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The Family in Spanish La Familia
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The Family in Spanish La Familia

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The Family in Spanish - La Familia Ten phrases for family members and five fun activities to practice understanding and pronunciation. The ten phrases for family members are: madre – mother padre – father hermano – brother hermana – sister abuelo – granddad abuela – grandma tía – aunt tío – uncle primo – cousin (male) prima – cousin (female) The slides also include translations and guidance on how to pronounce the words in Spanish for non specialist teachers. The five activities are: Matching - students match the words to the pictures. Picture splat - teacher says the target vocabulary and two students compete to be the first to splat the picture. What’s missing - numbers disappear from the slide and students say what has disappeared Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Each game includes instructions and key phrases the teacher can use in Spanish. The PowerPoint can be used repeatedly over a half term to teach and practice key vocabulary.
Clothes in Spanish – La Ropa
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Clothes in Spanish – La Ropa

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A PowerPoint to teach ten phrases for clothes. Including six fun activities to practice understanding and pronunciation. The ten phrases for clothes are: • una chaqueta - a jacket • un vestido – a dress • una camisa – a shirt • una falda – a skirt • un jersey – a jumper • unos pantálones - trousers • unos zapatos - shoes • una corbata - a tie • una camiseta – a t-shirt The slides also include translations and guidance on how to pronounce the words in Spanish for non specialist teachers. The six activities are: Matching - students match the words to the pictures. Picture splat - teacher says the target vocabulary and two students compete to be the first to splat the picture. What’s missing - numbers disappear from the slide and students say what has disappeared Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Board Game – can be printed off for group/pair work. Students throw the dice to move along the spaces. When they land on a ‘casilla’ (square), students say the target language. Each game includes instructions and key phrases the teacher can use in Spanish. The PowerPoint can be used repeatedly over a half term to teach and practice key vocabulary.
Carnival in Spanish Carnaval PowerPoint Vocabulary and Games
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Carnival in Spanish Carnaval PowerPoint Vocabulary and Games

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A PowerPoint to teach seven words related to carnival celebration in Spain. A great way to celebrate ‘Carnaval’ with your class this year. Vocabulary: • el baile – the dance • la fiesta - the party • el disfraz – fancy dress • la carroza – parade float • los fuegos artificiales – fireworks • la música – music • el desfile – parade The PowerPoint contains five games to consolidate knowledge of vocabulary. The five activities are: Matching - students match the words to the pictures. Picture splat - teacher says the word and two students compete to be the first to splat the picture. What’s missing - numbers disappear from the slide and students say what has disappeared Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Could be used in conjunction with Carnival in Spanish Carnaval Worksheets (find it for free in the Spanish Classroom TES shop).
Spanish Home Learning Pack
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Spanish Home Learning Pack

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A home learning pack to revise basic Spanish in case of school closures. The pack includes lots of fun activities: matching, word searches, fill in the missing gap and labeling the picture. Each worksheet covers basic Spanish vocabulary including: Numbers Colours The weather Questions and answers The family Transport I hope you find it useful!
Food in Spain Comida en España
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Food in Spain Comida en España

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Five fun activities for teaching food, ‘La Merienda’ or ‘afternoon tea’. The first slides introduce the vocabulary: • La Merienda – afternoon tea • una galleta – a biscuit • un magdalenas – a cupcake • un vaso de leche – a glass of milk • un zumo de naranja – an orange juice • un chocolate caliente – a hot chocolate • un té- a tea • un café – a coffee • pan con mermelada – bread with jam • sandwich de queso – cheese and ham sandwich • pan con tomate – bread with tomato There is guidance on how to pronounce the words in Spanish for non specialist teachers. The five activities are: The five activities are: Matching - students match the words to the pictures. Picture splat - teacher says the target vocabulary and two students compete to be the first to splat the picture. What’s missing - numbers disappear from the slide and students say what has disappeared Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Each game includes key phrases the teacher can use in Spanish. The PowerPoint can be used repeatedly over a half term to teach and practice key vocabulary.
Hobbies and School Subjects in Spanish
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Hobbies and School Subjects in Spanish

