If you’re looking for great spring activities for Spanish class – you’ve come to the right place! This post is going to show some great spring bulletin board ideas, plus practice activities that you can do with your middle and high school Spanish students.
Here are some great ways to bring sunshine and bright colors into your classroom with some fun springtime activities!
Spring Bulletin Board for Spanish Class
This bulletin board is my favorite for this time of year! It’s cheery, full of bright colors, and easy to just print off and hang! It’s a great reminder that a little adversity helps us grow.
It includes easy cut letters so if the cursive isn’t your thing, you can use those instead! I also included black & white flowers so your students could color the flowers to decorate the board! Click here to download it!
Sharing Spring Break Plans
Heading on Spring Break soon? Coming back from Spring Break? This is just what you need! Students write and share about their plans for break, or what they did while they were gone!
I love that I can use this for every level of Spanish I teach because it includes so many options! I’ve also put multiple options out to let my students choose from and I love that they self-differentiate. It’s basically a souped up weekend chat that’s perfect for before and after break!
Spring Conjugation Practices
This craft is perfect for springtime! Students write an infinitive on the cloud, then conjugate the verb on the rain drops! Students cut them out, then attach the rain drops to the cloud. You can give students ribbon, construction paper, yarn – whatever you want! In the example above, I accordion folded the construction paper to give it a little more movement. Your students can add their own creativity too!
You can let your students choose from any verbs you’ve studied this year, or you can give them a list to choose from! There are also versions of the rain drops with or without vosotros in case your curriculum doesn’t include it.
Spring Activities for Spanish Class
Those are some of my favorite ways to bring Spring into my Spanish classroom! They’re fun and really brighten up my room. What do you do to bring Spring into your classroom? Comment below!