Spanish Fun Activity Sheets
for Flash Cards Set 1
Have you ever experienced teaching Spanish vocabulary and realized how quickly students learn them? Do you find yourself with limited exercises and resources to further practice and review with your students or kids what has been learned? If so, you are not alone. I have felt the same way too. I have purchased good books for teaching Spanish but more often than not there is not enough variety of worksheet materials to cover a unit or a subject. You can’t just keep giving students the same material over and over.
When I created my Flash Cards Sets 1 through 4, I included ideas and activities that can be done to help students learn the words. But having new activities and ideas are always a plus; so I decided to create these Spanish Fun Activity Sheets to fulfill the need for new and different kinds of worksheets and variations to help students along the way as they learn and incorporate new Spanish words and to provide parents, teachers and instructors with a variation of activities that can be done over a period of time to keep alive in the student’s mind what has been taught and to help them further internalize it. The more activities and varieties are done with new and old Spanish words, the more familiar and comfortable students will become with them and most likely not forget them.
So I hope you and your students have fun with these activities. As time goes on, I will be sharing more ideas and activities to do, including using the Spanish words in sentences and so on…
When you purchase the SpanishFun Activity Sheets for Flash Cards Set 1, you will also receive instructions and ideas on how to use each activity sheet. Here, I will provide a few advance ideas to use with this package.
· Have students pick out and say all or as many illustrations they saw on the memory game card instead of writing it down or coloring the box with the words. (For this you will need to have a set of the cut outcards.) A variation to this idea is to do it with two students or even three and see which person remembers the most. (If doing two or three students at a time you will need two to three sets of cut out cards)
· Select two students. One will call out the items on the card and the other student match the items on a blank card.
· For the “Corta y Pega” activity, select three groups. Give groups 1 and 2 a page with the empty squares and group 3 the cut out cards. The two groups with the empty square page take turns by going to the other group to ask them for what they need. For example: group 1 and group 2 take turns going to group 3 to ask for what they need to complete their page. For example someone from either group 1 or 2 goes to group 3 and say: ”necesito la bombilla” and a student from group 3 will give “la bombilla” The first group to fill out all the squares correctly wins!
These ideas and games work best when students are very familiar with the Spanish words and pronunciation.
Included in the Spanish Fun Activity Package is a game called: “¿qué falta?”
You can download a Free sample of it here and use with your students! I also included a blank card to use with the game idea on bullet point 2.
To purchase Spanish Fun Activity Sheets for Flash Cards Set 1 click here.
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