If you teach your Spanish classes with a textbook, I'm sure you have a chapter where you're supposed to cover demonstrative adjectives! It can be tricky at first to come up with communicative ways to ... Read More about Demonstrative Adjectives in Spanish
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Does your school have a Spanish club? Whether you want to start one, or students want to get one going, it's great to have different activities handy. Check out these ideas for Spanish club in your ... Read More about Ideas for Spanish Club
Gallery Walks are a great way to get your students up and moving, give them input, and can be wonderfully low-energy for the teacher. It is basically like having your students take a mini field trip ... Read More about How to Use Gallery Walks in Spanish Class
As the school year begins, one of the most important back to school preparations you can make is putting your sub binder together! A sub binder is your hub of important information, instructions, and ... Read More about What do you include in your sub binder?
If you're looking for activities that you can add to your lesson plans or your toolkit for when you're in a pinch, these low-prep reading activities are perfect! All your students need is a reading ... Read More about Low Prep Reading Activities
Check out these three activities for ways to incorporate reading and listening skills in your middle school and high school Spanish class! Individual, partner, and small group activities that you can ... Read More about Reading and Listening Activities for Spanish Class