1.) Get someone to test you on places in a city and answer these questions using the word in Spanish.
Where can you get money out? Answer: At the 'banco'.
Where can you go to play football or on a slide outdoors?
Where can you go to watch a film on a big screen?
Where can you go to look at artwork?
Where can you buy everyday essential items?
2.) Have fun reviewing the key vocabulary! Here are some games you can play with one or more family members. First, you will need to go over the key words with them.
Play pictionary. Draw a picture of a specific place and see if they can guess what it is called in Spanish.
Create a board game drawing a different place (i.e: bank, museum, park, etc.) in each box.
Play hangman. Make sure you check the spelling of the words carefully first.
La ciudad - Multiple choice
Choose the correct place in Spanish.
a. supermercado a. parque a. teatro
b. museo b. teatro b. cine
c. playa c. supermercado c. estación
How do you know your answer is right? Are there any clues?
2.) Create your own 'Snap' cards with the places in a city in Spanish you know. Ask someone in you house to play the game with you.
Here are the rules. Remember to say the word in Spanish.
Spanish - La ciudad
1.) Look at the poster above and practise reading the places in Spanish.
Here is a grid to help you remember how to pronounce the different sounds:
2.) Teach someone at home the Spanish places in a city. Can you remember why we use 'un/una'? If not, look it up!
3.) Complete the missing letters and write the translation into English.
1) Recap the feelings you know in Spanish. Translate these feelings:
Look up any you aren't sure about.
2.) Match the picture to the correct feeling in Spanish. You could copy this out if you like!
3.) Next, practise writing in Spanish using 'Estoy..' (I am..) and translate these sentences:
I am sick = .................
I am tired = ................
I am angry = ..............
I am happy = .............
I am well = ..................
1.) Get a timer or look at the clock. See how many feelings in Spanish you can say in 1 minute!
2.) Now, can you write these down? Which spellings were confusing and which were easy? Why?
1.) Practise naming the feelings in Spanish by listening to these songs:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFIJN5mkRG4&t=12s (Stop at 1:10)
2.) Look at this poster. Practise reading and saying the new feelings.
Tip: remember that in Spanish, double 'll' makes a 'y' sound!
3.) Choose at least 3 feelings and write a sentence about what makes you feel that way. Try to justify your answer.
For example: Drawing whilst listening to music makes me feel contenta because it is therapeutic.
4.) Fill in the missing letters and match the correct feeling to each person.
5.) Play hangman with a friend of family member to practise using Spanish feelings. Most of all..
Spanish feelings - Las emociones
Complete each of these activities!
1.) Practise reading feelings in Spanish and then describe them to a partner.
Estoy = I am
happy = feliz / contento/a
sad = triste
angry = enojado/a
tired = cansado/a
bien = well/good
mal = not well/ bad
asi asi = so so
Can you remember when/why we use ‘a’ or ‘o’ at the end of a feeling?
2.) Create a poster with each of the feelings and a face to match. Make it colourful if you can!
3.) Fill in the missing feeling in Spanish:
- When I play my favourite game I feel ……….
- Someone was unkind to me today and it made me ………………..
- We went for a long walk and were very …….. afterwards!
- The boy drank some out of date milk and felt ………..
4.) Play this interactive game:
5.) Look at the pictures below and write a sentence for each one (i.e. Estoy ... )
You will need to look up the words 'surprised' and 'scared' in Spanish.
1. Without looking at last week's work (if possible), can you remember these colours in Spanish?
2. Complete a colour hunt in your house/ garden. You could even do it when you next go out with your family on a walk! See if you can spot an item of each colour and write down its name next to each colour.
3. Fill in the gaps in these sentences using the correct colour in Spanish:
Plums are small and …..
Coconuts are hairy and ….. inside.
Seagulls are …
My favourite food is … and it is …..
Donkeys are …..
4. Create a board game with numbers and colours on it. Here is a template to help you:
Play this game with a family member and teach them some Spanish!
5. Play this interactive game to test your skills:
Can you remember any of the colours in Spanish?
Here are some songs to help!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiNFXntWOJw (Colores y números)
Have a look at the picture. What do you notice? That's right! Some of the colours have a few different names! Purple can be 'púrpura' or 'violeta'. Orange can be 'anaranjado' or 'naranja'.
Have fun completing these activities:
1.) Play these interactive games:
2.) Complete this word search:
4.) Write down 5 sentences about things in your house using Spanish colours.
My bedroom wall is blanco.
Try some of these activities and have fun!
1.) Listen to this song to review your numbers:
Play a memory game with a pack of cards but challenge yourself and try saying the numbers in Spanish!
2.) Complete this matching activity:
3.) Make a poster using your Spanish numbers from 10-20.
4.) Finally, test yourself!
Ask someone in your family to say a number in English and tell them the number in Spanish as fast as you can!
How many can you get right and which ones do you need to practise?
Play this game to review your numbers up to 20.
Here are even more games for you to play!
Can you say/write the correct number for each question?
See if you can find the hidden numbers?
Spanish - Reviewing numbers. Can you remember how to count in Spanish?
Here are the numbers so you can practise!
Here are three games you can play to practise your numbers. Enjoy!