Once the activity began, the energy was so high and contagious that I ran to get my department head so she could see what was going on.It's one of those classes that makes all the struggles of being a teacher worthwhile.Depending on your class sizes & ability levels, this activity can last anywhere between 15-30 minutes (and even longer if you include extension activities). (It's worth noting that there are lesson plans available on Tp T for the game of Citas Rapidas, and while they can make this game run more smoothly, they aren't necessary for you to give it a try with your students.) Are you lucky enough to live in a part of the country (or world) where they sell Spanish Conversation hearts (Corazones Dulces)? I learned about this cute activity from Alison (Mis Clases Locas) when she posted a picture of it to her IG account last year: All you need are Spanish Conversation hearts and this free download from Spanish Playground! Don't have the budget to purchase Corazones Dulces for your students?Have your students create Corazones Dulces decorations for your classroom using construction paper and the words & phrases normally found on Corazones Dulces (or they can come up with some of their own in the TL! Danyell Farris, a teacher in Oklahoma, was kind enough to share this example photo with us.When I asked for feedback, they said that it was a great activity because they spoke Spanish to each other.
n in your Spanish classes but concerned you'll be losing precious time away from your curriculum to do it?
However, if you truly don't feel you have the time to devote an entire period to the holiday of love, consider choosing several activities as Brain Breaks, Class Starters, Wrap Up activities or Fast Finisher activities!
This is such a FUN way to get your students speaking in the Target Language! ) Have fun with these yummy treats and help your students learn some fun Spanish vocabulary too!
The preparation of this activity took me an hour and a half last night......guess what, I left half of the biscuits in my car, half a mile away from the school.
I had to run in my short break to get them and just arrived in time for my year 6 class.