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These words come in handy in every class! Use fun reminders and encourage children to use them in their daily interactions. Print the flash cards and laminate them for durability. Introduce them in a bag. Take each word out and read it aloud. Pretend to do magic...read more
Time goes fast! Many of you are already on day 100 of school or getting close. So I have created this to share with everyone. It's a 100 days crown that will help your students categorize words. Just see the picture below!I have included different templates for you...read more
It's important that as language teachers we always look for ways to connect with other subjects and explore more beyond our own subject matter. In many elementary classrooms across the United States, students are reading about Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy for...read more
Thank you for making 2017 a great year for Fun for Spanish Teachers! Starting a new year is an opportunity to hit the reset button and start again! I have so many goals for myself this year on both a personal and professional level. I'll continue working toward some...read more
The third day of sharing Christmas activities! This time I am sharing masks to use while singing some Santa and Rodolfo Christmas songs. If you missed my previous posts you can find them here:1. Christmas Fortune Teller2. Christmas PuzzleHere are a few of my favorite...read more
Before you read, if you missed my last freebie, make sure you click here to visit my post to download a fun Christmas puzzle.This time I am sharing a fortune teller origami, known as "comecocos" in Spanish. This activity is geared toward upper elementary and middle...read more
During these last weeks of December before winter break, I'm sharing some activities and ideas for you to use in your classes. This first activity is a simple puzzle with basic Christmas vocabulary. It is a great way to review colors. After coloring and cutting out...read more
If you have ever taught preschoolers you already know that they need to move a lot! Moving is part of their learning and growing, so why not use it as a tool to engage them? Here are five songs that are part of my Spanish & Movement program.La Pelota:I use a big...read more
It has been a long time since I've hosted a giveaway, but I couldn't exist this great opportunity to host one that allows me to share one of the traditions that I miss the most when I'm unable to be in Colombia for the holidays.Growing up in Colombia I remember all...read more
I consider myself lucky that I get to see my students for 5 days out of a seven-day cycle schedule. I see my Kindergarten students for 25 minutes per class session and my first graders for 40 minutes a class. I always start my class with a greeting song and since the...read more
A few months ago I shared a story I wrote using some yoga poses. Now I am sharing five easy poses to add to your repertoire that will be great to use just as a "brain break" in class. I don't really do a full yoga session in class, but these are great to get your...read more
El Día de los Muertos is celebrated in many countries around the world on November 1st and 2nd. This holiday is celebrated nationwide in Bolivia, mostly on November 2nd, and is known as "El Día de los Difuntos." They celebrate the return of the souls of their...read more