Confession: I probably spend too much time on Instagram. It’s definitely a time suck, but it’s also a great resource for new ideas! I got this idea from @mademoisellefallowfield and her post about a review game based on the fun What do you Meme? party game. She was kind enough to share her meme images to help… Read More Meme Game for World Language Classes
Sometimes, you just need a change. The very same students who zone out over a worksheet or notes will become engaged when you present the activity in a new way. Maze games are a great example of this! Maze games have students answer a series of questions, but they are also trying to find their… Read More 10 Ways to Use Maze Games in Spanish Class
I heard about GimKit in several places before (finally!) investigating, but Maris Hawkins was the true champion in introducing this website to me. In fact, here is her post on GimKit because she’s a lot more thorough than I intend to be. The Short & Sweet on GimKit! What? – GimKit is an online review… Read More GimKit – You HAVE to check it out!
Okay, admit it. Have you clicked down to street view in Google Maps, and then accidentally found yourself 20 minutes later strolling down the street where you once walked in a city you stopped in, trying to remember the name of that ice cream store? Or, strolling the paths you once walked on your semester… Read More GeoGuessr – Let’s Explore the World!
Do your students love Quizlet Live as much as mine do? We’re totally obsessed. I was getting a little worried my students would get sick of it, but then I discovered this post on Quizlet Live Variations and had to test them out with my middle and high school students. Quizlet Live Variations: I decided… Read More Quizlet Live Variations in Spanish Class
Looking for an engaging review activity, but don’t want a lot of prep time? This game is perfect for any class, and any grade level! All you need is a pencil, some dice, and a worksheet or set of questions! Click to see how to play!… Read More Low-Prep Review Game: ¡Mi Lápiz!