I know that October is gone but life got a bit crazy and I am only now able to write this one up…so, please forgive me for it being a little late!
Today’s post is a continuation of the feature I did last month on resources in a language other than English.
As always click on the image of the resource to be taken directly to the store where you can login to get these resources.
guest is Alicia of The Elementary Professor. Alicia has a range of resources available in her store and is beginning to build her LOTE resources in the Spanish language. Read on to read more!
Tipos de Animales / Types of animals
This is a set of title cards and animal picture cards (with animal names on them) for practicing animal classification. This would suit both US and Australian curriculum needs for foreign language learning.
There are title cards for: insects, mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, amphibians, and invertebrates.
The title cards can be used for bulletin board labeling, pocket chart sorting/classifying, or center work.
There are also 42 animal cards that can be used for the same ideas, and
one blank card so you can have a template to add any extra animal cards
you want to create.
Alicia has also included a simple “cheat sheet” to show which animal
belongs in each category and a basic description of each category
qualifiers for your reference.
She recommends laminating the title cards and animal cards for durability – and when you constantly use a resource this is the only way to go!
This handy resource is just $2.00 (USD) and you can tell from the reviews she’s received that is one to have in your classroom.
Spanish Pumpkin Writing
Just in time for Thanksgiving for those in the US and perfect for us Southern Hemisphere teachers who are heading into spring sis this pumpkin themed writing activity. This one is easily adapted to suit the ability level in your classroom as you can have your students write as in as much (or little) detail as their learning allows.
The resource includes one page with writing stems (puede, tiene, es) and one
page of pumpkin stationery. Use the writing stems page for individual
or group brainstorming.
This invaluable resource is FREE.
Please remember to leave feedback once you have had a chance to
use the resource in your classroom – it’s a nice way to say thank you.
Alicia is also on Facebook so why not head over and say: ¡Hola! (or even just a Hello)
A big thank you to Alicia for allowing me to showcase these resources with you.
Remember, if you are struggling to locate resource in a language other than English – don’t hesitate to leave a comment in my Q&A or send me an email.