Spanish Weather Activities (2 Day Lesson)

Spanish Weather Activities (2 Day Lesson)

This is a four page activity that is great for Spanish Teachers focusing on first year Spanish Language Learners. The day begins with students pairing up and practicing how to talk and write about the weather in different cities in Spain. Then students will create their own weekly weather forecast for a city in Spain. Finally, students will be arranged in groups and apply all their skills by creating and presenting a one week weather forecast to the class in the target language. The vocabulary required will included weather expressions, temperature and days of the week. There is also a speaking rubric included to help teachers grade the forecast presentation. This resource is a great way to engage students in the target language. Purchase this resource today and thank you!
mariammalek22
Free time: Cinema / TV- Spanish AQA GCSE/ older KS3 - 4 lessons + Project + Speaking frame (Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking)

Free time: Cinema / TV- Spanish AQA GCSE/ older KS3 - 4 lessons + Project + Speaking frame (Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking)

This is a bundle of 4 lessons and a research project in relation to the topic of Free-time activities, subtopic TV and cinema in the AQA GCSE specification (originally for the y8 / early GCSE year but can also be used for revision for years 10 &11). These lessons are prepared for the topic of general vocabulary on TV and cinema and opinions. Each lesson highlights different part of the exam hence the 4 of them have Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking (Role-play) task. The bundle is finalised with the research project which includes the structures and grammar from the whole topic, that can be changed / adapted / differentiated further to your needs. I have also included the speaking framework for the Part 3 of the Higher Tier exam that can also be used in writing practice.
madsheep_123
Gustar Communication Activity

Gustar Communication Activity

This is a 2 page communication resource for Spanish teachers teaching beginner’s Spanish. The objective for this activity is for students to be able to ask and answer questions about activities they like to do. Afterwards students will write about their results as well as do some compare and contrast work. This is a fun and interactive way for students to practice using Gustar in the target language. Purchase this resource today!
mariammalek22
Photo description -writing and speaking FOUNDATION

Photo description -writing and speaking FOUNDATION

GCSE worksheet aimed for foundation students to be able to complete the photo task in the writing assessment /speaking assessment. It contains brief explanations about very basic grammar points (un/una/hay) and different activities to complete. Ideal for flipped learning lessons, cover lessons, revision, self study or homework.
priscilarg89
KS3/KS4 French-Speaking Cube/Tarsia/Conjugation Learning Grid Games (speaking / writing / revision)

KS3/KS4 French-Speaking Cube/Tarsia/Conjugation Learning Grid Games (speaking / writing / revision)

These are two grammar games that I decided to share. I would use them for pretty much all age groups, both KS3 and KS4, GCSE both tiers. They can be easily amended to suit the grammar topics that you wish to reinforce / revise / introduce. See enclosed: Tarsia slide and template - an activity to use to revise topic / key vocabulary. Students can either create their own or just cut the one you prepare for them. They need to then match the words / expressions in English with their French equivalents. Speaking Cube - 6 sides of the cube are completed with the topic questions for the half-term. Students roll a cube (you can either ask them to glue them together or you can make them yourself). I figured 6 cubes per year for each year group is an easy enough task to continue repeating the questions of all half-terms for the whole school year. I included an origami version of the cube in case you wish to ask them to make the cube and to write the questions on their own (I took the scheme from the Google images so I do not claim any rights on that one.) Verb conjugation Learning Grid (differentiated) - Students roll two dices to identify the tense and the pronoun they need to use. To make the task more complicated for more advanced students I ask them to create a sentence using the verb they got with particular amount of words to further challenge higher tier students. I would highly recommend it for the KS4 students. Let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
AQA GCSE Spanish Games Roll-a-Word//Speaking Cube// OXO (speaking / writing /translation / revision)

AQA GCSE Spanish Games Roll-a-Word//Speaking Cube// OXO (speaking / writing /translation / revision)

