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Hello! My name is Delia and I´ve been teaching English and Spanish as foreign languages for more than 15 years now. At present, I teach Spanish in the PYP system. The resources I sell in my shop are mainly card games. I use them to spice up my lessons and have the kids talk in the target language as much as possible. I hope you find them useful and enjoyable!

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Hello! My name is Delia and I´ve been teaching English and Spanish as foreign languages for more than 15 years now. At present, I teach Spanish in the PYP system. The resources I sell in my shop are mainly card games. I use them to spice up my lessons and have the kids talk in the target language as much as possible. I hope you find them useful and enjoyable!
Mi rutina
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Mi rutina

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Activities related to the booklet on daily routine activities.
Quien soy
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Quien soy

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Fruit and vegetables vocabulary - colour, size, texture, etc - guess the fruit or vegetable after reading the description
Las profesiones - Card Game
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Las profesiones - Card Game

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This game is designed to practice asking about and describing jobs in Spanish. The vocabulary includes: - jobs and occupations in masculine and feminine - work places for all the jobs and occupations on the cards - actions (verbs) related to the jobs and occupations on the cards - the question ¿A qué se dedica? There are two documents. The first set contains a whole set made out of 36 cards, ideally for a group of 9 or 12 students. The second set contains the same cards split into 2 smaller sets of 18 cards, as indicated by the different colour of the card borders. These are ideal if you want to split the class into two groups of 3 or 6 students. After they play with one set, the groups swap and play with the other too. I-Have-Who-Has-Type of Game This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print more copies. of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme (for example, En la casa de Pinocho, solo cuentan hasta ocho, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8) Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that’s asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card.
Distance Learning Special: Los animales salvajes (Hábitat)-Minilesson Video+Activities
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Distance Learning Special: Los animales salvajes (Hábitat)-Minilesson Video+Activities

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Distance Learning Special: Los animales (Hábitat) - Minilesson Video+Activities This is a complete, ready-to-deliver Distance Learning lesson. It is designed to help the students learn new vocabulary and practice reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. It includes: A Powerpoint minilesson on the habitat of the wild animals in Spanish with images, animation and professional sound. Follow-up activities in the form of a 10-page pdf file that can be uploaded to SeeSaw. Steps you need to take to assign this lesson and the follow-up activity pages to your students in Seesaw: Convert your Powerpoint presentation to an MP4 file, using the option Save As in the * File* menu. Upload the video minilesson on Seesaw, as a link, in the Multimedia Instructions or Example section. Ask your students to watch the video at least twice to familiarize themselves with the new vocabulary. Upload the pdf document on Seesaw, in the Add Template for Student Responses section, using the Upload tool. Each page of the document will upload as a page in Seesaw. For the first pages, you need to write labels in Seesaw to match the images. Then, pile the labels up in a corner and have them drag and drop them under the right images. The students will complete the activity, following the instructions on each slide. They need to use the drag and drop tool to label the pictures, the markers to mark the right answers and the typing tool to fill in the blanks. You could also ask the students to read some of the pages aloud and record themselves so you can check their pronunciation and give feedback. You can divide the activity into 2 parts if you worry it might be too much to assign to your students at once. Simply upload the document to Seesaw and then delete the pages you wish to leave for a later date. If you do not intend to use this resource to upload to Seesaw, you can just send the worksheet to your students to download and print.
El clima - ¿Qué tiempo hace en....?- Card Game
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El clima - ¿Qué tiempo hace en....?- Card Game

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This game is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has game. This game is designed to practice basic vocabulary related to weather and the names of the main Spanish cities. The document includes two sets of the same game, marked by two different colors of the frames. This is because a set only contains 12 cards, so it should be played in small groups of 3 or 4 students maximum. Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. The ideal number of players is 3 (4 cards for each student), but it will also work with 2 to 6 players. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills.
La comida - Frutas y verduras - Matching, Memory & Bingo Game Cards
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La comida - Frutas y verduras - Matching, Memory & Bingo Game Cards

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This is a classic game of matching cards. I use it as an inquiry activity before I actually teach the vocabulary. It is designed to introduce and practice vocabulary related to fruits and vegetables. Students can play three different games: matching, memory and bingo. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MATCHING GAME: Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Split the students into groups. Give each group a set of cards. Ask the students to match the picture cards with the word cards. Time the activity and count the points for each group. Repeat at the beginning of the class, or between activities, until the students are able to match all the pairs correctly. This is a quick, simple way for the students to activate their prior knowledge, make connections to the languages they speak through cognates, cooperate and learn from each other. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEMORY GAME: Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Split the students into groups. Give each group a set of cards. Ask the students to put all the cards face down. Students take turns to pick up two cards to match the picture with the words. INSTRUCTIONS FOR BINGO GAME: Print the document one sided and laminate. Cut out all the word cards. Cut in half the picture boards to make 4 bingo boards Put the word cards in a pile face down. Take one card and read the word. The student who has the picture matching the word says “BINGO!” The first student to complete his board wins.
La ropa - ¿Quién lleva? - Board Game
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La ropa - ¿Quién lleva? - Board Game

