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Pre K, Spanish Lessons For Kids, Spanish Language Learning, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Lessons, Learning Spanish For Kids, Spanish Activities, Learning Spanish, Spanish Basics

Inside: Tips and resources to learn Spanish with kids, at home. “Oh, I would love for my children to learn Spanish. Your kids are so lucky!” I hear this one often.Really, ask anyone if they’d like their young children to speak a second language and the answer will be YES. Of course we would! But

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Beatrice Ivan
Taco Tuesday is one of my FAVORITE games to play each year! This competitive activity is designed with middle and high school Spanish students in mind, but I have seen it played at lower levels as well! This tutorial post will talk you through game prep, gameplay, and various differentiation ideas to try with all of your language learners. Editable templates are available, as well as pre-made game sets. Digital options are ready now too! Click through to learn more! High School, Spanish Games, Spanish Class, Spanish Activities, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Teacher, Spanish Students, Spanish Lesson Plans, Spanish Classroom

Taco Tuesday is one of my FAVORITE games to play each year! This competitive activity is designed with middle and high school Spanish students in mind, but I have seen it played at lower levels as well! This tutorial post will talk you through game prep, gameplay, and various differentiation ideas to try with all of your language learners. Editable templates are available, as well as pre-made game sets. Digital options are ready now too! Click through to learn more!

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sabina alvarez
Spanish Question Game: El Repollo - Spanish Playground Pre K, Spanish Games, Spanish Questions, Spanish Lesson Plans, Spanish Language Learning, Teaching Spanish, High School Spanish, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Activities

When I am working in Latin America, I keep my eyes open for authentic games I can use in my classroom. A group of students in Nicaragua recently introduced me to a Spanish question game called El Repollo. Be sure to check our complete collection of traditional Spanish games

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Allison Williams