Fun For Spanish Teachers

A blog about resources for language teachers of preschool and elementary-aged children.

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¡Hola! Thanks for stopping by! If you are all about teaching Spanish to children, this is the right place to be. This blog is the place where I can connect virtually with other teachers, share my experiences in the classroom, and give back to the teaching community. Whether you’re a new or veteran teacher, we can always learn from each other! So just let me welcome you with a big bienvenida!

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OFF-SCREEN ACTIVITIES FOR ELEMENTARY SPANISH

OFF-SCREEN ACTIVITIES FOR ELEMENTARY SPANISH

Zoom burnout was is real! After I completed my 3rd week teaching online, one of the things that made me tired the most was the amount of time I was spending in front of a computer every day. Some of my students were not only attending our Zoom classes but also having...

YO TAMBIÉN – #QUEDATEENCASA VERSION

YO TAMBIÉN – #QUEDATEENCASA VERSION

I came up with this #quedateencasa version of the activity "Yo También" that I used with my students. It has been great to use at the beginning of class. If you haven't used this activity yet, I have written two posts about how to use these images in the classroom. A...

VIRTUAL GREETINGS IN SPANISH

VIRTUAL GREETINGS IN SPANISH

I miss my classroom so much and also miss being able to see my students in person. One of the hardest things about transitioning to online school was finding ways to keep some of the routines I had in my classroom and adapting them to this new way of teaching that I...

BREATHING EXERCISES FOR ELEMENTARY SPANISH

BREATHING EXERCISES FOR ELEMENTARY SPANISH

These days we are all spending a lot of time sitting in front of the computer. Taking the time to pause and breath is important in class. Doing simple breathing exercises and asking children to close their eyes while doing them is a quick way for them to take their...

DIGITAL STICKERS FOR SEESAW

DIGITAL STICKERS FOR SEESAW

One of the things that I love about Seesaw is the different options it has for teachers to give feedback to students. You may either type or record your voice to provide direct feedback. Although Seesaw doesn't allow you to give a quick sticker response (like you can...

ANIMAL MOVEMENT CARDS IN SPANISH

ANIMAL MOVEMENT CARDS IN SPANISH

Movement Cards are a life saver in my classes. I like to use them as quick brain breaks with my younger students. Now that we have moved to teaching online due to the current health situation, I find that giving our students some time to move after staring at the...

GAMES FOR ONLINE DISTANCE TEACHING

GAMES FOR ONLINE DISTANCE TEACHING

I just ended our 3rd week of distance learning, however this was my first week teaching live online classes. I do have to say that it has been exhausting trying to figure out how to make the class interactive and engaging while being so far apart from my students and...

THREE FREE STORIES FOR YOUR ELEMENTARY SPANISH CLASESS

THREE FREE STORIES FOR YOUR ELEMENTARY SPANISH CLASESS

These are three simple and easy to understand stories that I have written for elementary students, although I have also been delighted to hear from middle school teachers that they have used them with their beginner classes. These stories have a lot of repetition in...

SHORT AND COMPREHENSIBLE STORY FOR EARTH DAY

SHORT AND COMPREHENSIBLE STORY FOR EARTH DAY

This is a short story with a simple goal, to raise students' awareness about the negative environmental impacts of latex, plastic, and other materials. I created a story after being inspired by another video (further below in this post) that demonstrates why releasing...

ELEMENTARY SPANISH RESOURCES FOR HOME LEARNING

ELEMENTARY SPANISH RESOURCES FOR HOME LEARNING

With the current health situation world wide bringing school closure in some places, some teachers have been advised to come up with plans and ideas students can do at home. I have put together a list of online and printable resources that teachers can share with...

A song about farm animals in Spanish: La finca del tío Ramón

A song about farm animals in Spanish: La finca del tío Ramón

Farm animals are always a hit in early elementary classes.This fun and repetitive song will be a great addition to your activities. Here are some ideas to use along with this song: Activities •Find Colombia on a map. • Show a farm and the different animals. Introduce...

PLAY THE LOBO GAME IN SPANISH CLASS

PLAY THE LOBO GAME IN SPANISH CLASS

I have blogged about this traditional game in the past. This game is usually played without props, but to make it comprehensible I have created some to go along with the game. I am not the best illustrator, but I am happy to share this with you since some teachers...

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