These are few grammar games that I decided to share. I would use them for pretty much all age groups, both KS3 and KS4, GCSE both tiers. They can be easily amended to suit the grammar topics that you wish to reinforce / revise / introduce. The templates can also be easily reused for French. See enclosed: Roll-A-Word - Students roll a dice to complete different tasks related to the new and / or familiar words (both learning and revising). They count the value of the completed dices to make the task more competitive. Speaking Cube - 6 sides of the cube are completed with the topic questions for the half-term. Students roll a cube (you can either ask them to glue them together or you can make them yourself). I figured 6 cubes per year for each year group is an easy enough task to continue repeating the questions of all half-terms for the whole school year. I included an origami version of the cube in case you wish to ask them to make the cube and to write the questions on their own (I took the scheme from the Google images so I do not claim any rights on that one.) OXO - One of my favourite tasks to develop spontaneous speaking. Students play OXO in turns following the rules. The ? (= random/phantom question or topic) can be used to increase the level of complexity of the game. Furthermore, a certain set of rules can be imposed, e.g. ‘ensure you use a preterite tense of your choosing as main verb of the ‘!’ box. It can be played using ‘home and away’ tables, i.e. grouping students by ability bands, so that all low/medium/high band students play together, which might, for example, allow the teacher to put in place bespoke interventions to support those in need of guidance. I have included three templates of OXO that can be used as a speaking, writing and translation tasks, differentiated according to the level of knowledge and KS group. See noted for additional ideas and hints. Let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
World Cup 2018 Booklet- El Mundial 2018 Cuadernillo

World Cup 2018 Booklet- El Mundial 2018 Cuadernillo

¡Hola! Here is a booklet suitable for KS KS3 and KS4 Spanish to cover the World Cup! It covers all four skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) through a variety of activities (12 in total) that include wordsearches, colouring, reading, songs and much more! It is tailored to the new GCSE so that students can practise key skills such as translation or describing a picture- scaffolding is provided! It also has the **solutions **to the activities so that pupils can autocheck their progress. ¡A disfrutar! :)
SonrieinSpanish
Los juguetes - Board Game

Los juguetes - Board Game

This is a simple board game designed to practice talking about toys and games. There are two different versions with different pictures. Students must name the toy in the square they fall on, e.g. “Es un avión. / Es una pelota.” There is also a blank version for the students to fill in with words and/or drawing and create their own personalized board game. INSTRUCTIONS Print on A3 paper or cardboard and laminate. You will need counters and dice. The students take turns to throw the dice and move the counters. On each square they fall, they must construct and say out loud the word that names the picture. If they fall on the goose, they must say the magic formula “De oca a oca y tiro por que me toca”, and then they can advance to the next goose and throw the dice a second time. If they fall on Vuelve a la salida, they must go back to the start. If they fall on Pierdes un turno, they must miss their next turn. The first player to get to* Llegada* wins. The ideal number of players is 2, so print as many copies as you need. If there are more than 4 players, the children will get bored waiting for their turn and they will not have enough speaking practice to make the activity meaningful from the point of view of language learning.
didade
Spanish-Speaking Countries

Spanish-Speaking Countries

This bundle includes printable handouts for each Spanish-speaking country. For each country, your student will read a brief overview of that country (location, capital, flag), write the capital next to the star on the map, color the flag and small map of the country and surrounding areas, and use the map and compass to answer questions. Handouts for countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay and Venezuela. Also included is a handout of a Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide with 5 words and pictures in Spanish to practice. For use with Interactive Notebooks: After completing the handout for each Spanish-speaking country, your student will cut out the map and flag and paste into the notebook under the topic of Spanish-Speaking Countries. Under the map and flag, your students can write a summary in their own words of what they now know about that country. --For the Spanish Pronunciation Guide, cut out the guide and paste it into the notebook under the topic of Spanish Language. Then cut out each picture and paste it into the book and write the word in Spanish along with the correct pronunciation of each word.
tspeelman
Los cuentos - Juego de preguntas encadenadas

