Spanish Spring Activities
Winter is finally over and teachers are looking for ways to keep students engaged and learning until Spring Break! Here are five fresh activities for learning new vocabulary.
Spring Vocabulary Word Wall
Use word walls to build vocabulary, decorate the classroom and spark curiosity. Students are instantly drawn to the colorful images and new words. Post spring words on your bulletin board and give students a visual resource that beautifully introduces new vocabulary!
"delightful spring word wall"
Fun listening comprehension activity! The hard work has been done for you. Read simple clues to describe spring vocabulary words in Spanish.
"los cuatro periodos del año: el invierno, la primavera, el verano y el otoño" (la estación)
"una estación del año - comienza en marzo y termina en junio" (la primavera)
Vocabulary includes: arco iris, bota, cielo, cometa, estación, flor, hierba, lluvia, nube, primavera, sol, viento and MORE!
More bingo games
There are so many benefits for using word searches in class. They are a low-stress way to introduce or review vocabulary. They develop word recognition and improve spelling. And they're FUN! Students love them. They enjoy the thrill of the hunt. This word search raises the thinking level by having students first define the word, then find it.
"this is a great extension vocab activity!"
Use word searches as a warm up, for fast finishers, in stations, an after the test activity or no-prep sub plans.
It's always good to offer different activities for teaching the same content. Crossword puzzles are another low-stress way to exercise your brain and improve vocabulary & memory.
"perfect warm-up for after spring break."
Find all 4 of these activities in one Spring Bundle!
Spring Spanish Speaking Activity
Find Someone Who Activities are my favorite way to get students out of their seats and speaking Spanish. Students try to get as many signatures as possible by asking questions about their classmate's spring plans. Fun way to practice using ir + a + infinitive & the future tense.
More Seasonal Resources
Give students the input they need for talking about spring! Feliz primavera.