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10 Cultural Games to Play in Spanish Class

I am always looking for ways to bring some culture to my Spanish class. One way to do it is through the use of traditional games. Below I am sharing links of some games that can be easily used in foreign language Spanish classes. Just click on the links to learn more...

Las Molas {Cultural Exploration}

Every year I do this project with my second grade classes, and they are amazed at how beautiful and well crafted Molas are. I like to pretend that we are taking a trip together to the border of Panamá and Colombia to visit the Kuna-Yalapeople so we can learn firsthand...

My Classroom: Make Over – Home Edition

I used to be a traveling teacher, visiting classrooms all over the school, carrying heavy bags with everything I needed for class. After a few years of traveling, my school decided that I needed a room to settle and put a stop my itinerant ways 🙂 I was so excited,...

Quetzal Art and Craft

Quetzals are found in the highlands of Guatemala and Mexico. For this activity, find a map where you can locate Guatemala and Mexico. You can also use Google Earth and find locations where this beautiful bird lives. What a great opportunity to review colors and...

Loose Calm and Sing in Spanish {Big Sale}

I can't believe summer is almost over! So many teachers have already started school. I still have a few weeks left to get my classroom and lessons ready and some time to host a big sale here at my blog!Since I am a school teacher myself, I know how limited our budgets...

An Idea For The First Day of School

I like approaching the first days of school in a very low key manner. We are all getting ready and adjusting to the new routine, and as some suggest, it may take up to 6 weeks for children to finally feel ready for your class. This is especially true as I am an...