Spanish Time - Tell time matching & go-fish

Spanish Time - Tell time matching & go-fish

I use these flashcards to reinforce time vocabulary. The first time they are presented, I have them work in pairs to match the clock face with the coresponding words. Later on we play go fish. To use:First print them on heavy card stock and back them with the pattern last sheet so you can not see through. Cut them out, and let your students' practice.
eamorgan
Spanish Dates - Las fechas

Spanish Dates - Las fechas

Two sheets Word document- one with support the other with no support structure, where students have to write dates in Spanish using Numbers, days of the week and Months.
rollonjune
Spanish School Items - En mi mochila

Spanish School Items - En mi mochila

Year 7 Spanish Tutorial, introducing items in a school bag, as well as a quick Number Revision section. Items are introduced with pictures from Listos 1 - there is also a Reading exercise at the end. The idea of Gender is also introduced.
HarrisSchool
Visual Timetable in Spanish

Visual Timetable in Spanish

I have taken dimccann's great idea of pictures for the different lesoons and activities in a primary school and put the writing in Spanish, hoping that it might be useful for Spanish as a foreign language teachers.
Kay Bu
EN LA ESCUELA

EN LA ESCUELA

I have prepared a lesson to teach school subjects to a small group of children, the game could be played in pairs for bigger classes. there are flashcards of subjects, word and picture you could play pairs or ask children to match the word to the picture. the game is a board game with counters and and dice- when the children land on a square they have to say for example tengo las matemáticas-for vaiation you could play a negative round -saying - no tengo las matemáticas. extention activity please find a blank timetable of the days of the week children have to choose a subject for each day. this could be used as a conversation activity carried out in pairs por ejemplo los lunes tengo las matemáticas. i hope it helps!
louiseswann