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Grammar Notes: Direct Object Pronouns in Spanish
These four-page guided notes are designed to explain the concept of Direct Object Pronouns to your students through contextualized examples. They include two pages of fill in the blank notes with contextualized examples and two pages that include a reading and targeted grammar activities to analyze the direct object pronouns that it contains.
Task Cards and INB Notes for Direct, Indirect and Double Object Pronouns in Spanish — Esteem Learning LLC
Task Cards and INB Notes for Direct, Indirect and Double Object Pronouns in Spanish - $4. This 3-hour less on direct, indirect, and double object pronouns includes clear and easy-to-follow notes for Interactive Notebooks, as well as 24 task cards for practice with clear explanations and answer keys.
Direct Object Pronoun Envelope Activity
This next activity gets students working together to practice forming sentences with indirect and direct object pronouns in Spanish. Before class, type out ten or so sentences in Spanish that use either an indirect or direct object pronoun. Cut out each word from all of the different sentences and keep a list of the original non cut version to work with.
Indirect / Direct Object Pronoun Practice Worksheet or Game
This is a worksheet that breaks down Indirect & Direct Object Pronouns for students in a way that is very simple to understand! Students break down the sentence into four parts: Subject, Indirect Object, Direct Object, Verb. Then, there is a place where they can change the IO to its indirect object pronoun & the DO to its direct object pronoun. They then rewrite the sentence after finding out and breaking down all of the information themselves! It's great as a worksheet, game or quiz!
Game to practice Direct and Indirect Object pronouns with food theme
Students will enjoy practicing indirect and direct object pronouns with this engaging game called ¡Qué lástima! Copy the game pieces on card stock and cut them. The pieces go in a cup. Each team gets a cup of questions and answer key. they must replace the direct and indirect object in the sentence with a pronoun and recite the sentence correctly.