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A great game to get your students talking about the rooms in a house. Similar to battleship in that they have to guess where their opponents pieces are located. #Spanish
Students have to arrange rooms according to directional clues. Print the floorplan on different colored cardstock and laminate them so that they are easier to work with. This activity is a bit challenging, but all of my students stayed on task and worked well collaboratively to solve it. Afterwards, students can change up the layout and write new clues as a follow-up activity.
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Spanish Interactive Notebook: House Vocabulary. Practice la casa vocabulary with this hands-on resource.
This foldable can be used to help students practice common items found in the home, rooms of the home, or household chores. The foldable features a house with six rooms, each of which can be opened. This foldable works well as part of an interactive notebook or as a stand alone practice activity.This product includes:-Instructions on assembling the foldable-Teaching Ideas-House foldable (front & back)For more foldables, check out my Interactive Notebook Foldables - Beginner SetBe the f...