Spanish Time Vocabulary Teacher Resources
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Build your Spanish learners' confidence in telling time with this learning exercise. Digital and analog clock illustrations are provided, and learners must match the correct time to each clock illustration.
Use this as an introduction to telling time in Spanish. Your beginning Spanish speakers match 10 digital and analog clocks with the Spanish time expression. Include some oral practice through call-and-response to reinforce the new vocabulary.
Have your learners recently been introduced to telling time in Spanish? This worksheet provides an extremely quick review of half-hour time increments. It features both digital and analog time clocks, which is great practice!
Students listen to and discuss the book, "Mermelada de Fresa," by Daniel Nesquens. They review and practice new Spanish words obtained from the book and answer questins to identify theses new words.
Students explore number sense by participating in a math recognition activity. For this number identification lesson, students practice pronouncing names of numbers and matching the number with an amount of objects. Students practice identifying times and numbers on the face of a clock.
Young scholars use simple Spanish vocabulary to express ideas found in the research lesson of North America. The differences in the cultures is explored. The lesson contains questions to guide the research or they can be used for small group interactions.
Learning prepositions can be tricky in any language, and English is no exception! Try out the activities described here to help your English language learners grasp the difference between in and on and through and by. After a game of vocabulary charades, class members review prepositions, practice them in a song, and apply this practice for a game of adapted Uno.
Start by playing a song about numbers. "Sing, Dance, Laugh, and Eat Quiche" is suggested. Then, start counting things around the room. Introduce yourself, and have kids start to introduce themselves when they catch on to the vocabulary. You can even write the vocabulary on the board to assist your shy or uncomfortable learners.
students take part in a variety of writing exercises about the most important pastime or activities in which they participate and the personal growth gained through this participation.
Second graders explore the Puerto Rican culture. For this cultural exploration lesson, 2nd graders discover the culture of Puerto Rico. Students read Puerto Rican folktales and make food. After reading the folktales, students summarize and answer comprehension questions.
Young scholars explore color, light, refraction and reflection. In this light instructional activity students measure solar position and compare it to time.
First graders discover the significance of a number's place value by interactively engaging patterns and two-digit place values. In this mathematics lesson plan, 1st graders complete a 10 by 10 grid to create a number puzzle.
Students read newspapers to find out how cultures have used money throughout time, graph information about money, determine the circumference of a circle, and do activities from web-sites about money.
Young scholars engage in a literature study in order to address the concept of exploring the culture of Puerto Rico. The lesson looks at the culture through the eyes of two children. This helps students to connect to the content of the lesson. Reading the literature helps to improve reading comprehension with the focus on specific details related to life in Puerto Rico.
Seventh graders create an illustrated book about an amazing vacation they have taken or imagined. They interpret a story using aural, visual, and contextual clues to retell the story through art. Students develop interpersonal skills by expressing their opinions and preferences of their peers' ideas.
Middle schoolers investigate human needs and how they have adapted to different environments. They complete an experiment to discover the effect of stress on muscles. They use the food pyramid to create a plan for healthy eating.
Students read the story Juan Bobo Sends the Pig to Mass and complete language arts activities connected to the story. For this language arts lesson plan, 1st graders complete activities including discussion, reading, writing, drawing, and role playing.
Students research, using the Internet, cultures of the world. They identify countries, their currency, holidays, climate and societal information. They look at the distance of international cities from their hometown.
Students explore where energy comes from and identify the different kinds of energy. In this energy lesson plan students search their classroom for energy connections and record the way that they use energy.