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This bundle contains PowerPoints and activities to learn school subjects and hobbies in Spanish. It includes the following activities: • School Subjects in Spanish – Las Asignaturas Vocabulary and Games • Hobbies in Spanish – Mis Pasatiempos Vocabulary and Games The slides also include translations and guidance on how to pronounce the words in Spanish for non specialist teachers. The five 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 say what has disappeared Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Great for learning and consolidating key vocabulary. For more details, check out the individual resources.
Numbers 1 - 10 in Spanish - Vocabulary and Games
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Numbers 1 - 10 in Spanish - Vocabulary and Games

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PowerPoint to teach numbers from 1 - 10 in Spanish. Includes audio of a native speaking saying each number and five activities. The five 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 Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture 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!
Weather in Spanish El Tiempo Whole Unit 6 Lesson Plans and Resources
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Weather in Spanish El Tiempo Whole Unit 6 Lesson Plans and Resources

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Entire unit of plans and resources for the weather in Spanish. The plan includes weekly consolidation activities, audio of all vocabulary and information about the language. All resources are included and there are lots of fun games and activities. Vocabulary taught: hace frío – it is cold hace calor – it is hot nieva – it snows llueve – it rains está nublado – it is cloudy hace viento – it is windy hay tormenta – there is a storm hace sol – it is sunny 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. Each lesson has opportunities for self assessment and teaches language learning strategies. Students will be enthusiastic about Spanish and eager to learn more!
Parts of the Body and Physical Descriptions in Spanish Bundle
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Parts of the Body and Physical Descriptions in Spanish Bundle

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This bundle contains PowerPoints and activities to name the parts of the body and describe hair colour, eye colour and height. It includes the following resources: • Physical Descriptions in Spanish - Descripciones Físicas Vocabulary and Games • Parts of the Body in Spanish - Las Partes del Cuerpo Vocabulary and Games • Parts of the Body in Spanish - Las Partes del Cuerpo Flashcards • Parts of the Body in Spanish - Las Partes del Cuerpo Matching Activity Each PowerPoint has six games: Matching - students match the pictures to the words. Picture splat - teacher says the target vocabulary and two students compete to be the first to splat the corresponding picture. What’s missing – pictures disappear from the slide and students say what has disappeared Quick flash – click to display part of the picture. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Each PowerPoint also includes translations and guidance on how to pronounce the words in Spanish for non specialist teachers. For more details, check out the individual resources.
Mis Pasatiempos My Hobbies Spanish Half Term Plan
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Mis Pasatiempos My Hobbies Spanish Half Term Plan

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All the plans and resources you need to teach six, one hour Spanish lessons to upper KS2 or KS3 on the topic of hobbies. Students will learn ten phrases for different hobbies. They will learn to ask others about their hobbies and give their opinion on different hobbies. Students will use dictionaries to look up adjectives to describe the hobbies and write compound sentences using ‘porque’. Included in unit of work: Detailed medium term plan Mis Pasatiempos PowerPoint - includes everything needed to teach the topic, e.g. presentation of vocabulary (including sound files by a native speaker), games, activities etc. Mis Pasatiempos Activity Pack - includes front cover for new topic; moving dictation activity; word bank; sentence builder; class survey; opinion posters and a board game. End of Unit Self-Assessment – students assess how well the have achieved the topic objectives. Each lesson plan includes: activities to revise previous learning; new language activities; a main activity; plenary and consolidation activities to be completed during the week. The plans are designed for non-specialist primary teachers or specialist teachers who are short on time. The topic includes sound files of a native speaker and five games to practice the vocabulary. The five games 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 Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Students will love learning Spanish with this fun topic! Teachers will love how much time they save! ¡Muchas Gracias!
La Merienda Comida ‘En el Café’ Spanish Half Term Plan
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La Merienda Comida ‘En el Café’ Spanish Half Term Plan

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Complete set of plans and resources to teach a half a term of high quality Spanish lessons. 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 about what Spanish children typically eat for their afternoon tea and complete a reading comprehension. They will then learn ten different phrases for food eaten at this time; practising the vocabulary using a range of fun games to encourage speaking and listening. Learners give their opinion on what they like and what they dislike and use the language to roleplay a simple conversation set in a restaurant. They will create their favourite meal and finally they will follow a recipe to make a typical Spanish dish of ‘pan con tomate’ (bread with tomato). Activities are designed to encourage oracy skills and collaborative learning. Students will be enthusiastic about Spanish and eager to learn more!
Todo Sobre Mí All About Me Spanish Half Term Plan
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Todo Sobre Mí All About Me Spanish Half Term Plan