Los cuentos - Juego de preguntas encadenadas

This game is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has game. It is designed to practice naming and describing fairy tale characters. The ideal number of players is 8(4 cards per player), but it can also be played in groups of 2 to 16 players. 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
Mi rutina diaria - La hora, los días de la semana y las rutinas diarias - Juegos de  mesa

Mi rutina diaria - La hora, los días de la semana y las rutinas diarias - Juegos de mesa

This resource is designed to practice telling the time in Spanish and talking about every day of the week´s routine activities. This resource includes: 1 board game to practice the time (sharp, quarter past, half past, quarter to) 1 board game to practice the time (every five minutes) 1 board game to practice asking and answering about daily routines (What time do you wake up?) 1 board game to practice asking and answering about daily routines with the days of the week, parts of the day and time (*What do you do on Thursdays at three o´clock in the afternoon? * INSTRUCTIONS: Print each page one-sided on A3 paper/cardboard and laminate. To play the game you will need two dice and many counters. Set up centers with all four games and have students find a pair and play the games one by one. Set a limited number of times each student should throw the dice (for example 5), depending on how much time you have. Students earn one counter for each correct answer. When the students have played all the games, they count their counters to see who has the most . Students take turns to throw both dice. They read and answer the question that corresponds to the numbers on the dice (e.g.: where 1 and 6 meet on the grid).
didade
Bilingual Mentor Text Mania Vol 1 NO Prep Reading Writing Units for 30 Books

Bilingual Mentor Text Mania Vol 1 NO Prep Reading Writing Units for 30 Books

Mentor Text Mania Vol 1 ☞ 4-5 day units for 30 books. ✔ ☛ Teacher scripts and anchor chart ideas ✔ ☞ Strategic stopping points for questioning and close reading ✔ ☛ Sentence stems / frames for oracy and vocabulary development ✔ ☞ Great for bilingual classrooms ✔ ☛ Printable pages for written responses in Spanish and English ✔ There are also multiple writing prompts for every book that are text-dependent and require using text evidence to explain. Activities are for the following books: -A Child of Books // La Niña de los Libros by Oliver Jeffers -A Very Unusual Dog // Un perro muy diferente by Dorothy Joan Harris -Ada Twist Scientist // Ada Magnífica, científica by Andrea Beaty -Dear Greenpeace / Dear Mr. Blueberry // Querido Salvatierra by Simon James -Emmanuel’s Dream // El sueño de Emmanuel by Laurie Ann Thompson -Frida by Jonah Winter -How To Heal a Broken Wing // ¿Cómo puede curarse una ala rota? by Bob Graham -I Can Read With My Eyes Shut // Yo puedo leer con los ojos cerrados by Dr. Seuss -I Want My Hat Back // Yo quiero mi gorro by Jon Klassen -Iggy Peck, Architect // Pedro Perfecto, Arquitecto by Andrea Beaty -La otra orilla by Marta Carrasco -Leo the Late Bloomer // Leo, el retoño tardío by Robert Kraus -Lost and Found // Perdido y encontrado by Oliver Jeffers -Miss Nelson is Missing // ¡La señorita Nelson ha desaparecido! by Harry Allard -The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore // Los fantásticos libros voladores del señor Morris Lessmore by William Joyce -My Name Is Yoon // Me llamo Yoon by Helen Recorvits -Officer Buckle and Gloria // El Oficial Correa y Gloria by Peggy Rathmann -Oliver Button Is A Sissy // Oliver Button es una nena by Tomie DePaola -Olivia by Ian Falconer -On A Beam Of Light // Sobre un rayo de luz by Jennifer Berne -Sam and Dave Dig a Hole // Sam y Leo cavan un hoyo by Mac Barnett -Someday // Algún día by Alison McGhee and Peter Reynolds -The Curious Garden // El jardín curioso by Peter Brown -The Great Kapok Tree // El gran capoquero by Lynne Cherry -They All Saw A Cat // Todos vieron un gato by Brendan Wenzel -This Is Not My Hat // Este no es mi bombín by Jon Klassen -Those Shoes // Esos zapatos by Maribeth Boelts -Voices in the Park // Voces en el parque by Anthony Browne -We Found A Hat // Encontramos un sombrero by Jon Klassen -Yoko by Rosemary Wells
rageth
Spanish Mentor Text Mania Vol 1 Bundle NO Prep Reading Writing Units for 30 Books

