Spanish Conversation Speaking Cards

With winter break approaching, many teachers may be looking for some ideas and lessons to use the last few days before break. Well, you’ve found it. This lesson is ready to print and implement right away. Can be used for a whole lesson or as part of a lesson. Includes instructions on different ways to use it in your Spanish classroom.

Great activity for practicing speaking in level 1 class with the topics they are currently studying or in Spanish 2 for a quick and easy review of topics they already know and may now be able to expand on their answers.

8 different topics with at least 18 questions for each topic. Over 16o questions in total!

Cards to be printed measure 2.75 x 3.8 inches. Divided into 8 topics covered in Spanish I and maybe into Spanish II. Makes a great way to practice in Spanish 1 and works as a great review for Spanish 2.

Topics include:
Pages 1 – 3: Introductions,Days /Presentaciones,Días
Pages 4 – 6: Descriptions / Descripciones
Pages 7 – 9: Activities / Actividades
Pages 10 – 13: School / Escuela
Pages 14 – 16: House / Casa
Pages 17 – 22: Food / Comida
Pages 23 – 25: Routines / Rutinas
Pages 26 – 28 Health / Salud

Fits your Speaking or Communication Standard for learning Spanish.
1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.

Check out our new Spanish 2 conversation cards. Over 28 pages with 168 questions, available here:

Speaking Spanish
Oral Communicative Spanish activity
Spanish lesson plan
Spanish oral questions

About spanishplans

Spanish Teacher in Chicago. Have studied or traveled to Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina, and Uruguay. Have taught level 1 at middle and high school levels. Degree in Spanish and Master's in Teaching and Leadership. Blogger
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