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Day of the Dead el Dia de los Muertos word wall and student activities bundle

Para Celebrar El Dia de Los Muertos en la Clase!!

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Spanish Navidad-Christmas Presentation and student activities bundle

Para celebrar Navidad en la clase. Presentation and student activities bundle!

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Body Parts Vocabulary Activities & Games Unit (Las Partes del Cuerpo)

This 14 page Spanish Body Parts Vocabulary Activities and Games Unit is a great teaching tool for all Spanish Teachers! This Body Parts (Las Par...

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Body Parts Bingo Boards Class Set of 30

Body Parts (Spanish) Bingo Boards Class Set of 30- Free TPT

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Una Semana en la Vida de mi Mascota- Spanish Pet Journal Project

This is a great project to use with students to get them writing and presenting basic Spanish sentences. Students will create a PowerPoint journal giving details about the daily activities of an imaginary (or real) pet. They will include photos for each day.

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Parts of Speech F.U.N.!

Teaching Parts of Speech can be a TON of fun....video clips, mentor texts, and some F.U.N. interactive writing!

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La Comida-Presentation, white board activity, jigsaw activity and exit pass

La comida ~ great presentation!

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Valentine's Day Spanish, San Valentin BUNDLE of activities

Spanish Lessons for Valentine's Day! El Dia de San Valentin, El Dia de los Enamorados. 14 lessons that are great for the week of Valentine's Day, reading, writing, speaking, listening! Individual, Partner and Whole Class activities. La Profesora Frida, TeachersPayTeachers

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Spanish Valentine's Day Read and Draw - ¿Dónde está Cupido? - Beginner, Novice

Celebrate "El día de amor y amistad" with these fun reading, writing, and drawing activities en español for *beginning or novice* Spanish students. Students read through the prompts to create their own silly drawings of "Cupido" based on the description, emphasizing Spanish prepositions of location.