Spanish Mentor Text Mania Vol 1 Bundle NO Prep Reading Writing Units for 30 Books

Mentor Text Mania Vol 1 ☞ 4-5 day units for 30 books. ✔ ☛ Teacher scripts and anchor chart ideas ✔ ☞ Strategic stopping points for questioning and close reading ✔ ☛ Sentence stems / frames for oracy and vocabulary development ✔ ☞ Great for bilingual classrooms ✔ ☛ Printable pages for written responses in Spanish and English ✔ There are also multiple writing prompts for every book that are text-dependent and require using text evidence to explain. Activities are for the following books: -A Child of Books // La Niña de los Libros by Oliver Jeffers -A Very Unusual Dog // Un perro muy diferente by Dorothy Joan Harris -Ada Twist Scientist // Ada Magnífica, científica by Andrea Beaty -Dear Greenpeace / Dear Mr. Blueberry // Querido Salvatierra by Simon James -Emmanuel’s Dream // El sueño de Emmanuel by Laurie Ann Thompson -Frida by Jonah Winter -How To Heal a Broken Wing // ¿Cómo puede curarse una ala rota? by Bob Graham -I Can Read With My Eyes Shut // Yo puedo leer con los ojos cerrados by Dr. Seuss -I Want My Hat Back // Yo quiero mi gorro by Jon Klassen -Iggy Peck, Architect // Pedro Perfecto, Arquitecto by Andrea Beaty -La otra orilla by Marta Carrasco -Leo the Late Bloomer // Leo, el retoño tardío by Robert Kraus -Lost and Found // Perdido y encontrado by Oliver Jeffers -Miss Nelson is Missing // ¡La señorita Nelson ha desaparecido! by Harry Allard -The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore // Los fantásticos libros voladores del señor Morris Lessmore by William Joyce -My Name Is Yoon // Me llamo Yoon by Helen Recorvits -Officer Buckle and Gloria // El Oficial Correa y Gloria by Peggy Rathmann -Oliver Button Is A Sissy // Oliver Button es una nena by Tomie DePaola -Olivia by Ian Falconer -On A Beam Of Light // Sobre un rayo de luz by Jennifer Berne -Sam and Dave Dig a Hole // Sam y Leo cavan un hoyo by Mac Barnett -Someday // Algún día by Alison McGhee and Peter Reynolds -The Curious Garden // El jardín curioso by Peter Brown -The Great Kapok Tree // El gran capoquero by Lynne Cherry -They All Saw A Cat // Todos vieron un gato by Brendan Wenzel -This Is Not My Hat // Este no es mi bombín by Jon Klassen -Those Shoes // Esos zapatos by Maribeth Boelts -Voices in the Park // Voces en el parque by Anthony Browne -We Found A Hat // Encontramos un sombrero by Jon Klassen -Yoko by Rosemary Wells
rageth
Los Colores y los animales Mira 1

Los Colores y los animales Mira 1

Lesson on colours and animals based on Mira 1, but easily adjustable for any other textbook. At the end, students need to listen for the colours and any objects they recognise or new words they learn from Pocoyo’s La máquina de colorear el mundo. My Y7 loved it.
MLibik
Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide - Printable Handout

Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide - Printable Handout

This printable handout includes a Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide for vowels and consonants with 5 words and pictures to practice. Directions: Use the Spanish Pronunciation Guide on the left to pronounce the words on the right. Words/Pictures included in Spanish: chicken - la gallina frog - la rana carrot - la zanahoria hammer - el martillo bathtub - la bañera This is a great activity to prepare your students to increase their Spanish vocabulary. From here, your students can begin creating their own Spanish Picture Dictionary and continue to expand vocabulary with use of this pronunciation guide. For more information, please visit ‘My Spanish Picture Dictionary’ https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/my-spanish-picture-dictionary-11829384 in my shop. Thank you so much!!
tspeelman
¿ Tienes animales ?

