Play the Realidades song ¿Cómo Soy Yo? while students follow along and fill out the FREE worksheet. You may need to play it back and pause it a few times for them to fill in the blanks. At the end, sing the song and watch the video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwWzMvPyVXA)
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A simple FREE worksheet to help students thoroughly work through the vocabulary and formations of these characteristics in singular/plural and masculine/feminine form.
Students fill in this chart, thoroughly practicing their knowledge of commands with direct object pronouns and their rules. Include irregular commands.
Students fill in the blanks with the correct title of the person in relation to them along with their name (could be real or imaginary). They often enjoy creating their celebrity family.
Students complete several different Venn Diagrams on the two-page worksheets. They are to categorized different types of foods to help them better learn the meanings of foods in Spanish.
This assignment can be given once a term to students. The point of it is for students to be practicing their Spanish outside of class. Students earn a certain amount a points by doing the following activities:
- Communication: with a fluent Spanish speaker
- Reading: native texts
- Listening: movies, music, etc.
- Culture: go to restaurant, make piñata, etc.
Everything is explained in great detail on the sheet. Students use this same paper as their log to fill out what they are doing, how long they did it for, and a brief summary of what happened. My students have always looked forward to doing this every year. It is a great way to get them using the language outside of class!
From the Realidades text comes this song that helps teach the -AR verb conjugations in the present tense. Students are to listen to the song, filling in the missing lyrics. Sometimes it’s helpful if they are put in groups to help each other out. When all the students have all the blanks filled in, you can sing it as a class together! The song can be found here
The Spanish irregular preterit tense (El Pretérito) is quite possibly the most difficult tense to conjugate. Students (and teachers) can use this cheat sheet to help study all the conjugations of the irregular preterit. This is not a worksheet but just an organized study guide.
This is a fun practice activity to do with students when they are working with reflexives. Play the song “Y No Hago Más Na'” by El Gran Combo. Pause several times during the video and go back a few seconds to help students listen closely. As they do they are to fill in the blanks. There is a key at the top with the verbs in the infinitive to help them. When it’s all filled in, sing the song together as a class!
This FREE worksheet simply helps students create a daily routine for themselves in a structure manner.
This assignment has 2 parts: First students are given a word and they are to write out each letter in the word in Spanish (Ex: s=ese). The second part they are given a word and with each letter in that word they need to write a word in English that makes the same sound as the Spanish letter (Ex: o=open). This includes soft and hard C’s and G’s.
This Spanish Demonstratives Worksheet is a two-page worksheet focuses on LOS DEMOSTRATIVOS (este, esta, estos, estas, ese, esa, esos, esas, aquel, aquella, aquellos, aquellas). It’s packed full of different sentences and scenarios students must complete assessing their understanding of the correct uses of the Spanish demonstratives.
Students use this Spanish Directions Worksheet with a given map and a set of directions in Spanish to follow then indicate in the blank the destination in using Spanish city vocabulary. Students are then given two locations and are to describe in Spanish how to get from one to the other.
This Spanish ESTAR Worksheet is 2 pages thoroughly assessing student understanding of the following: 1)Spanish ESTAR Conjugation 2)Spanish Adjective/Characteristic vocabulary 3)Spanish Agreement of Characteristic with subject.
This Spanish Infinitives Worksheet is to help students with the basic understanding of Spanish infinitives. They first fill in the chart determining what type of verb each picture indicates. At the bottom they are to look up the 3 different type of verbs either with a Span/Eng dictionary or online and write their meaning.
This 2-page Spanish Irregular Preterite Worksheet goes through the common irregular preterit conjugations in different ways helping the student better understand how to conjugate them. The following verbs are included:
- “I” verbs: Hacer, Venir, Querer
- “U” verbs: Poner, Poder, Saber
- “UV” verbs: Andar, Tener, Estar
- “J” verbs: Traer, Decir
- I to Y sandal verbs: Destruir, Leer
- E to I sandal verbs: Pedir, Sentir
- O to U sandal verbs: Dormir, Morir
Check out this thorough guide to writing Spanish Love Quotes. Give this 2-page font size 8 guide to students to follow to write Spanish Valentines Cards to each other. Spend a day or two writing the notes then give them out near Valentines Day. This is a great way to practice writing and reading in Spanish in context.
This Spanish Possessive Adjectives Worksheet is a simple one-page worksheet that first teaches students the basics of the Spanish possessive adjectives in an organized manner with a chart. Then it thoroughly assessing student knowledge on the concept through the rest of the activities.
In this Spanish Prepositions Worksheet (Around the House), students are given a picture and an item. They are to write in Spanish the location of the item using prepositions (above, below, next to, to the right of, inside of etc.) along with common Spanish House Vocabulary.
This 2 page Spanish Present Tense Worksheet is packed full of practice conjugations in the present tense of -AR regular verbs. Once students can complete this assignment on their own, they are ready to move on to ER/IR verbs.
This 2-page Spanish Preterite vs Imperfect Worksheet uses both English and Spanish to help students understand the different uses between the Spanish Preterit and Imperfect tense along with their conjugations. Students should have a basic understanding already of the different uses between the two tenses.
A Spanish Reflexives Verbs Worksheet two-page worksheet that starts off helping the students understand when the use the reflexives with some sentences in English. Then it helps assess students’ understanding of the reflexive pronoun. Finally students are to create sentences using the reflexive verbs given.
This Spanish Speaking Countries Blank Map is an assignment students can do individually or in partners. They are given a blank map with labels for the Spanish speaking countries. On the 2nd page they will find clues as to where each country is located. Students use the clues to fill out the map then can keep the assignment as a study guide.
Give this Spanish Speaking Countries Flags Coloring Page for students to either color during class time with provided materials, or have them complete it at home researching the colors of the flags.
This two-page Spanish Subject Pronouns Worksheet includes diagrams and images to help students determine which Spanish subject pronoun to use. There are several different sections that assess student understanding using different methods.
This 2-page worksheet thoroughly assesses student understanding of the Spanish stem-changing verbs and their conjugations.