Lesson Plans for Spanish Class
Spanish Subject Pronoun Posters and other bulletin board ideas for your Spanish classroom.
Lesson Plans and Activities for Spanish class.
An amazing interactive lesson for teaching prepositions of location words in Spanish. Includes a communicative activity of 11 pictures for students to describe to their partner.
If you are reading the TPRStorytelling Novel, Esperanza, or studying about Guatemala, you are going to love these bookmarks.
Save 33% on 20 of our Best Spanish projects which can be used for Spanish levels 1 and 2.
Get your Spanish students to practice using Direct Object Pronouns (DOP) with this hands-on engaging activity. This activity has separate cards for subject pronouns, DOP, and verb endings.
Free Spanish Printable! Have students "referee" each other by issuing a red card when partner slips into English during communicative activities!
Adivina quien? For students playing the game "Guess Who?" to practice asking about people's descriptions, I give students a laminated copy of this sheet for them to remember the correct vocabulary including: hair colors, eye colors, size of hair/nose, if they are man/woman, if they have a mustache or beard, etc.
This 13 page packet explains different 'feelings' that use tener expressions or adjectives that use estar as well as using the verb sentirse. Including: To be cold, hungry, thirsty, in a hurry, sleepy, right, scared, and lucky; being nervous, busy, tired, confused, worried, bored, sick, sad, happy, angry, in agreement.Also features several pages of statement in Spanish that students must choose the correct feeling of that person.Includes 2 pages of flashcards using the pictures from the pack...
Practice asking and giving personal information such as name, origin, age, and birthday with this set of cards for Spanish class.
La Historia de un Oso: This lesson plan features a Spanish reading based off the 2016 Oscar-Award Winning Best Animated Short, "Bear Story," which shows a family's struggle during the Military Regime of Chile in the 1970s.
Spanish Desk Plates with reference for colors, left/right, and more!