¿ Tienes animales ?

3 lessons with activities to teach pets in Spanish. Lesson: 1 - Pets and colors 2 - Pets with names and ages 3 - Pets with opinion Reading, writing and speaking activities included.
MagBB
Me gusta ir -  Infinitives high ability KS3

Me gusta ir - Infinitives high ability KS3

Lesson on using the infinitive, with more challenging examples such as suelo, no me interesa etc. Suitable for KS3 and low ability KS4. Also includes introduction to Photocard skill, bringing in GCSE skills early into their learning.
kittycleaver
I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen Bundle Lesson Plan, Activities, and Readers Theater

I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen Bundle Lesson Plan, Activities, and Readers Theater

✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✏ This bundle is PACKED! It has a lesson plan for a 4-5 day Comprehensive Literacy Language Workshop lesson for the book I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen. The plans include a teacher script with strategic stopping points and questions for students. It also includes prompts for student responses in writing or thoughtful logs. The lesson lends itself for dual language / dual immersion instruction as the book is also available under the title of Yo quiero mi gorro. The printable prompts and activities designed to be glued into a notebook or as stand-alone activity papers are in English and Spanish. The lesson is focused on a theme of patterns and character traits but can easily be modified for other uses. 2 scripts are included and are in English and Spanish. This resource includes: ☞ 4-5 day plan. ✔ ☛ Teacher script ✔ ☞ Strategic stopping points for questioning and close reading ✔ ☛ Sentence stems / frames for oracy and vocabulary development ✔ ☞ Great for bilingual classrooms ✔ ☛ Printable pages for written responses in English and Spanish ✔ ☞ 1 English Script. ✔ ☛ 1 Spanish Script ✔ If you enjoy this resource, please review it! This will help me make more resources. If you have any questions, I will reply within 24 hours. ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ Connect with me: Josh Rageth Facebook Josh Rageth Email ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ Copyright © Josh Rageth. All rights reserved by author. This file is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be displayed or distributed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use only. ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭ ✰ ✭
rageth
Spanish - Pets - Powerpoint plus Happy Families Card Game Speaking and Listening

Spanish - Pets - Powerpoint plus Happy Families Card Game Speaking and Listening

This is a powerpoint introducing pets in Spanish. Once the vocabulary has been introduced play the happy families card game which is included. Simply print the card slides and cut up into cards. Laminate or print on to card to re-use with other classes. Full instructions are included as well as helpsheets to print or to display. There are two versions. The easy version requires pupils simply to use the pets vocabulary in different sentences (Tienes un gato? Si, tengo un gato.) The extended game requires pupils to use descriptions such as colours, size and eye colour. A fun way of practising speaking and listening skills and a resource that can cover a number of teaching points: questions, negatives, pets vocabulary, descriptions.
CrookedSteeple
Spanish ¿ Dónde vives ?

Spanish ¿ Dónde vives ?

1 Say where you and others live & since when vivir + countries Present tense of vivir Vivo aqui desde hace… 2 Say who you live with Vivo con mi madre, mi padre, mi hermana, pero mi hermano vive en…. Mis abuelos viven en … 3 Say where you come from Soy de…. 4 Say what kind of town it is and in what surrounding Es un pueblo / barrio / ciudad grande en el campo, en la costa, en las montañas. Es la capital 5 Say where your town is Está en el norte, este, sur, oeste En el sureste de Inglaterra, cerca de Londres 6 Use adjectives to describe your town Grande, moderno, pequeño, bonito, sucio, tranquilo, animado, divertido, pintoresco, magnífico, industrial, historico, popular, limpio, ruidoso, turístico, comercial. muy, bastante 7 Say what your town was like Mi ciudad (no) era… 8 Say what there is (not) (No) hay…. Una piscina, un cine, un polideportivo, un colegio, una estación, un museo, un albergue juvenil, un castillo, una catedral, una iglesia, un supermercado, una oficina de turismo, un centro comercial, una playa, una comisería, un aparcamiento, unos servicios, una parada de autobuses, una pista de hielo, un parque de atracciones, un mercado, un hotel, un hospital Un centro de reciclaje, muchos árboles, edificios, campo, tiendas, contaminación. Hay mucho que hacer/ muchos atracciones, distracciones 9 Say what shops there are (not) Carnicería, panadería, banco, chuchería, Hipermercado, librería, tienda de comestibles Perfumería, pastelería, quiosco, tabaquería 10 Say what there used to be in your town En mi ciudad había un cine pero ahora hay un polideportivo (No) había, (No) era…
MagBB
Spanish - telling the time - board games - speaking and listening

