Graphics and Backgrounds to teach Spanish Remotely.

This will be a sort of gallery of the graphics and images I use for teaching Spanish content. Feel free to use them as you like! (Except commercially of course!). As I started to use my vocabulary lists and graphics I realized quickly that the images were to complex and cluttered for teaching online. So as I have been teaching I have been breaking down these graphics and vocabulary sheets into more easy readable, processing units. I have so many, but what I lack is the time to organize them and post them here. And I’m so “screen” tired, the last thing I want to do is spend more time in front of one! If you could see me literally sprint out of my house when I’m done teaching remotely you would laugh, I’m like a dog waiting for its owner to take me out, like a race horse waiting to for the race to start… Off I go!!! But little by little I will do it. So please be patient and check here often.

I will place first the photo of it in png format and then their PDF. As it starts to get long to scroll down, I will re-organize them.

May 12, 2021

With this image I practice clothing items and their colors and where they go. I will point to a hanger and ask “¿Cuál es el sueter? Numero 2 o 6?” And the kids will say “número 6!” I will add “El sueter verde es el número 6.” to reinforce the sentence once more.

Another possibility is you can ask ¿Quién tiene un sueter verde en el armario? and add names under each hanger.

April 19, 2021

This past month I learned something invaluable! How to create my own worksheets! Using Google Slides opens up possibilities for really fun worksheets and games for your students! For example, would you like your students to create a supermarket flier where they can practice food items, drag images from the internet into it and even write prices? Go HERE! to start, it’s easy!

February 23, 2021

This graphic is for explaining and practicing the present continuous. It has 7 phrases students can practice after explaining the concept.

January 28, 2021

This graphic helps you practice the plural of classroom objects. It has a short explanation of the use of “the” and the rules of plural. If you paste it to a Google Doc, you can practice the words on the right with your students.

January 22, 2021

January 21, 2021

January 19, 2022

I also made a worksheet where students can draw their own creature and then discuss what it likes with another student ore present it: