Spanish Weather and Calendar Vocabulary PICTURE Notes from Spanish the easy way! on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages)  - No more translation... let the students visualize the vocabulary! Make Spanish more enjoyable by using pictures to teach and reinforce the language.  This set of notes contains all of the basic weather vocabulary taught in level 1 Spanish as well as the m

Spanish Weather and Calendar Vocabulary PICTURE Notes from Spanish the easy way! on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages) - No more translation... let the students visualize the vocabulary! Make Spanish more enjoyable by using pictures to teach and reinforce the language. This set of notes contains all of the basic weather vocabulary taught in level 1 Spanish as well as the m

Great Teaching Ideas - I would put pictures/examples of the Nouns, Verbs, Adjective...on the containers.

Five for Friday: Frenzy, Freebie, Scoot in Homeschool, and More

Great Teaching Ideas - I would put pictures/examples of the Nouns, Verbs, Adjective...on the containers.

Outdoor Rhyming Game: begin with pictures and then transition to word families!!

Find & Rhyme - Gross Motor Rhyming Game

Songs to teach Spanish make learning easy and fun. Over 40 ideas using movement, pictures, objects, reading and writing with songs to teach kids Spanish.

Songs to Teach Spanish: 40 Ways to Sing and Learn

Songs to teach Spanish make learning easy and fun. Over 40 ideas using movement, pictures, objects, reading and writing with songs to teach kids Spanish.

Feelings in Spanish are important words for kids. This fun infographic has pictures and vocabulary to help children express 16 emotions in Spanish. http://www.spanishplayground.net/feelings-in-spanish-infographic/

Feelings in Spanish: Infographic

Feelings in Spanish are important words for kids. This fun infographic has pictures and vocabulary to help children express 16 emotions in Spanish. http://www.spanishplayground.net/feelings-in-spanish-infographic/

Fun for elementary Spanish. Even if it's not a required subject I think I would still try to incorporate it because kids learn faster and retain that information better than adults. Maybe have extra credit quizzes on it or something.

Fun for elementary Spanish. Even if it's not a required subject I think I would still try to incorporate it because kids learn faster and retain that information better than adults. Maybe have extra credit quizzes on it or something.

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