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Category: Position words

Spanish Valentine Hidden Hearts Activity

This picture with hidden hearts can be used in lots of different ways to engage kids with Spanish. You can use it for speaking, listening or writing activities. Here are a few suggestions. You will be able to think of other ideas for using this Spanish Valentine activity. Kids can: – Look for and count the hearts to practice numbers and the words el corazón. – Color the hearts to practice colors. – Look for and count the hearts to…

spanish story valentines day

This review was contributed by Brooks Lindner from Sonrisas Spanish School. He writes about the Spanish story Adivina cuánto te quiero by Sam McBratney. This delightful story of filial love is one that will charm children and is also very practical for teaching Spanish. The story begins with the little hare, Caramelo, saying to his dad, “Adivina cuánto te quiero.” (“Guess how much I love you.”) Then, Caramelo tries to demonstrate to his dad how much he loves him in…

This online game in Spanish, Un día en el circo, is from a set of activities called Diverland. The activities are part of Proyecto Ludos, online educational resources sponsored by the Spanish government. The game has seven different activities to practice positional words. The activities use the words in these pairs: abajo-arriba (up-down) dentro-fuera (in-out) encima-abajo (on top of-under) delante-detrás (in front of-behind) cerca-lejos (close-far) a la izquierda-a la derecha (to the left-to the right) If you do not want…

Educapeques is an educational portal with lots of resources for teachers and parents. On the website, Editorial Educapeques of Spain offers games, printables, stories and poems for children. Many of the activities and materials can be used with Spanish language learners. You will want to explore Educapeques to find what best fits your situation, but I will mention a few materials that work well with kids learning Spanish. Printable Spanish Games for Kids This printable Juego de letras is a…

These two online games are from Educapeques. They are designed to teach basic concepts and prepositions to native Spanish speakers and are also excellent online games for teaching Spanish vocabulary and agreement to language learners. Children see a set of four simple drawings and hear clear audio instructions telling them to click on one of the images. The objects in the drawings are familiar, so the instructions kids hear will have words like mesa, vasos, casa, árbol, perro, niño, gato…

Sticky notes have to be one of the handiest inventions ever. In addition to keeping us organized, they are wonderful for language activities to teach kids Spanish. You can rearrange sticky notes, so they are perfect for matching activities. You can put them on a wall, so everything is bigger and kids can stand up and move. You can put them anywhere, so language can be applied to the physical world (I couldn’t resist the pun). They come in fabulous…

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