Passport Stamps

During the first week of school, our students put together their own passports. They filled out a Colombian Student Visa and glued that to the inside cover and then we used the blank passport pages to write our first unit’s objectives using I can statements. You can download our passport template here.Spanish Passport Template

At the end of the unit, the students will stamp the objectives that they have completed. To do so, I made these passport stamps for several of the Latin countries, including México, Perú, Costa Rica, Bolivia, and more. I also plan to use the facebook megustastampMe Gusta” stamp for objectives stating their likes.

Passport Stamps and Passport Booklet for Spanish ClassTo celebrate back to school, we are now offering our passport stamps for 15% off the rest of the week.
Ecuador Stamp Puerto Rico Stamp  USA Spanish StampMexico Stamp

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Spanish Educator, with focus on acquisition Educator Enthusiast I love learning about and sharing culture. Love traveling through central and south America. Music is a big part of my life and my teaching.
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2 Responses to Passport Stamps

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think this is a great idea and I would love to learn more about it. My goal next year for my Spanish 3 class is to have a year long culture project where they “travel” to the various countries to learn more about them and complete projects and presentations. I want this class to have a large focus on culture and unknowingly use the grammar and vocabulary they have been taught for two years. Using this passport as a base before they get on their plane sounds like a lot of fun!

  2. Anonymous says:

    What a great idea! I would love to be able to use this in my Spanish 3 class to have a cultural project where they travel to various countries in order to learn more about this history, culture, and traditions. My hope is they would use the grammar and vocabulary from the previous years without as much effort.

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