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I am currently a Spanish teacher and I was tired of looking for effective, straightforward teaching resources for my Spanish students so I decided to make them myself! Prior to teaching, I was professionally trained in curriculum design & development. Today, my materials and approach to teaching Spanish are used by Spanish teachers all across the country! I am new to TES but wanted to explore another avenue for sharing my teaching resources with as many people as possible! Happy teaching!

I am currently a Spanish teacher and I was tired of looking for effective, straightforward teaching resources for my Spanish students so I decided to make them myself! Prior to teaching, I was professionally trained in curriculum design & development. Today, my materials and approach to teaching Spanish are used by Spanish teachers all across the country! I am new to TES but wanted to explore another avenue for sharing my teaching resources with as many people as possible! Happy teaching!
Verbs & ME GUSTA! (8 fun worksheets!)
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Verbs & ME GUSTA! (8 fun worksheets!)

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Recommended for grades K-2nd! Use this series of worksheets with your younger Spanish students to support classroom instruction! This resource includes a coloring page followed by worksheets and a short story for reading comprehension.
Spanish “Pictionary” Board Game! -  FUN & CUSTOMIZABLE!
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Spanish “Pictionary” Board Game! - FUN & CUSTOMIZABLE!

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Who doesn’t like to play Pictionary? This board game is a high-energy, always-a-hit game to play with your Spanish class. This game plays like the classic game of “Pictionary” only in this case, it is used to reinforce Spanish vocabulary! Students break up into two teams and try to out-guess each other when one of their team members attempts to draw a picture of a Spanish vocabulary word. Teams have only 60 seconds to guess what the drawing is in Spanish! Vocabulary words are broken into four categories: La Ropa La Casa La Comida La Escuela Spanish Vocabulary: Clothing Food (beverages, food, fruits & vegetables) Items found in a house or parts of a house School items Detailed instructions included! Teacher Tip! If you’d like to use your own Spanish vocabulary, use a black Sharpie and write in your own vocabulary words on the blank category cards provided!
Make Your Own Spanish Weather Wheel!
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Make Your Own Spanish Weather Wheel!

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This is a fun activity for students to help them learn how to describe the weather in Spanish! This is a fun craft that can be used for all beginning Spanish students from Kindergarten and up! The only skills required are that the students know how to read and to draw. The activity takes about 1 hour to complete and can be used every day to help students remember how to describe the weather on any day of the year! Fun, easy, and extremely helpful! Note! There are two versions of this activity. One that is more advanced and one that is more basic. Use the one that is most appropriate for your students! Spanish Vocabulary covered: Hace sol. Hace calor. Hace viento. Está lloviendo. Está nevando. Hace frío. Está nublado. Está medio nublado.
Spanish-Speaking Countries of the World Activity (Country Fact Sheets)
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Spanish-Speaking Countries of the World Activity (Country Fact Sheets)

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Teach your students about all 21 Spanish-speaking countries of the world using this country fact sheet activity. Print out all 21 pages on white cardstock and then assign one country to each student. Students will first have to do simple research on their assigned country and fill out their country fact sheet. Then, students will fill in all of the blanks on the country fact sheet and color the flag, the map, and draw pictures with labels where needed. Finally, students can present their country to the rest of the class in Spanish! For a more involved activity, have each student complete the fact sheets for all 21 Spanish-speaking countries of the world. Teacher Tip! An example of a finished country fact sheet is included at the end. Included with this resource are: Detailed instructions (NO PREP!) One country fact sheet template for all 21 Spanish-speaking countries of the world (Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Spain, Equatorial Guinea) One example of a finished fact sheet (Mexico) Link to one of my favorite YouTube videos that works PERFECTLY with this activity
Spanish-Speaking Countries of the World!
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Spanish-Speaking Countries of the World!

