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It has been a wonderful week sharing summer camp activities along with Julie of Mundo de Pepita. As a last activity to end our sharing, I propose making an origami boat, but first I suggest you teach this repetitive traditional song called "El barquito chiquitico."...read more
Visit Mundo de Pepita's blog to read her exciting activity for summer camps in Spanish!A successful summer camp has a *play parachute! Parachute time is one of those activities where you can engage children of different ages to play together. I have also never met a...read more
Visit Mundo de Pepita's blog to read her exciting activity for summer camps in Spanish!This is a fun game that is played in many Latin American countries. It's simple, fun, and doesn't require much preparation. There are different versions of this game. I am sharing...read more
Visit Mundo de Pepita's blog!Second day of sharing! Yay! This activity is for second graders and up! For this activity you will need *inflatable beach balls and permanent markers. This will be a great introduction activity. Distribute the balls to each child. They...read more
Last year, Julie from Mundo de Pepita shared some ideas for summer camps. We decided to keep the tradition alive and here is my first sharing.Bubbles are always fun to add to your summer camp! It's a great opportunity to learn some opposite words such as sube, baja,...read more
En una de mis exploraciones por canciones en YouTube me encontré con esta joya. Es una canción divertida que enseña las partes del cuerpo a ritmo de Cumbia. Además de ser divertida, usa un ritmo tradicional, tiene mucha repetición, lo que hace que sea de uso fácil en...read more
This space has been created to save all those awesome conversations happening on Fun for Spanish Teacher's Facebook page.Xtine says:"Hi all! My district is moving more towards a centers based learning and I was wondering if you have any suggestions for centers for K-2...read more
A few months ago I shared an ice-breaker activity to help students warm up after returning from winter break. It turns out that this activity can also be used as one to close the school year. It's a great activity to get everyone moving, using the language, and...read more
En mayo les compartí una entrada con una manualidad para hacer una tarjeta para "El Día de la Madre", así pensé que sería un poco injusto no compartir algo para celebrar a los padres.Primero les comparto una cuantas canciones que me encontré en Youtube, así les ahorro...read more
Yoga is an awesome brain break and energizer tool. I use a few Yoga poses in my classes to get my students moving and they love it. My students learn about 10 names of Yoga poses in Spanish and we use them throughout the school year. I use them as a quick way to make...read more
Pronto será el Día de la Madre y en nuestra clases no hay mucho tiempo para crear algo muy elaborado. Por esta razón les comparto este imprimible que no tomará muy tiempo de tu clase y que puede ser usado con diferentes niveles, desde una simple palabra para describir...read more
What? The school year is almost over? How did that happen? That's the question I always have in my head as soon as May arrives. The end approaches quickly and with report writing, everything becomes hectic, and we can only wish for the end to be able to recharge...read more