Instant Digital Download World Languages/Spanish Class | Etsy
INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD __________________________________________________ Help teach your students the differences between por y para with this colorful, modern poster! "Los usos de Por y Para" Your purchase includes 2 digital files. They are formatted to print correctly as 20x30 poster prints (Costco is probably the cheapest, best quality for 20x30 prints!) These files are meant to be printed in portrait orientation (vertical) If you liked this design, check out my SER Y ESTAR poster…
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Daily Routine Vocabulary in Spanish
Here is a list of Spanish words and phrases related to daily activities and routines, with English translations. Check the vocabulary list here.
¡Ya sabes español! A great first day activity!
A blog featuring activities and resources for teaching Spanish to kids in the elementary school.
News you can use in Spanish classes: new subscriptions! - The Comprehensible Classroom
This spring, we celebrated the two year anniversary of El Mundo en tus manos, the news publication that brings you simplified news stories from the Spanish speaking world! It has been a fantastic two years, and I have enjoyed curating current events from around the globe to bring you interesting and important stories that will…
Spanish Character and Personality Vocabulary #learningspanish
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Por y Para Presentation and Student Activities
This product will help your students distinguish when to utilize por y para. There are useful acronyms in the presentation which are excellent tools for students to remember the rules, and they can be printed out and hung in the classroom. There are two student activities included with the presenta...
Today in history: engage students with a simple critical thinking activity in the target language - The Comprehensible Classroom
I first heard the idea for “Today in History”; or rather, “NOT Today in History” by reading a blog post from Justin Slocum Bailey on the Indwelling Language blog back in 2014. Click here to read the first post: and here to read the second. Recently, I have been looking for new kinds of ‘puzzles’ that…