Well, this is actually a graphic that can help students practice the verb “gustar” in first person orally. They would be saying what a creature named Urix likes and dislikes:
And this is the worksheet: after practicing orally they can draw their own creature and draw its tastes in food. Then they can share it with other students or the class:
My third graders really loved creating their own creature…
This is a two page worksheet that is a lot of fun! You can buy it HERE. ¡Muchas Gracias! … for your support.
Worksheet 3 (For third grade, second grade with more help…)
This is a really fun activity. You know how students are always asking each other what they like to eat at lunch time? Well, this is a spin off from that… this is a class food survey! You can do with your class that will allow students to ask their classmates about their food tastes in Spanish. For example a students asks… ¿A quién le gusta comer…? Then, they write the amount of students that liked it and didn’t like it in the especially designed yes/no boxes. As an extension there is another worksheet where students complete sentences about their results and you can have them even practice writing numbers as a bonus!
You can purchase the food survey packet HERE.