If you know me, you know that ¡Corre en Círculos! is one of my all time favorite activities. I use it at least once a chapter, if not more! With the switch to distance learning this spring, I knew I needed to find a way to make it work with hybrid and virtual learning plans. Check out these options to see what will work best for your school’s plans this spring!
¡Corre en Círculos! for In Person
In person, but distanced, anyways! Señora Ott shared how she took her students outside and spread out the printed ¡Corre en Círculos! for her students to do like she normally would! Check out her post:
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Shoutout to @srta_spanish for the awesome scavenger hunt! We got outside and moved while figuring out the differences of imperfect vs preterit! #spanishteacher #spanishteachers #iteachspanish #spanishteacherproblems #spanishclass #spanish #spanishteacherlife #foreignlanguage #spanishott2bfun #teachergram #teachersofinstagram #spanishlanguage #teachmorespanish
Up, moving, and fresh air! Win, win, win!
You can also use the mini versions of the puzzles for individual student work, like I share in my ¡Corre en Círculos! variations post!
Digital ¡Corre en Círculos!
Earlier this summer I shared how I was updating all of my ¡Corre en Círculos! sets to include a digital component. Check out the video here to get an idea for how it works!
Share the digital version of the puzzle with your students in a secured LMS like Google Classroom and they drag and drop the pieces to rearrange.
Señora Babb shared this idea for using the digital version in teams on her Instagram story and I loved her idea and walkthrough so much I asked her to send me the video to share with you here! Check it out:
I love that she used it as a way for her students to work collaboratively, even at a distance!
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