Free Spanish activities and service-learning projects, for Spanish teachers, Spanish Classes and Spanish Clubs.

Free Spanish activities and service-learning projects, for Spanish teachers, Spanish Classes and Spanish Clubs.

Kids speak Spanish as they play games and do crafts. These five activities are low-prep, and teach basic vocabulary to beginning Spanish learners.

Kids Speak Spanish: The Friday Five

Kids speak Spanish as they play games and do crafts. These five activities are low-prep, and teach basic vocabulary to beginning Spanish learners.

Yes, 100 of them - all different!  Add some crafts to your lesson plans, amigos.  --AnneK at Confesiones y Realidades

Yes, 100 of them - all different! Add some crafts to your lesson plans, amigos. --AnneK at Confesiones y Realidades

Fun interactive activity involving a bit of cutting then folding origami style - leading to children asking and answering questions and learning some common greetings. Based on the popular fortune-teller children's game. Spanish,. Spanish Greetings. Ideal lesson starter, brain-break, homework .....Key Facts Publications KFPThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Spanish Greetings Cootie Catchers

Fun interactive activity involving a bit of cutting then folding origami style - leading to children asking and answering questions and learning some common greetings. Based on the popular fortune-teller children's game. Spanish,. Spanish Greetings. Ideal lesson starter, brain-break, homework .....Key Facts Publications KFPThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Conversation Jenga! Write questions on the blocks and have students answer as they play. Get your students speaking Spanish (or French, or German, or whatever language you teach!) and make conversation practice their favorite part of class.

Conversation Jenga

Conversation Jenga! Write questions on the blocks and have students answer as they play. Get your students speaking Spanish (or French, or German, or whatever language you teach!) and make conversation practice their favorite part of class.

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