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Introduce your younger students to the 21 Spanish-speaking countries of the world using these fun coloring pages (7 total). Overview (World Map) The Caribbean Central America South America Mexico Spain Africa
“El Restaurante Fantástico” (Spanish Role-Play Game with Flashcards)
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“El Restaurante Fantástico” (Spanish Role-Play Game with Flashcards)

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There is no better way to teach kids about the names of foods in Spanish than with this fun, restaurant-style game! Students should first be familiar with basic food vocabulary in Spanish. Use menus, play money, place setting, and food flashcards and have kids role-play ordering food in Spanish at a restaurant. A class favorite for sure! Included with this resource: Menu for “El Restaurante Fantástico” Place setting, one with labels and one without, (fork, knife, spoon, plate, glass, napkin, salt & pepper) 44 Food Flashcards for breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks, and deserts Detailed instructions for playing the game
Listening exercise for Spanish students! "Pedro, el Pez"
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Listening exercise for Spanish students! "Pedro, el Pez"

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A listening exercise for young Spanish students made in collaboration with Calico Spanish! This is a simple exercise to help students with listening, comprehension, and writing skills by listening to a simple story by Calico Spanish. First, have students listen to the story on YouTube called “Pedro, el Pez” by Calico Spanish. (Link included.) Then, have students complete the next two worksheets working together as a class. Finally, have students color the coloring page at the end for fun! (One basic, and one a little more difficult.) Teacher Tip! After watching the video, use the story props on page 7 to ask questions about the story. For example… ¿De qué color es Pedro? ¿De qué color es la guitarra de Pedro? ¿A quién conoce Pedro? ¿Cómo se llama el niño? ¿Tiene Pedro una pizza? ¿Tiene Pedro un piano? ¿Qué tiene Pedro? Etc. Calico Spanish specializes in creating story-based Spanish curriculum anyone can use to teach Spanish to young children. Explore and learn with Pedro and all his amigos at CalicoSpanish.com/Discover-Stories. Images used with permission from Kids Immersion, LLC.
Listening Exercises for Spanish Students! (Season 1, all 6 episodes!)
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Listening Exercises for Spanish Students! (Season 1, all 6 episodes!)

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This listening activity works with a great free online resource through YouTube called “Buena Gente.” There are six episodes and each is between approximately 4-10 minutes long. Follow Sofía and Mateo on a journey where they attempt to find the owner of some very important belongings left behind in their new apartment! All episodes are based in Mexico. I recommend this activity for students in grades 5 or higher, with at least one full year of Spanish. (This material reinforces grammatical concepts typically covered in a Spanish 1 & 2 HS course.) These listening exercises are a great way for students to practice comprehension, learn new vocabulary, and discuss grammatical concepts like preterite vs. imperfect, the use of the subjunctive, the future tense, and more! The actors speak very slowly and clearly. I recommend showing these videos with the Spanish subtitles on for the first time and without them the second or third time. After watching, have students work alone or in groups to answer the questions. Review answers with the class to work on pronunciation and to answer any questions. A great tool to reinforce learning! Worksheets for each episode include a review of verbs, vocabulary introduced in the video, true & false questions, fill-in-the-blanks, question & answer or multiple choice. Links to jump directly to “Buena Gente” episodes through YouTube are also provided along with an answer key!
Present Tense Conjugation Activity/Craft - Regular Spanish Verbs
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Present Tense Conjugation Activity/Craft - Regular Spanish Verbs

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This interactive activity will help your students understand conjugation starting with regular Spanish verbs in the present tense. (Great activity for hands-on learners!) Help students understand this concept with a hands-on activity that will help them understand how to conjugate regular Spanish verbs using this analogy: Build your house. Add the correct endings to the stem of the verbs. Put the people in the house. Directions for activity: Print out the next 3 pages, (one set per student). Have students cut along the DOTTED lines. Paste the verb endings into the “house” as illustrated. Cut out individual rectangles of the personal pronouns and carefully staple each personal pronoun along the outer edge of the house over the top of the corresponding endings. Finally, practice conjugating regular AR / ER / IR verbs using the list of regular verbs at the end. (Use the illustration included as a guide.) Teacher Tip! A list of regular Spanish verbs with their meaning in English is included for reference at the end. Use this list as a study guide and for conjugation practice along with this activity.
My Daily Routine - Spanish (8 fun worksheets!)
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My Daily Routine - Spanish (8 fun worksheets!)