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This is a simple board game to practice clothing and the verb llevar. In includes a beginner version and an intermediate one. You will need dice and counters to play it. Print out the board (A3 size) and laminate. The students take turns in throwing the dice, reading the questions and answering them about themselves.
La classe - Qui a? - Card Game
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La classe - Qui a? - Card Game

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This game is a French version of the classic " I have… Who has …? " game, designed to practice the classroom objects. This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme. Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that has been asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!
El cuerpo - Los cinco sentidos - Juego de correspondencias
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El cuerpo - Los cinco sentidos - Juego de correspondencias

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This is a classic card game of matching pairs (pictures and words). It is designed to practice 25 adjectives related to the five senses. Use this game to introduce new vocabulary through inquiry, as well as to consolidate and revise the taught vocabulary DIRECTIONS: Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out the cards. Print several copies, one for each group of maximum students. Also, print each copy on a different color paper, to make sure the sets don´t mix. Ask the student to match the picture within a certain amount of time (5 to 10 minutes). Then check and count the right answers of each group. Keep the score and declare the winner. Repeat the activity at the beginning of every lesson until the students have learned the vocabulary and are able to match all or most of the cards correctly.
Los animales salvajes - Bundle
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Los animales salvajes - Bundle

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This bundle includes several resources to practice the vocabulary related to: wild animals, insects fish and birds their body parts their habitat and food some adjectives to help describe them some actions to help talking about what they can do There are 3 resources: 1 worksheet (25 pages) with a varied selection of listening, reading and writing exercises, drawing and coloring, a word bank, grammar boxes, puzzles (crosswords and word-search) etc. 2 card games (chained questions on what animals can do and animal body parts)
L'environnement (Vocabulaire de base) - Jeu de  correspondance
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L'environnement (Vocabulaire de base) - Jeu de correspondance

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This game is a classic game of matching cards. There are 40 word cards with their corresponding 40 picture cards. I use it to introduce the new vocabulary through inquiry, asking the students to match the words to the pictures, with the help of cognates, previous knowledge, group or pair work etc. I usually split the students into groups and give each group a set of cards, as competition motivates them. It is a good idea to print each set on different colored paper, to prevent the sets from mixing. If you do not have colored paper at hand, you could also mark the back of the cards with a different colored marker or highlighter BEFORE you laminate them. INSTRUCTIONS Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out. Give all the cards to the students and ask them to pair up pictures and words. More ways of using the cards: As a memory game - In small groups or pairs, students arrange the cards face down in rows and columns. They take turns in turning over 2 cards until they find a pair. They get to keep the pairs they find and count them at the end of the game. Whoever has more pairs, wins the game. In pairs, students take any 4 to 6 picture cards and they take turns in showing one card each to their partner and eliciting the word for it. Students who say the correct word, keep the card and count them at the end of the game. Whoever has more cards, wins the game. When they finish with their cards, they can swap their cards with another pair’s cards. Similar to Spoon game - Deal all the cards to the students. The objective is to make as many pairs as possible without showing your cards to anyone. At the teacher’s signal, students put down one card to their left and then take the card on their right. When they make a pair, they put it down and continue until they get rid of all their cards.Whoever finishes the cards first, wins. The teacher deals all the word cards to the students and keeps the picture cards in a pile. Teacher shows the picture cards one by one and elicits the word. If the student who has that card knows the word and says it out loud, they take the card to make a pair. If they don’t, the teacher puts the picture card away. Students count their pairs at the end of the game. Whoever has more pairs, wins the game. This can be done vice versa, too, with the teacher dealing the picture cards and keeping the word cards.
Daily Routine - Times, Days of the Week and Routines - Board Games
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Daily Routine - Times, Days of the Week and Routines - Board Games

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This resource is designed to practice telling the time in Spanish and talking about every day of the week´s routine activities. This resource includes: 1 board game to practice the time (sharp, quarter past, half past, quarter to) 1 board game to practice the time (every five minutes) 1 board game to practice asking and answering about daily routines (What time do you wake up?) 1 board game to practice asking and answering about daily routines with the days of the week, parts of the day and time (*What do you do on a Thursdays at three o´clock in the afternoon? * INSTRUCTIONS: Print each page one-sided on A3 paper/cardboard and laminate. To play the game you will need two dice and many counters. Set up centers with all four games and have students find a pair and play the games one by one. Set a limited number of times each student should throw the dice (for example 5), depending on how much time you have. Students earn one counter for each correct answer. When the students have played all the games, they count their counters to see who has the most . Students take turns to throw both dice. They read and answer the question that corresponds to the numbers on the dice (e.g.: where 1 and 6 meet on the grid).
El medio ambiente  (Vocabulario Básico) - Juego de correspondencias
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El medio ambiente (Vocabulario Básico) - Juego de correspondencias

