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La ropa (Me pongo) - Card Game

La ropa (Me pongo) - Card Game

This game is designed to practice the using the verb “ponerse”, identifying and naming clothes, parts of the body, weather and places you go. It is a great way to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills… INSTRUCTIONS: Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down.
didade
Spanish Bundle: Ir + a + Infinitive (Conversational Future Tense)

Spanish Bundle: Ir + a + Infinitive (Conversational Future Tense)

This Spanish bundle includes all my resources on the conversational future tense at 50% off! Other modal verbs are also covered including: tener que, necesitar, querer, deber etc. Includes: Ir + a + Infinitive Worksheet Reading: Upcoming weekend plans Reading: Near future plans Task Cards Makes for great review, a supplement or as a stand-alone resource.
ninatutor
La ropa - Game Bundle

La ropa - Game Bundle

These games are designed to practice using the verbs tener and * llevar*, naming and identifying clothes and accessories and making the agreement between nouns and adjectives. This is a great way to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as pronunciation and listening skills. There are two card games and one board game. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARD GAMES Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BOARD GAME Print out the board (A3 size) and laminate. The students take turns in throwing the dice, reading the questions and answering them about themselves. It includes a beginner version and an intermediate one. You will need dice and counters to play it.
didade
La ropa (Yo llevo) - Penguin Card Game

La ropa (Yo llevo) - Penguin Card Game

This game is designed to practice using the verb* llevar*, naming and identifying clothes and accessories and making the agreement between nouns and adjectives. It is a great way to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as pronunciation and listening skills. Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down.
didade
Spanish Reading Bundle: Top 10 Grammar Based Readings - Lecturas en Español

Spanish Reading Bundle: Top 10 Grammar Based Readings - Lecturas en Español

This bundle includes my Top 10 Grammar Based readings for beginners all in the present tense at 50% off! Each reading is based on a different grammar concept and includes a glossary of new vocabulary and a reading comprehension section. Bundle includes 9 Regular plus 1 Bonus Reading! Tener expressions - script about making plans with friends Conversational future (ir + a ) -script about an upcoming weekend Stem change verbs -about twin brothers Comparatives -about a competitive family Ser and Estar -describing a best friend Gustar -about speed dating Question Words -about a new neighbor Possessives -about siblings Reflexives - about daily routines Yo form irregular verbs -script about a typical week at school Great for early finishers, sub activities and bell work!
ninatutor
SPANISH TELLING TIME GAMES

SPANISH TELLING TIME GAMES

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN SPANISH - SIX GAMES, SIX CHALLENGES, WITH EVERY ANALOGUE CLOCK TIME! This is a whole-group lively & communicative language learning game. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers, supported by the visual prompt of the clock faces, makes it perfect for practising, reinforcing & refreshing how to tell the time in SPANISH. The game has a multi-skill focus: listening, speaking & reading, with an important bonus focus on social interaction and participation. It’s perfect for pronunciation practice too. The aim of the game is to arrange the clocks in the correct order. Students can either create a human chain timeline, holding the cards themselves, or a card timeline, on the floor, a longish table or other flat surface. There are two games and two challenges: CHILLOUT CHALLENGE with the clock times in numerical order, and the Q & A Tengo… ¿Quién tiene…? CHAMPION CHALLENGE with the clock times in topsy-turvy order, and the Q & A ¿Tienes…? Sí, tengo… . This really encourages students to focus on their SPANISH clock times! Play either as a whole-group game, or as a team game - which team can complete the challenge first? You can either play the challenges consecutively, or as a team game, swapping the challenges so that each team has a chance to play both the CHILLOUT and the CHAMPION CHALLENGE. I’ve classed the resource as suitable for ages 7-14, but I’ve played the games successfully with older students too. There are four cards with eight clock faces per page, which I’ve found to be the ideal size for students learning to tell the time, and with the multi-skill practice the games facilitate. The resource itself consists of 3 non-editable files. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y QUE OS DIVIRTÁIS!
LivelyLearning
Magic square on Spanish regular IR-verb conjugation no prep practice

Magic square on Spanish regular IR-verb conjugation no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs escribir, insistir, vivir and asistir and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares! It’s a fun, self-correcting exercise that is just challenging enough. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on Spanish regular ER-verb conjugation no prep practice

Magic square on Spanish regular ER-verb conjugation no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs leer, comer, correr and beber and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares! It’s a fun, self-correcting exercise that is just challenging enough. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Diferencia gráfica entre los verbo ir y venir, llevar y traer

Diferencia gráfica entre los verbo ir y venir, llevar y traer

Como profesora sé lo difícil que es hacer entender la diferencia entre los verbos: ir y venir, y llevar y traer. Sin embargo, desde que explico esta diferencia con dibujos, la dificultad desaparece. Por eso, aquí comparto este recurso gráfico valioso que te ayudará a enseñar de una forma muy atractiva cuál es la diferencia entre estos verbos. Además, este dibujo puede facilitar una actividad de “teatro” para simular esta idea en un contexto real.
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