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!
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
I started using 'Real World Homework' with my students this term (another thanks to creativelanguageclassroom) and I wanted to find a way for the students to be able to see each others' artwork and also be recognized for effort that was put into some of their projects. So this week I planned a gallery walk for the… Continue reading Galería de Arte
Loved painting these terracotta pots to add some homemade decor to my classroom!
My department focuses a lot on the literacy of the Spanish language so I've been brainstorming ways to make writing more interesting for the students instead of just practicing simple sentences over and over. Two things I have tried to focus on is 1 - creating prompts with a real world context and 2 - making writing more than… Continue reading Tarjeta Postal
Wow, I cannot believe how busy I've been with the start of school! But I guess that's what happens at the beginning of school especially for a second year teacher...it has been a busy couple months but my second year has gotten off to a great start and I can't wait to share some of my… Continue reading El cominezo de la escuela