In order to make learning numbers a bit more exciting I use these math problems for the kids to match up with the numbers written out in Spanish. I have also used them to play a game of Bingo / Lotería. Get them for free on Teachers Pay Teachers here!
In an effort to improve my own teaching and share my experiences with others, I am making a commitment today to update this blog more often! Recently our department has been having lots of discussions about creating and implementing more interpretive tasks into the classroom so I hope that I will be able to share more… Continue reading El Mapa
Rome is a city with a lot of history which makes the historical sites fascinating to visit but in my opinion it was also a very overwhelming city. I'm not sure if the high tourist season or the sweltering heat of the summer were to blame but the city felt a bit like a huge amusement park. I… Continue reading Roma
Florence is an amazing city and it continually surprised me around every corner. First it was the grandeur of the Duomo, next it was walking through the Uffizi and Accademia museums and then finally arriving at the Piazza Michelangelo at the perfect time to watch the sun set over this beautiful city. Of course my favorite part of Italy was… Continue reading Firenze
My summer travels through Europe have begun and I am loving every minute of it! The first country we hit was España and I must say it is quite a different experience being in Spain since I studied abroad in college. Madrid felt the same but Barcelona blew me away. Maybe it was the beautiful… Continue reading Barcelona, España
Had a splendid evening yesterday checking out Swami's State Beach and Peace Pies for dinner in the quaint town of Encinitas just north of San Diego. Swami's beach was beautiful with lots of surfers out and some nice packed sand that I started to dream about doing some early morning yoga on. Peace Pies blew… Continue reading Encinitas
One of the things I added to my teaching repertoire this year was the PASAPORTE. Although I cannot take all the credit for this idea (I do believe there was something similar posted on the Creative Language Classroom blog) I have adapted the idea in my own way and I absolutely love these! Looking for a fun… Continue reading Pasaportes