Spanish -ER and -IR Verb Conjugation practice

Spanish -ER and -IR Verb Conjugation practice

Beginning Spanish -ER and -IR verb conjugation practice has four pages of worksheets for each of the verb endings (8 worksheets total). It begins with a subject box to remind students of the subjects in Spanish, as well as a conjugation box of the -er/-ir verb. (Vosotros is not included) Sentences are in both English and Spanish and each subsequent page gets more difficult. Verbs included are Comprender / Abrir (full conjugation chart filled in), Leer / Vivir (Spanish conjugation chart not filled in, but English is), Comer / Escribir (chart is blank, ready for students to fill in) and Beber / Recibir (no chart provided). By the Beber / Recibir pages, the student is encouraged to write his or her own sentence. Answer keys for the sentences are included.
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Spanish Valentine's Day Mini-Lesson and Game

Spanish Valentine's Day Mini-Lesson and Game

This mini-lesson is perfect for reviewing the vocabulary for loved family and friends, reviewing basic SER conjugations students practice giving loved ones compliments and phrases of love! It has valentine's hearts and a matching game for practicing what they've learned. This mini-lesson was created for a mixed-grade homeschool co-op enrichment class to celebrate Valentine's Day and help the kids create their own valentines. This contains the following pages: A vocabulary sheet with names of family members, a few ways of saying "I love you," a few compliments, and a SER conjugation chart. 13 filled-in conversation hearts with Valentine's Day phrases, like "besos" and "abrazos" etc. (See Sample) 13 blank conversation hearts 11 hearts with English names for loved ones and 11 with the corresponding Spanish to print and glue together and play a game. A page with one idea for a game using the 11 hearts. Or use the matching hearts for a game of your own creation!
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Spanish Noun/Adjective Agreement Lesson "El rojo es mejor"

Spanish Noun/Adjective Agreement Lesson "El rojo es mejor"

This packet is a picture book lesson for the book El rojo es mejor by Kathy Stinson (Annick Press, 2014). (Published in English as Red is Best.) This lesson plan and game includes the following pages: * Flashcards of each of the eight red items that Kelly loves, with real photos. These flashcards are provided twice, once with English and once with Spanish. * Charts to sort the flashcards into categories based on how "red" would be translated. (Rojo, roja, rojos, rojas) * A worksheet to practice the eight vocabulary words * A worksheet to practice determining proper adjective gender based on the same eight red items * A full-color worksheet to practice determining proper adjective gender for other colors and other clothing vocabulary * A writing prompt (in both Spanish and English) * A page to write down additional Spanish vocabulary words found in the book * A graph to take a poll as to favorite colors among classmates, family, and friends * A copy of the book is not included. Many of the activities can be completed without the picture book.
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Get-to-know-you Spanish infinitives BINGO ¿Que te gusta hacer?

Get-to-know-you Spanish infinitives BINGO ¿Que te gusta hacer?

Use these 25 unique Spanish BINGO cards with 25 ¿que te gusta hacer? vocabulary words.In the Spanish class, you can use this to practice comprehension. Call out an English word and the students must translate it. Alternatively, you could use these BINGO boards as a fun get-to-know you activity. They must circulate throughout the room asking, “¿Que te gusta hacer?” The other students can answer with one of the infinitives on the BINGO card and mark it off with their name. Thus, the students are speaking to each other but also learning what the other people in the class like to do. My goal is have the students practice speaking and understanding Spanish. These BINGO cards are a fun way to do so.
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Spanish Alphabet Wall Cards BLUE option

Spanish Alphabet Wall Cards BLUE option

Spanish Alphabet Wall Cards. The 14 pages contain cards for 28 letters of the Spanish alphabet, with a picture and word that corresponds. Each card is about 5 and a half inches by 8 and a half inches. Print, laminate, and cut apart for your Spanish or bilingual elementary classroom. See the GALLERY for a sample page so you know the size of these cards. The words included are as follows: abeja, barca, colores, desayuno, estudiante, flor, globo, huevos, invierno, jugar, kilogramo, libro, manzana, naranja, niños, ojos, pollo, queso, relámpagos, sal, tenedor, uvas, vaca, xilófono, yoyo, zapatos, windsurfista, llave, chica, perro I've added an alternate for K and W: Kiwi and Washington. See also the RED option.
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Spanish Alphabet Wall Cards RED option

