This list of games for Spanish class includes several games that can be modified depending on the vocabulary unit you are teaching. Games encourage listening comprehension, speaking practice, or both.
This activity allows students to celebrate a Colombian holiday by writing simple messages of friendship on paper hearts in a provided printable.
In these activities, students will understand apostrophes and how they are used to form possessives. Students will use apostrophes to correct public signs where apostrophes are used incorrectly when forming possessives.
This short text, written by a Spanish teacher and based on Eric Carle's ''The Very Hungery Caterpillar'', tells the tale of a caterpillar that travels to different Spanish-speaking countries eating typical dishes. Teachers can use a map and pictures of the dishes to aid in comphrehension.
This list of activities is for use with vocabulary flashcards for any unit. These games are appropriate for younger learners but work for any world language.
In this lesson plan, students will learn rondo form, perform a two part partner song complete with "orffstration", and learn possible recorder accompaniment.
This activity is centered around the song 'La Finca del Ramon'. There is a video included of the song, and some ideas of how to review vocabulary of farm animals and their sounds in the form of games.