Spanish - telling the time - board games - speaking and listening

This resource contains six differentiated board games on the topic of telling the time in Spanish. The games are: o’clock times, half hour intervals, quarter hour intervals, mixed times, twenty-four hour clock, analogue clock faces. All instructions are included as well as ways of supporting and extending the tasks. Simply print the board(s) you wish to play with. Laminate or print on to card for durability. Print onto A3 or larger if required. A dice template is also provided. Pupils play in groups of 2 - 4 and take it in turns to move around the board asking and answering questions in Spanish. (Que hora es? Son las tres y media). A help sheet is provided. A fun way to practise speaking and listening skills as well as the time vocabulary.
CrookedSteeple
Spanish - Pets - Speaking and Listening Board Game plus Powerpoint.

Spanish - Pets - Speaking and Listening Board Game plus Powerpoint.

This is a board game and powerpoint on the topic ‘Tienes mascotas?’ (Do you have pets?). A powerpoint is included which first introduces the vocabulary needed to play the game. Pupils play in groups of 2 - 4. Simply print slide 4 or 5 which is the board. These can be laminated or printed onto card for increased durability. A dice template is also included. Players take it in turns to move around the board, asking and answering questions about pets. There are two differentiated boards included, one of which includes plurals. Full instructions are included as well as a help sheet for pupils. There are ideas for how the game can be extended and supported. A fun way to practise speaking and listening skills as well as pets vocabulary. Suitable for introducing the topic as well as for revision purposes.
CrookedSteeple
Los sentimientos y las emociones  - Juego de correspondencias

Los sentimientos y las emociones - Juego de correspondencias

This game is designed to talk about feelings and emotions and some situations that might trigger them. It is a game of matching cards. There are two sets of card, one orange (questions) and one blue (answers). INSTRUCTIONS: The ideal number of students is 5, but the game can be played by 2 to 20 students. Hand out the answer cards evenly to the students. Keep the question cards and put them in a pile face down. Take a card and read the question out loud. The students who has the answer card reads it out loud and keeps the pair. The winner is the one who pairs all the cards first. After the students have played the game a few times, you can designate one of them to read the questions.
didade
Spanish - The Weather / El Tiempo - Board Game - Speaking and Listening

Spanish - The Weather / El Tiempo - Board Game - Speaking and Listening

This is a board game and powerpoint to teach and practise ‘the weather’ in Spanish. Pupils can play in groups of 2 -4. Simply print slide 4 for each group - this is the playing board. Laminate or print on to card for increased durability. Each group will also need a dice - a template in provided on slide 5 which can be printed, cut out and assembled. Players take it in turns to ask and answer questions about the weather in Spanish. This is a great way to practise speaking and listening skills as well as weather phrases. There are full instructions included, as well as help sheets for pupils, and ideas of how the game can be extended. The powerpoint also includes slides introduce each of the weather phrases - along with the board game, this could be the main part of a lesson.
CrookedSteeple
Spanish Game - Giving the date - months and numbers - speaking and listening