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This game is a classic game of matching cards. There are 40 word cards with their corresponding 40 picture cards. I use it to introduce the new vocabulary through inquiry, asking the students to match the words to the pictures, with the help of cognates, previous knowledge, group or pair work etc. I usually split the students into groups and give each group a set of cards, as competition motivates them. It is a good idea to print each set on different colored paper, to prevent the sets from mixing. If you do not have colored paper at hand, you could also mark the back of the cards with a different colored marker or highlighter BEFORE you laminate them. INSTRUCTIONS Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out. Give all the cards to the students and ask them to pair up pictures and words. More ways of using the cards: As a memory game - In small groups or pairs, students arrange the cards face down in rows and columns. They take turns in turning over 2 cards until they find a pair. They get to keep the pairs they find and count them at the end of the game. Whoever has more pairs, wins the game. In pairs, students take any 4 to 6 picture cards and they take turns in showing one card each to their partner and eliciting the word for it. Students who say the correct word, keep the card and count them at the end of the game. Whoever has more cards, wins the game. When they finish with their cards, they can swap their cards with another pair’s cards. Similar to Spoon game - Deal all the cards to the students. The objective is to make as many pairs as possible without showing your cards to anyone. At the teacher’s signal, students put down one card to their left and then take the card on their right. When they make a pair, they put it down and continue until they get rid of all their cards.Whoever finishes the cards first, wins. The teacher deals all the word cards to the students and keeps the picture cards in a pile. Teacher shows the picture cards one by one and elicits the word. If the student who has that card knows the word and says it out loud, they take the card to make a pair. If they don’t, the teacher puts the picture card away. Students count their pairs at the end of the game. Whoever has more pairs, wins the game. This can be done vice versa, too, with the teacher dealing the picture cards and keeping the word cards.
La familia - Paquete de recursos
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La familia - Paquete de recursos

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This bundle includes a booklet, a worksheet and a card game. All the resources are designed to introduce and practice basic vocabulary related to family members, pets and some personal information.
Los deportes - Juego de preguntas encadenadas
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Los deportes - Juego de preguntas encadenadas

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This resource is designed to practice identifying and naming 36 different sports in Spanish and the verb gustar. It is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has game. The ideal number of players is 9 (4 cards per player), but it can also be played in groups of 2 to 18 players. INSTRUCTIONS Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down.
El alfabeto español - Resource Set
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El alfabeto español - Resource Set

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These activities are designed to practice the Spanish alphabet, spelling out words or writing down spelled words. This bundle contains the following: a poster of the Spanish alphabet a worksheet a Bingo game a card game a workbook to revise letters and vocabulary INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BINGO GAME There are 10 bingo boards and 2 letter boards. The game can be played by a maximum of 10 students. Laminate all the boards. Print the Bingo boards and the Bingo letters. Cut out the Bingo letters and keep them in a plastic bag. Give each student a bingo board. There are two versions of each board, one with the letters printed (easy) and one blank (difficult). Choose whichever suits your students. Take out a letter from the bag and say its name out loud. The first student who calls out Bingo gets the letter. The first student who fills in the Bingo board with all the letters wins. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARD GAME This is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has Game. Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. The ideal number of players is 8 (4 cards for each student), but it will also work with 2 to 16 players. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice reading and listening skills. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE WORK BOOKLET Print the document in Booklet format. Make 7 more photocopies of the page with the drawing box. Put all the pages together, fold and staple to make a booklet. You can also print it in A4 format, but you will be using a lot more paper. Give each student one booklet and ask them to write down: the capital letter the lowercase letter the name of the letter in Spanish Then, ask students to draw an object whose name in Spanish starts with that letter. Example: J j jota (and they draw a 'juguete") I use this booklet as an activity to fill the students’time when they have finished a task before the others. It can also be used as a revision activity at the end of the year.
El alfabeto español - ¿Quién tiene? - Card Game
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El alfabeto español - ¿Quién tiene? - Card Game

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This is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has-Game designed to practice identifying and naming the letters of the alphabet in Spanish. Print the document one-sided, laminate and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. The ideal number of players is 8 (4 cards for each student), but it will also work with 2 to 16 players. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice reading and listening skills.
La clase - ¿Quién tiene? - Card Game
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La clase - ¿Quién tiene? - Card Game

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This game is the classic " I have... Who has ...? " game, designed to practice the names of some of the main classroom objects. This is an easy-to-play game and a great way to practice essential language concepts with the whole class. As students match up the answers on their cards with questions on other students’ cards, they get valuable practice with vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills. Directions: Cut out the cards along the dotted line and laminate. For bigger classes, you might want to print several copies of each set. Give out all the cards in the set to the students. It is important to use all the cards. Choose a student to go first. I usually do that by a counting rhyme (for example, En la casa de Pinocho, solo cuentan hasta ocho, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8) Have the selected student read the question at the bottom of the card aloud and then put the card down. The student who has the card with the answer then reads that answer aloud. This student will then read the question at the bottom of their card and put the card down. Play continues in this fashion until all of the cards have been played. The game will end with the same student who started play. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that’s asked. I tell my younger students that this is a magic game and that the magic only works if you pay attention, which is actually true. The magic happens in the end, when the question on the last card actually matches the answer on the very first card. Enjoy!