An excellent resource for teaching KS2 or KS3 parts of the body in Spanish. Can be used for the famous head, shoulders, knees and toes song. Includes 5 different activities and games, including ‘Blockbusters’, ‘What’s
Missing’ and ‘Matching’. Also includes language notes and pronunciation of all vocabulary.
A quiz to test students on the days of the week in Spanish. The questions are multiple choice and ask what day comes before or after another day. If students answer correctly they go to the next question. If they answer incorrectly they go back to try again. Questions are in English.
A quiz to practice numbers and addition vocabulary in Spanish. Students read the question in Spanish and click on one of the four possible answers. If it is correct, they go onto the next question. If it is incorrect, they return to try again.
Great resource for teaching the weather in Spanish. Flash cards can be folded so the photo is on one side and the phrase on the other. Includes the following phrases:
Hace sol – It is sunny
Hace viento – It is windy
Está nevando – It is snowing
Hay tormenta – There is a storm
Hace frío – It is cold
Está lloviendo – It is raining
Está nublado – It is cloudy
Hace calor– It is hot
A great resource for teaching KS2 or KS3 Spanish. The powerpoint includes eight phrases for weather in Spanish with translations and pronunciation guidance. There are four exciting games to keep your learners engaged. Can be used over a series of lessons.
Flashcards for teaching parts of the body to KS2 and KS3 students. Includes vocabulary for 8 parts of the body - head, shoulders, knees, toes, eyes, ears, mouth, nose. Vocabulary can be used to teach the famous ‘Heads, shoulders, knees and toes’ song!
Great for KS2 or KS3. Four, fun activities for teaching numbers 11 - 20 in Spanish. The first slides introduce the numbers. There is guidance on how to pronounce the numbers in Spanish for non specialist teachers. The four activities are:
Matching - students match the numbers to the pictures.
Picture splat - teacher says the number and two students compete to be the first to splat the picture.
What’s missing - numbers disappear from the slide and students must say what has disappeared
Quick flash - numbers are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the number is. Click again and the number appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears.
Each game includes key phrases the teacher can use in Spanish.
I hope you find it useful!
Great for teaching KS2 or KS3. Numbers in Spanish from 1 - 10. Includes four activities: matching words and pictures; quick flash (number reveals itself quickly and students say the number); picture splat (T says the number in Spanish and students splat the correct one); What’s missing (numbers disappear, students say which number is missing). Also includes information on how to pronounce numbers for non specialist Spanish teachers.
Suitable for any KS2 or KS3 Spanish class. Everything you need to teach an engaging Spanish lesson before Halloween. The pack includes: Halloween lesson plan; powerpoint to introduce the vocabulary and activities to rehearse vocabulary; matching and sentence writing activity; translations and pronunciation guidance for the non-specialist teacher; flashcards.
This bundle has everything you need to teach KS2 or KS3 Spanish for a half term. The plan includes weekly consolidation activities, pronunciation of words and information about the language. All resources needed to teach are included and there are lots of fun games and activities. Students will learn eight phrases to describe the weather. They will practise using the vocabulary by playing games such as, ‘What’s missing’ and ‘Quick flash’. Students will also revise the days of the week and play a ‘quiz’ to test their knowledge. They will then link the vocabulary for weather and days of the week to listen to a weather forecast in Spanish. Using their listening skills, students will compare what they hear, to a picture forecast and say if they think it is ‘verdad’ (true) or ‘falso’ (false). Working in pairs, they will complete weather forecasts for different cities in Spain and the UK, practicing their listening and speaking skills. They will present a weather forecast in front of the class and research what the weather is like in Spanish cities, comparing it to the weather in the UK. Activities are designed to encourage oracy skills and collaborative learning. Students will be enthusiastic about Spanish and eager to learn more!
A simple matching activity for Spanish learners. Students match the phrase in Spanish to the correct photo of the weather. Students write a sentence answering the question ¿Qué tiempo hace hoy? What is the weather like today?
Great for integrating Spanish as part of your P.E. lesson. This activity introduces students to six actions verbs: run, jump, dance, skip, walk, turn in Spanish. The powerpoint includes four activities: picture splat, what’s missing, and quick flash, as well as guidance on pronunciation. Suitable for KS2 or KS3.