Spanish Game - Giving the date - months and numbers - speaking and listening

A Spanish board game to practise giving the date in Spanish. Students work in groups of 2 -4 players. Full instructions and a help vocabulary sheet are provided. Print Slide 3 (the board) for each group. Laminate or print onto card for increased durability. Each group will also need a dice - a template to be cut out is provided in Slide 4 if needed. The instructions and help sheet can be printed or displayed on the screen. A fun way to practise speaking and listening skills - all players move around the board asking and answering, ‘What is the date today?’
CrookedSteeple
Juegos y juguetes - Paquete de recursos

Juegos y juguetes - Paquete de recursos

These activities are designed to practice the vocabulary related to toys, games and recess activities. The bundle consists of the following: a matching activity a worksheet a card game a board game a booklet
didade
El recreo - Juego de mesa

El recreo - Juego de mesa

This is a simple board game designed to practice talking about activities at recess. There are two different versions. Version 1: Students express their likes and dislikes using Me encanta / Me gusta / No me gusta and the activity on the square they are on. Version 2: Kids make sentences with the adverbs nunca / siempre / a veces plus the activity on the square they are on to talk about what they usually do or don’t do at recess. INSTRUCTIONS Print on A3 paper or cardboard and laminate. You will need counters and dice. The students take turns to throw the dice and move the counters. On each square they fall, they must construct and say out loud the word that names the picture. If they fall on the goose, they must say the magic formula De oca a oca y tiro por que me toca, and then they can advance to the next goose and throw the dice a second time. If they fall on Vuelve a la salida, they must go back to the start. If they fall on Pierdes un turno, they must miss their next turn. The first player to get to* Llegada* wins. The ideal number of players is 2, so print as many copies as you need. If there are more than 4 players, the children will get bored waiting for their turn and they will not have enough speaking practice to make the activity meaningful from the point of view of language learning.
didade
La ropa - Paquete de recursos

La ropa - Paquete de recursos

WORKSHEET This worksheet is designed to practice naming and identifying several items of clothing, shoes and accessories, as well as the verbs ´llevar´and ´ponerse´ in its singular forms (yo, tú, él, ella) and some exercises that address the agreement between noun and adjective (colors). It includes a varied selection of listening, reading and writing exercises, drawing and coloring, a word bank, two grammar boxes, puzzles (crosswords and word-search) etc. It also includes a couple of printable matching card games that are especially designed to introduce and practice the agreement of noun and adjective (colors). Both are matching card games and the first one can be used as a inquiry activity to allow the students make connections with their previous knowledge and come up with the rules of agreement in Spanish themselves. CONTENTS Page 1 - Word Bank Page 2,12, 13 - Listening Activities Page 3 - Read & Draw Pages 4, 5 - Matching Activity Page 6 - Read & Write Page 7, 8, 9 - Crossword Exercises Page 10 - Word Search Page 11 - Read & Write (Grammar) Page 14 - Read and Match Page 15 - Transcription of the Audio Page 16 - Wordsearch Solution Pages17-28 - Printable Matching Card Games with Instructions I appreciate any feedback on the worksheet. CARD GAMES The games are versions of the I-Have-Who-Has Game. They are designed to practice all the vocabulary related to clothes, shoes and accessories. INSTRUCTIONS: Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. The ideal number of players is 10 (4 cards for each student), but it can be played with up to 20. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies. 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. BOARD GAME This is a simple board game to practice clothing and the verb llevar. In includes two versions (beginner and intermediate). You will need dice and counters to play it. Print out the board (A3 size) and laminate. The students take turns in throwing the dice, reading the questions and answering them about themselves.
didade
Year 5 or Year 6 Spanish Taster Lesson Bundle

Year 5 or Year 6 Spanish Taster Lesson Bundle

It’s almost that time of year again! To help save time, there are three lessons included: Animals and asking about them, Hola and greetings, Olympic sports. Includes 7 resources. For talking circles activities, you will need to print on card the vocabulary pictures and the one question being asked. Two lines of equal numbers of children facing each other ask the question and answer based on their picture card, then move along and do it with the next person they face. Good VAK fun!
LTarantini-Amor
La ropa - Paquete de juegos

La ropa - Paquete de juegos

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
Mi personalidad - Intermediate Version - Card Game

