structures, questions and vocabulary. This resource can be used in lessons but it can also be used for homework or independent study. The role plays can also be found separated into themes in my shop, and also as part of a longer, more comprehensive speaking resource here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-speaking-test-booklet-role-plays-photo-cards-and-general-conversation-11959963
corcuera
Ser and Estar (Spanish) Lesson Bundle

Ser and Estar (Spanish) Lesson Bundle

This bundled resource is a great product for Spanish Teachers teaching Level 1 or 2. The bundle contains a Ser vs. Estar Power Point (12 slides) with several (oral) guided practice activities, a Ser vs. Estar Practice Worksheet (2 pages) and a (Dialogue) presentation students may do as partners or in groups. Each resource effectively articulates the differences between the two verbs with opportunities to apply them in context. Purchase this interactive resource today!
mariammalek22
New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test booklet (role plays, photo cards and general conversation)

New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test booklet (role plays, photo cards and general conversation)

This is a very comprehensive resource (245 pages altogether) which provides the students with a lot of opportunities to practice the different parts of the new Spanish GCSE exam. The booklet is divided into three sections: Part 1: role plays. This section contains 59 role plays (at both foundation and higher level) and cover all three themes of the AQA specification ( Theme 1 Identity and culture, Theme 2 Local, regional, international and global areas of interest and Theme 3 Current and future education and work). Part 2: photo cards, with 90 photo cards, again on Higher and Foundation level and covering all three themes. Part 3: general conversation booklet, with a very extensive list of questions covering every aspect of the three themes. This resource provides plenty of activities to complete in the lessons, but it is also ideal to use as homework, independent work or even cover work for students of all abilities. Each of the sections of the booklet can be found as a separate unit in my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/corcuera Free samples of the role plays can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-role-plays-free-sample-11960043 And free samples of the photo cards can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-spanish-gcse-role-plays-free-sample-11960043
corcuera
New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test support bundle.

New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test support bundle.

A set of resources to prepare students for the new GCSE speaking exam (AQA specification), including: Role play practice booklet, with 59 role plays (at both foundation and higher level) to prepare all three themes of the AQA specification ( Theme 1 Identity and culture, Theme 2 Local, regional, international and global areas of interest and Theme 3 Current and future education and work). Photo Cards booklet, with 90 photo cards, again on Higher and Foundation level and covering all three themes. A General Conversation booklet, with a very extensive list of questions covering every aspect of the three themes. An overview of the GCSE course mark schemes and feedback sheets for the speaking and writing exams.
corcuera
New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test: Photo Cards

New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test: Photo Cards

This resource consists of a booklet with ninety photo cards covering in a lot of detail all three themes of the new Spanish GCSE course: Identity and culture (40 cards), Local, national, international and global areas of interest (24 cards) and Current and future study and employment ( 26 cards). Each of the cards contains five foundation and five higher questions (colour-coded, using red for foundation and blue for higher), the firsts of which is always “¿Qué hay en la foto?”. One of the first three questions in the foundation set always requires the use of a tense other than the present (past, future or conditional), whereas the others elicit opinions and additional information from the students. In the higher set, all three time frames are covered, with one of the first three questions requiring the use of a tense other than the present and one of the final two questions requiring references to the other time frame. The booklet also includes a student-friendly explanation of the requirements of the new speaking exam and a copy of the mark scheme for the photo card.
corcuera
Animals Spot the Match game

Animals Spot the Match game

Includes 55 unique cards. Print on cardstock and laminate to save for years to come. Every card has one animal that matches exactly with each other card. The student to find the match and correctly identify it in the target language wins. Directions include rules for several variations of the game. Can be played with groups of 2 to 8 students. Good for any language.
jer520
Table Menu Spanish MFL

Table Menu Spanish MFL

MFL/Spanish Table Menu with easily accessible resources for students. Created with Ikea Frame and book binders. Can be adapted and changed into different languages but please share freely on TES/Twitter.
SenoritaMcConville
Aula (Classroom in Spanish) Dominoes

Aula (Classroom in Spanish) Dominoes

Print on cardstock and cut into Dominoes. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Play like a normal game of Dominoes (directions included in product). Uses vocabulary for 12 common classroom vocabulary words.
jer520
Mexico - facts lesson - Spanish - MFL

Mexico - facts lesson - Spanish - MFL

A stand alone lesson about Mexico. Great to use when teaching Spanish to give a different hispanic country perspective. Resource includes a Powerpoint lesson and printable Worksheet for pupils to work from. Activities include: vocab match up Trapdoor activity (to use as Reading/Listening/Speaking/Writing as required) video with questions think pair share.
Agy_MFL
New Spanish GCSE - Role Plays (speaking exam)

