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Decorate your Spanish 1 or 2 classroom with this bulletin board word wall set for time! It includes all times every 5 minutes. Students can use it as a reference and there is no English!
Let Spanish 1 or 2 students demonstrate their understanding of Spanish reflexive verbs with this editable project! Students have to describe their and their family members' daily routines and include pictures.
Decorate your classroom with these Spanish prepositions of location word wall and bulletin board strips! Students can easily reference the vocabulary and there is no English - just pictures of what the phrases mean. Ideal for Spanish 1 or 2.
A lesson for Spanish 1 (or 2 as a review) that teaches accessories vocab with clothing. Includes listening, speaking, and writing activities.
Introduce Spanish adjectives with this lesson! It teaches 10 adjectives in singular forms only. Includes a lesson plan, bellwork, listening, speaking, and writing activities, and an exit ticket.
A lesson on Spanish clothing items with numbers, caro, and barato. For Spanish 1 or 2.
Posters you can put up on a bulletin board so students can refer to them for key phrases and stay in Spanish!
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