Mi personalidad - Intermediate Version - Card Game

This game is a way for the students to practice asking for and giving basic personal information (name, nationality, age, birthday, siblings, pets, hobbies, physical and character traits etc). There is a beginner version (with answer prompts) and an intermediate version (with clues). 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. It is a great game to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills.
didade
El calendario y la ropa - Game Bundle

El calendario y la ropa - Game Bundle

This bundle consists of 4 I have … Who has…? -type of games and one board game. The games are designed to practice Spanish vocabulary related to the calendar, weather and clothes. With these games, the students will learn through play, practicing the following: naming and identifying clothes the agreement between nouns and adjectives (clothes and colours) asking and answering about the weather naming and identifying seasons, months of the year and days of the week naming some of the main cities in Spain asking and answering about dates and birthdays cardinal and ordinal numbers associating clothes with a specific type of weather or seasons or months with seasons
didade
PETS and ANIMALS ppt

PETS and ANIMALS ppt

69 slides to introduce ANIMALS for the first time. Perfect for Y7 or Primary. HD visuals, translations, colours, agreements and adjectives. Speaking activities. This unit of work will last at least for 4 lessons. Easy to tweak. It goes well with any textbook out there or on its own.
GarciaWeston-LanguageResources
Greetings posters with matching task

Greetings posters with matching task

This resource is aimed for Beginners students of Spanish language at any age. It contains slides with images and basic greetings with a formative matching task that can be used in classroom after greeting have been introduced to students. Ideally, the posters can be printed in colour and be displayed in classroom to facilitate easy access all the time.
Aszhen
language to use in classroom

language to use in classroom

This is a resource aimed for beginners students of the language. It aims to encourage students to use basic language from the beginning. It contains two pages: first page contains some sentences in Spanish and their translation in English in the correct order. The second page contains the same sentences but students are encouraged to organise them by matching the sentences together. The first page can also be displayed as a poster on wall to facilitate students to use the key sentences in classroom.
Aszhen
Argentina - Culture, Language, Accent (Spanish)

Argentina - Culture, Language, Accent (Spanish)

his is a full 60 minute lesson class about Argentina - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity where students are the Pope and Messi. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Argentina (Mothers of May, tango, food, sports) - and then gives students rules about how Argentinas typically speak (voseo, y–> SH, ll–>sh). Students then listen to people with Argentina accents in videos, and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of the Pope and Messi- and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Argentine accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic or fun drawings, using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
stephaniehmetzger
4 magic squares on greetings, goodbyes & basic courtesies, gender and adjectives, definite and indefinite articles and conjugation of regular AR-verbs

4 magic squares on greetings, goodbyes & basic courtesies, gender and adjectives, definite and indefinite articles and conjugation of regular AR-verbs

Students look for 16 numbered words or phrases. When they find it, they put the corresponding number in the correct box. When there is a number in each box, students add the numbers horizontally, vertically and diagonally. If they sum up to 34, everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they matched one of the words or phrases to the wrong box and must go back and check. 34 is the magic number! My students love magic squares, never get tired of them! They are pretty much self explanatory and self correcting, a great and easy practice as a compliment to your teaching of these topics. In this bundle there is a magic square on greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies, gender and adjectives, one for definite and indefinite articles and one for AR-verb conjugation. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies Spanish no prep

Magic square on greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies Spanish no prep

The students locate phrases containing the most common greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies in Spanish, for example: Cómo se llama Usted/Me llamo. They put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all phrases and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. My students love solving magic squares, it’s a fun and easy exercise that is self-correcting. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Spain - Culture, Language, and Accent Lesson (Spanish)

Spain - Culture, Language, and Accent Lesson (Spanish)

This is a full 60 minute lesson class about Spain - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Spain (music, food, major cities, sports) - and then gives students four rules about how Spaniards typically speak (z–> th, G & J). Students then listen to famous singers and soccer players (Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias) and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias- and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Spaniard accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic or fun drawings like Mr.Wonderful, using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
stephaniehmetzger