Spanish 1 Unit 1 High Frequency Verbs Present Tense Find Someone Who
Find Someone Who - Super 7 (present) - for novice Spanish - Mis Clases Locas
Las Posadas Lesson Plans, Crafts, Activities, and Music
A cute little video describing the tradition of Las posadas - wish I had found this two weeks ago!
Sight Word Mini Book Freebie: Yo (Spanish)
Un librito de la palabra yo Students write the target sight word on each page as they read the mini-book. They can then decorate the pictures to make the book their own. Directions for assembly are included. These sight word books are perfect for use during guided reading or, once students are fa...
"Musical Chairs" Spanish Vocabulary Game
This is a game that I've been using mostly with my elementary students who sign up to learn some Spanish during our summer school program. The kids really enjoy it - the music, the dancing, the competition, and the luck, but it allows me to review vocabulary with them too at the same time. I call it musical chairs, but there are no chairs involved, really. So, maybe I should be thinking up a new name. :) Here's how we play: 1. First, I make large cards out of construction paper or printer…
10 Spanish Color Songs for Kids - Spanish Playground
Spanish color songs are fun to sing and teach kids lots of common vocabulary. 10 songs to sing with Spanish learners to learn colors and more.
Spanish Songs for Kids - Easy Color Song and Printable - Spanish Playground
Familiar tunes make it easy for kids to learn songs in Spanish. This color song is to the tune of Ten Little Fingers, the one that goes: One little, two little, three little fingers… One way to sing this song is with just the color words. You can hear the song in the video at the end of the post. Lots of people teach café instead of marrón, and it fits in the song just as well. These are the lyrics: Rojo, amarillo, azul y verde, negro, morado y anaranjado, blanco, marrón (café) y rosado y al…
Spanish Activities for Elementary Students: The Friday Five - Spanish Playground
Spanish activities for elementary students with no prep! The Friday Five is a weekly series of easy songs, games, and printables for kids learning Spanish.
Tengo frío - Beginning Spanish Story
I teach this story with TPRS®, a method developed by Blaine Ray. This story provides input that is comprehensible, engaging, and carefully structured to include lots of repetition. I have been using TPRS® in my classes since 2007 and have found it to be a highly successful method for learning lan...
Hola a todos: A Spanish Greeting Song - Calico Spanish Songs for Kids
Want AD-FREE music and story-based curriculum? CalicoSpanish.com.Hola a todos: A Spanish Greeting Song - Calico Spanish Songs for Kidshttps://CalicoSpanish.c...
Is it August ALREADY????
Yikes! Between building a new house and trying to tweak things for my second year at my new school, summer has FLOWN by. My wheels are turni...