Spanish Plans Top 10 6-10

It has been awhile since an update. International travel and lack of internet are my main excuses. In the meanwhile I wanted to highlight some of our top blog posts as determined by page visits. We’ve taken our top ten posts EVER and today present posts 6-10. Stay tuned for posts 5 through 1!

Dia de los Muertos Lesson10. Looking for resources to use to celebrate Day of the Dead? Check out this post with links to a video, and an article in Spanish to use in your class as the perfect lesson.

iPads in Spanish class9. If you’re lucky enough to have access to a class-set of iPads and are looking for Spanish apps or ways to incorporate productivity apps through projects, then this page is a must visit!

Classroom Flags

8. We know Spanish teachers love to decorate their classrooms and what is more culturally authentic than the national flags of Spanish speaking countries? With this post, we show you an easy and effective way to hang up those flags so they stay up all year long!

7. Past Tense Spanish LessonPreterit or Preterite? Either way, it is essential verb form for communication as we talk about what has happened. This page has some some resources to use for these lessons.

La Ropa Spanish Lesson6. What’s the difference between a teen magazine and a Spanish textbook? One has images and fashion that they students want to look at and the other makes for a good paper weight. Describe celebrities fashion and let students talk about clothes in real context.

Stay tuned for the top 5 posts coming soon!

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 www.SpanishPlans.org
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