Spanish speaking countries activities

Discover fun and educational activities that will immerse you in the culture and language of Spanish speaking countries. Get inspired to learn and explore with these exciting ideas.
Pique your students' interest in the Spanish language culture, and travel with geography warm-ups for 22 Spanish-speaking countries. Students will learn the names, capitals, locations, and nationalities of Spanish-speaking countries, the structure "de", and build cultural competency. Includes Google presentation slides with maps of each region, printable and digital student notes, links to video clips, comprehensible writing and discussion prompts, review games, and Answer Keys. Read more now! Spanish Verb Ser, Spanish Grammar, Spanish Words, Spanish Class, Teaching Spanish, How To Speak Spanish, Learn Spanish, Spanish Language, All Verbs

Pique your students' interest in the Spanish language culture, and travel with geography warm-ups for 22 Spanish-speaking countries. Students will learn the names, capitals, locations, and nationalities of Spanish-speaking countries, the structure "de", and build cultural competency. Includes Google presentation slides with maps of each region, printable and digital student notes, links to video clips, comprehensible writing and discussion prompts, review games, and Answer Keys. Read more…

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Dana Bautch
These Hispanic culture sheets are perfect for so many high school Spanish activities, not just Hispanic Heritage Month! Click for fresh ideas to use them in your high school Spanish class activities and to get your own copy of them. Hispanic Heritage Month Lessons, Spanish Heritage Month Activities, Middle School Spanish Activities, Spanish Classroom Activities, Spanish Teaching Resources, High School Spanish, Spanish Teacher, Class Activities, Spanish Club Ideas

These Hispanic culture sheets are perfect for so many high school Spanish activities, not just Hispanic Heritage Month! Click for fresh ideas to use them in your high school Spanish class activities and to get your own copy of them.

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Dani Matej
Spanish Speaking Countries of the World LESSONS made easy! Maps, lists, printables, quizzes, puzzles, RESOURCES! - The Stress Free Spanish Teacher Spanish Classroom, Spanish Teacher, Teaching Spanish, Managua, Capital Words, Puzzles, Spanish Worksheets, High School Spanish, Spanish Speaking Countries

When do YOU teach theSpanish-speaking countries of the world (and capitals, of course!)? I have ALWAYS taught Spanish Countries and Caps at the beginning of the school year. I think it’s good for our students to have a basic knowledge of where the Spanish-speaking countries ARE as they begin their Spanish study. Logical enough. Ever […]

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Isabel Hedger
Free printable Spanish-Speaking Countries and Capitals Game Cards. Perfect for Hispanic Heritage Month, or just when you want to review geography. Spanish Teaching Resources, Spanish Activities, Spanish Language Learning, Language Teaching, Listening Activities, Work Activities, Learning English, Spanish Lesson Plans, Spanish Lessons

Inside: Free printable cards for learning the countries and capitals of Spanish-speaking countries. Hispanic Heritage Month is just around the corner, so it’s a perfect time to brush up on some geography and culture! UPDATE: These cards were one of the earliest printables I created as a blogger and boy-- they were very out of date

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Julie Tabares Salgado _ Staff - SERaleighHS
Island Teacher: Getting Creative with Spanish Speaking Countries and Capitals Spanish Teaching Resources, Spanish Activities, Listening Activities, Spanish Games, Spanish Worksheets, Spelling Activities, Alphabet Worksheets, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Language

I often find that for whatever reason I tend to breeze through the topic of Spanish speaking countries and capitals. This year I pre-tested student knowledge of the topic by giving them a blank map and asking them to write in as many Spanish speaking countries, along with the capital, in the correct location on the map. Let's just say that the results were LESS. THAN. STELLAR. I find that when students are asked where in the world Spanish is spoken I get the standard responses of "Spain!" or…

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M Carr