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Realidades 1 Beginning Chapter Para Empezar | World Languages A La Carte

Para empezar (An Introduction to Spanish) Vocabulary Covered: Greetings, Names and Introductions, Health, Farewells Numbers, Telling Time Body parts, classroom objects Days, Months, Dates Seasons a…

Basic Spanish Verbs - Great for assessing students at the beginning of level 2.

My son is learning Spanish and received this list of verbs from his teacher. I reformatted it so that it would all fit on one page and we're putting it up on the fridge so we can study it every day. I doubt he'll be able to roll his R's or pronounce the words correctly for quite a while, but at least he'll be able to memorize them and try, right? I apologize to all fluent Spanish speakers who may hear him butcher the language while he learns. :)

High-frequency verbs in Spanish-- these are the most important verbs to know first. You can grab these as a printable to keep around the house as your family learns Spanish together! #learnspanish #speakspanish #spanishathome #bilingualkids #spanishprintable #spanishposter #spanish #spanishverbs

Inside: Common Spanish verbs every Spanish learner needs to know, and a guide for parents teaching Spanish. The Spanish language has a lot of words. It’s impossible to calculate exactly how many, but the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española (DRAE) contains about 93,000. Don’t worry, though! There’s good news for Spanish learners: only a tiny percentage

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After a few months of unexpected distance teaching for all of us, you might be looking for more ways to take your instruction digital. BOOM cards are an amazing tool to use, whether you're simply trying to incorporate more classroom technology or whether you're doing online teaching. These cards are designed for secondary Spanish classes, and they help middle school and high school students practice Spanish vocab terms for emotions in digital task cards. Click through to buy these BOOM cards!
As the AP Spanish Exam approaches, one effective way that has helped my students prepare is by truly understanding the parts of the exam and how to study and do well on each section. In this resource you will find 3 versions of a quiz about the exam. Ex: What is each section worth? What are the strategies you can use to do well on each section? How much time do you have to complete each section? What are the specific requirements? Choose the quiz format that works best for your students!
Looking for a fun and interactive way to review emotions? These SPANISH decks are perfect for your students. Four different activities included in each deck: 1. Students will read a sentence and select the correct emotion. 2. Students will choose and drag all the images that portray the emotion. 3. Students will also drag an emotion word to complete a sentence. 4. Students will select True/False for a sentence/emotion. AUDIO IS INCLUDED in every single card!
Elementary Spanish students will be able to practice the different colors in Spanish along with the structure "me gusta." Songs are a great way to increase input of the target language for your students. The video will also help students practice the question/answer process in Spanish.

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