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A complete half term of Spanish planning and resources! This pack contains everything you need to teach six, one hour lessons plus consolidation activities. Todo Sobre Mí teaches students to ask and answer common questions in Spanish. The PowerPoint contains lots of fun games to motivate your students to practice the language. It also includes audio of a native speaker to help practice pronunciation. At the end of the topic students create a booklet all about themselves. The questions and answers are as follows: • ¿Cómo te llamas? What’s your name? • Me llamo My name is • Buenos días – good morning • Buenas tardes – good afternoon • Buenas noches – good night • Hola – hello • Adiós – goodbye • ¿Cómo estás? - How are you? • Estoy – I am • Muy bien - very good • Bien – good • Regular – ok • Mal – bad • Fatal – terrible • ¿Cuántos años tienes? – How old are you? • Tengo ____ años. – I am ___ years old. • ¿Dónde vives? – Where do you live? • Vivo en – I live in
Instructions and Classroom Objects in Spanish – Instrucciones y Objetos del Aula
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Instructions and Classroom Objects in Spanish – Instrucciones y Objetos del Aula

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A PowerPoint to teach ten phrases for instructions and eight classroom objects. Including five fun activities to practice understanding and pronunciation. The ten phrases for instructions are: • repetid - repeat • escuchad - listen • manos arriba – hands up • manos abajo – hands down • silencio, por favor – silence, please • levantaos – stand up • sentaos – sit down • escribid - write • mirad - look • pásame – pass me The eight classroom objects are: • un bolígrafo – a pen • un lápiz– a pencil • una goma – a rubber • una hoja de papel – a sheet of paper • una regla – a ruler • un bote de pegamento – a pot of glue • un cuaderno – an execise book • un estuche – a pencil case The slides also include translations and guidance on how to pronounce the words in Spanish for non specialist teachers. The six activities are: Matching - students match the words to the pictures. Picture splat - teacher says the target vocabulary and two students compete to be the first to splat the picture. What’s missing - numbers disappear from the slide and students say what has disappeared Quick flash - pictures are displayed momentarily. Students put their hand up and say what the picture is. Click again and the picture appears. Click a third time and the word in Spanish appears. Blockbusters – students complete to say the target vocabulary to cross from one side of the board to another. Board Game – can be printed off for group/pair work. Students throw the dice to move along the spaces. When they land on a ‘casilla’ (square), students say the target language. Each game includes instructions and key phrases the teacher can use in Spanish. The PowerPoint can be used repeatedly over a half term to teach and practice key vocabulary.
Spanish - Numbers 11 - 20  - Los Números 11 - 20
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Spanish - Numbers 11 - 20 - Los Números 11 - 20

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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.
Halloween in Spanish Complete Lesson Plan and Resources
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Halloween in Spanish Complete Lesson Plan and Resources

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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.
Christmas in Spain Quiz Concurso de Navidad en España
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Christmas in Spain Quiz Concurso de Navidad en España

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This resource includes an information pack and quiz, jam-packed full of interesting facts about how Christmas is celebrated in Spain. Students will learn about: • How ‘Beléns’ that are used as a count down to Christmas. • What is ‘Noche Buena’ • Traditional food eaten at Christmas • Why Spanish children get extra presents • ‘El Gordo’ Christmas lottery • Strange Christmas traditions Teachers then have the option to test students knowledge using the multiple choice questions or asking students to complete a quiz sheet. All answers provided. ¡Feliz Navidad!
Spanish Christmas  Navidad Español
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Spanish Christmas Navidad Español

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This pack contains everything you need to teach Christmas words and phrases in Spanish. The pack includes a PowerPoint presentation, introducing eight words and phrases associated with Christmas: Father Christmas – Papá Noel Christmas tree – árbol de navidad baubles – bolas de navidad elves – elfos reindeer – reno presents – regalos snowman – muñeco star – estrella The resources includes translations and pronunciation guidance. There are five games: Picture Splat; ¿Qué falta?; Blockbusters; Matching Activity and Quick Flash to practice the vocabulary. In addition to the PowerPoint there is also a matching activity worksheet and a boardgame.