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Casa y Muebles Juego de siete Familias

Casa y Muebles Juego de siete Familias

House and Furniture in Spanish. Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Make 1 set for every 2-6 students. The object of the game is to collect a full family - 6 cards. The player with the most families at the end is the winner. Deal 6 cards per person. Remaining cards are placed in a draw pile. Player 1 asks a player of his/her choice for a card belonging to a specific family. In order to make the request, the player must already have at least 1 card belonging to that family. “En la familia (sala), busco (specific card).” If that player has the card, he/she hands it over. Player 1 continues asking for cards until he/she does not get what is requested, at which time he/she draws a card from the pile. Player 2 then takes his/her turn.
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Prepositions in the house (Toy Story) Spanish

Prepositions in the house (Toy Story) Spanish

Powerpoint using Toy Story characters to introduce prepositions (where the toys are in Andys bedroom). There is a worksheet with the pictures from PPT for them to fill in, the 'Battleships' style game which we did for a whole lesson to practice prepositions and then a 'drawing' translation which could either be put into words/pictures depending on ability.
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Casa (House in Spanish) Find it Worksheet

Casa (House in Spanish) Find it Worksheet

Worksheet has a 6 by 6 grid with pictures of rooms and furniture. There are 16 house vocabulary words written out in words and students identify which square it is in. Includes second version in black and white.
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Muebles (Furniture in Spanish) Sudoku

Muebles (Furniture in Spanish) Sudoku

Sudoku game uses the names of 9 pieces of furniture: desk, chair, dresser, bed, bookshelves, armchair, lamp, table, couch. Easily editable to match the vocabulary that you use in class. 5 versions included.
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My most popular resources

My most popular resources

This bundle contains a great number of resources that will save you tens of hours! It covers a variety of topics such as: The environment Animals Age and birthdays Family Health Holidays Town Grammar Topics: Imperative Future simple Preterite Imperfect Comparatives and Superlatives Prepositions Verb Estar Suitable for GCSE from Year 7 to Year 11. Sit back and enjoy.
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Spanish house vocabulary picture and word dominoes

Spanish house vocabulary picture and word dominoes

This dominoes game is a fun way of learning some Spanish house vocabulary. The Spanish vocabulary used in this game is: fridge, bowl, sink, kettle, saucepan, table, eggs, plates, cooker, washing machine radiator, clock, television ,rug , radio, telephone, plant, bookcase, cushion, chair sponge, bath, towel, shower, soap, bath, toothbrush, water, wash basin, toilet window, bear, pillow, bed, clothes, brush, pictures, light, mirror, chest of drawers This dominoes game could also be used as a picture word matching activity by cutting the dominoes in half.
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Casa (House in Spanish) Caracol Snail game

Casa (House in Spanish) Caracol Snail game

Students must identify the picture (use in sentences to make it more challenging) as they advance along the snail path. Just pictures are given, so it is easy to adapt for each textbook. Make 1 copy for every 3-4 students; print on cardstock and laminate to keep forever. You need 1 die for every game board. Pictures represent: house, living room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, staircase, hallway, attic, roof, basement, laundry room, garage, floor, wall, ceiling.
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Casa (House in Spanish) Bingo game

Casa (House in Spanish) Bingo game

30 Bingo cards; print on cardstock and laminate. Last page is call list; print on cardstock and cut into strips. Includes: el techo, la pared, el suelo, el patio, el jardín, el garaje, el taller, el lavadero, el sótano, el tejado/el techo, el desván/el altillo, el pasillo, la escalera, el baño, la habitación, el despacho/la oficina, el comedor, la cocina, la entrada, la sala, la casa, el porche, el balcón. Just edit the callcards to match the vocabulary to your textbook.
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Idealista.com - Describe a Property

Idealista.com - Describe a Property

Spanish ipad or computer group work lesson on presenting a house in Spain. Designed to fit into the House topic once they have learned houses, rooms, adjectives, locations and activities. Lesson works best if they choose a very expensive house with luxury facilities Lesson contains a writing frame plus guidance for the website The School Hub's executive director and the digital directors said this lesson was 'outstanding' (they did look through the previous weeks' work in books when making this judgment)
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