Spanish Alphabet Wall Cards RED option

Spanish Alphabet Wall Cards. The 14 pages contain cards for 28 letters of the Spanish alphabet, with a picture and word that corresponds. Each card is about 5 and a half inches by 8 and a half inches. Print, laminate, and cut apart for your Spanish or bilingual elementary classroom. The words included are as follows: abeja, barca, colores, desayuno, estudiante, flor, globo, huevos, invierno, jugar, kilogramo, libro, manzana, naranja, niños, ojos, pollo, queso, relámpagos, sal, tenedor, uvas, vaca, xilófono, yoyo, zapatos, windsurfista, llave, chica, perro I've added an alternate for K and W: Kiwi and Washington. See also the RED option.
Rebecca-Reid
Spanish Number Wall Cards to 20 YELLOW

Spanish Number Wall Cards to 20 YELLOW

Spanish Numbers to 20 Wall Cards. These pages contain cards for the numbers uno to veinte (1 to 20). Each card is about 5 and a half inches by 8 and a half inches. Print, cut, and laminate for your Spanish or bilingual elementary classroom.
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Spanish Sentences Center

Spanish Sentences Center

Practice building simple Spanish sentences using a noun, verb, and adjective from one of the word cards in this simple center. Students can then write the sentence and translated it in to English. The sentences are sure to be silly, thus adding an element of fun to sentence building and translating! To make it easier to keep the word cards in the correct piles, teachers may want to print each part of speech on a different colored paper or color the backs of the cards.
Rebecca-Reid
Spanish Conversation Infinitives Flashcards, worksheets, and ideas (Que te gusta hacer?)

Spanish Conversation Infinitives Flashcards, worksheets, and ideas (Que te gusta hacer?)

Get kids to practice speaking Spanish and getting to know each other with ​36 Spanish to English infinitive vocabulary words by conversing with me gusta and me encanta​. This product has 36 words on two lists and two worksheets explaining me gusta and me encanta briefly; Spanish conversations card prompts; 36 picture cards to correlate to these vocabulary words (formatted to print double sided); and a blank BINGO board. See the preview for the list of words. The goal is have the students practice speaking in Spanish to one another while getting to know each other. These vocabulary cards are a fun way to do so.
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Weather Bear Printables and Weather Cards

Weather Bear Printables and Weather Cards

This product includes the weather bear, clothes for five different kinds of weather, weather cards (in both English and Spanish!), and weather photographs for discussion. There are many ways to use the materials in this packet. Here are some ideas of how I have used them. Weather Bear & Clothes Images: Use this bear to track the daily weather in your home or classroom. Alternatively, use the bear to prompt discussion for various clothing choices based on various weather alternatives. Weather Images for Discussion: Help the students identify the clothing choices in the images as well as the weather shown. In my Spanish Language Learning Preschool Class, I use these images for a listening game. After we learned the clothing, weather, and colors vocabulary, I describe a child in a weather situation and ask the children to identify the image I’m describing. The children enjoy taking their own turn once they are a little more comfortable describing using the Spanish vocabulary. Weather, Clothing, Season, and Location Cards: I use the weather cards to track the daily weather along with our weather bear. We use the clothing, season, and location cards for practicing vocabulary (in my Spanish class). One could also track the season and name the clothing one puts on the weather bear. Kids could name and sort the clothing seen in the weather images as well.
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Spanish -AR Verb Conjugation Practice

Spanish -AR Verb Conjugation Practice

Beginning Spanish -AR verb conjugation practice has four pages of worksheets. It begins with a subject box to remind students of the subjects in Spanish, as well as a conjugation box of the -ar verb. (Vosotros is not included) Sentences are in both English and Spanish and each subsequent page gets more difficult. Verbs included are Hablar (full conjugation chart filled in), Cantar (Spanish conjugation chart not filled in, but English is), Nadar (chart is blank, ready for students to fill in) and Andar (no chart provided). By the Andar page, the student is encouraged to write his or her own sentence.
Rebecca-Reid