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Recommended for grades K-2nd! Use this series of worksheets with your younger Spanish students to support classroom instruction! This resource includes a coloring page followed by worksheets, a cut & paste activity, and a short story for reading comprehension. Looking for more resources like this? Check out my “Español Básico, Libro 1” workbook series. Book 1 covers the following 10 lessons: Saludos y Despedidas Números, Alfabeto, Colores y Formas El Calendario y El Tiempo La Hora y Vocabulario de la Escuela Los Verbos y “Me Gusta” Los Animales y Las Partes del Cuerpo Mi Familia La Comida ¿Adónde vas? Y ¿Qué vas a hacer? Los Países Hispanohablantes del Mundo
My House & My Chores - Spanish (8 fun worksheets!)
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My House & My Chores - Spanish (8 fun worksheets!)

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Recommended for grades K-2nd! Use this series of worksheets with your younger Spanish students to support classroom instruction! This resource includes a coloring page followed by worksheets and a short story for reading comprehension.
Clothing in Spanish (16 fun worksheets!)
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Clothing in Spanish (16 fun worksheets!)

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Recommended for grades K-2nd! Use this series of worksheets with your younger Spanish students to support classroom instruction! This resource includes a coloring page followed by worksheets and a short story for reading comprehension.
Professions - Spanish (9 fun worksheets!)
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Professions - Spanish (9 fun worksheets!)

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Recommended for grades K-2nd! Use this series of worksheets with your younger Spanish students to support classroom instruction! This resource includes a coloring page followed by worksheets and a short story for reading comprehension.
6 Christmas Activities for Spanish Students! (Just print!)
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6 Christmas Activities for Spanish Students! (Just print!)

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Use these fun Christmas-themed activities to teach your Spanish students some holiday-inspired vocabulary and phrases! Activities include the following: Vocabulary-picture match (2) Christmas crossword (clues in English or in Spanish) Christmas word search Snowman mask Christmas songs with Spanish lyrics I like to put on some festive music and dedicate an entire class to holiday fun! Answer keys are included! ¡Feliz Navidad!
Learn CLOTHING vocabulary in Spanish using this fun role-play Game!
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Learn CLOTHING vocabulary in Spanish using this fun role-play Game!

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There is no better way to teach kids clothing vocabulary in Spanish than with this fun, shopping simulation role-play game! A class favorite for sure! The objective of this game is to be the first “shopper” to buy at least one item of clothing from five different categories before your opponents, but be careful not to run out of money! Shoppers have €100 to spend at their favorite store in Spain! Included with this resource: “Mi Tienda Favorita” catalog Clothing flashcards (84 items!) Play money in EUROS Step-by-step instructions for playing the game Links to YouTube videos that introduce clothing vocabulary in Spanish SPANISH SKILLS/VOCABULARY: Clothing Vocabulary (84 vocabulary words of clothing, shoes & accessories) Numbers by 5’s to 100 How to Play… You are going shopping at your favorite clothing store in Spain! Choose up to 5 individual shoppers or teams and 1 store attendant to begin the game. Pass out a game board and €100 to each shopper. The store attendant will control the extra money for making change and the clothing items (flashcards). Shoppers have €100 to spend but they need to buy at least one item from each of the following categories: TOPS / DRESSES / COATS PANTS or SKIRTS SHOES ACCESSORIES HATS Roll the dice. You will choose one item from the category according to the roll of the dice. ¡DESCUENTO! If you roll a 6, the item is on sale! Take 50% off the price of any item you like! If you roll the dice and already have an item from that category, you may purchase something else from another player, from the store, or pass and wait for your next turn. You LOVE accessories! If you roll a 4, you MUST purchase something from the accessory category. In order to buy the item from each category, you must ask for it in Spanish using the correct vocabulary. (Refer to your catalog for help with this.) Keep your items on the game board by category. The first person to purchase at least one item from each category without running out of money wins!