New Spanish GCSE - Role Plays (speaking exam)

This booklet contains 59 role plays to provide Spanish GCSE students with plenty of practice to prepare for their speaking exam. They are on foundation and higher tier and they cover all three themes of the new course (AQA specification). Each role play includes the candidate’s role and the teacher’s role, and both the ‘tú’ and ‘usted’ forms are used. The file also includes a student-friendly summary of the specification for the new speaking exam and the mark scheme for the role play. I have also included files with the mark schemes (foundation and higher) for the speaking test to provide the students with instant, personalised feedback as they complete practice speaking papers.
corcuera
Past Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish -Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Word Forms 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Word Forms 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Word Forms 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Word Forms 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Reported Speech 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Reported Speech 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Reported Speech 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Reported Speech 6 Spanish Game Bundle Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Regret Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Regret Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Regret Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Regret Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
Present Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Present Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Present Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Present Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
eslfungames
GCSE Spanish Theme 1 Unit 2 Technology in everyday life

GCSE Spanish Theme 1 Unit 2 Technology in everyday life

This resource is aimed for students in the GCSE course. It includes the following: -Whole lesson on the topic of technology and social media (starter, objectives, differentiated resources, games and a plenary) -GCSE exam practice for AQA (photo card, role play, translation and writing)
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Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game

Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game

Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Perfect Continuous Tense Spanish Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game. How to Play It: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. How to Score It: If you play tic-tac-toe the students must own 3 consecutive spaces, up and down, across or diagonally. The first student that does so wins the game. If you play bingo you can instruct students to take ownership of the squares in a “U” shape, a “T” shape, a square or have them do a “blackout” in which they must own all of the squares on the card in order to win the game. Notes: Each game includes 4 pages with 4 cards on each page. Every card has the information on a different spot. The teacher will use page 1 for an answer sheet. All Spanish tic-tac-toe or bingo card games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want. Be sure to download our free “American versus Mexican Holidays Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Card Game” English sample to try one out.
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Passive versus Active Voice 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Passive versus Active Voice 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Passive versus Active Voice 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Passive versus Active Voice 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Linking Words and Connectors 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Linking Words and Connectors 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Linking Words and Connectors 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Linking Words and Connectors 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Future Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Future Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Future Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Future Perfect Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Present Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Present Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Present Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Present Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Possibility Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Possibility Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Possibility Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Possibility Modals 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Past Simple with Used To 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Simple with Used To 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Simple with Used To 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Simple with Used To 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Past Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Perfect Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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Past Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle

Past Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle-Ernesto Clases Divertidas en Español Try out my Past Continuous Tense 6 Spanish Game Bundle. Contents: Each Game Bundle Includes: 2 Battleship Game Cards with Ships, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 36 Card Game or Flash Cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Checker Board Game with Checkers, Instructions, and Answer Key. 1 Chutes and Ladders Board Game with dice, markers, Instructions and Answer Key. 16 different Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo cards with Instructions, and Answer Key. Descriptions: Battleship: Battleship is a game for two players. Players try to guess the location of five ships their opponent has hidden on a grid. The goal is to sink all of your opponent’s ships by correctly guessing their location. If a student “hits” an opponent’s ship, their opponent must use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Board Game: Students will roll the die and move the number of spaces rolled. They will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces that they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. The student that reaches the finish square first or is closest to it when time is up wins! Card Game: Students are dealt cards. Students will use the target language to perform the tasks on those cards, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. If students are correct, they must put the card face down in front of them and wait for their next turn. If students are incorrect they must put the card back in their playing stack and use the card again on a future turn. The student that has all of their cards face down in front of them first Wins! Checkers Game: Play checkers with two people and a board consisting of 64 squares. The board alternates between 32 red and 32 black squares. Students will take turn moving across the board. A player wins the game when the opponent cannot make a move. With all checkerboard moves, students will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Chutes & Ladders Game: Play the Chutes and Ladders like a regular board game except students begin at the bottom of the game and move upwards. If a student lands on a space with a ladder they may climb up to the space where the ladder ends. If they land on a Chute they must slide down to the space where the chute ends. As students move around the board they will use the target language to perform the tasks on the spaces they land on, whether it be answer a question or fill in the missing word. Tic-Tac-Toe or Bingo Game: The teacher will call out a particular square and ask the question or read the information in the square. Students will search to see if they have the information in the correct square. Students must write the answer to the question or fill in the blank in their square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square. Notes: All Games Include a page with Spanish instructions and Spanish answer keys. All Spanish games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game pages, paste them into clean documents, and then stretch or shrink them into any size you want before you print them. You can preview the individual games to see the complete instructions. Look for these games in English on our website and take advantage of the lower prices you will find there. https://www.eslfungames.com
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