Done early? Awesome! Here are some activities you can do that are not only fun–you’re also using a bit of Spanish!
On a separate sheet of paper, write down as many things as you can in Spanish from these pictures. Start each sentence with “Veo…” Feel free to look up words you don’t know (for example, if you see a “boat” and don’t know how to say that in Spanish, look it up). Label the lists according to the picture you’re describing.
MAKE A QUIZ
Create a quiz on the vocabulary or grammar we are working on. You will get extra credit points for making it, and whoever takes it will also get extra credit!
Pick a book of our classroom bookshelf to read and answer 3/5 of these questions.
- 5 new words you learned
- What the book was about
- 5 cognates you found
- Draw a picture to summarize the story and write a caption in Spanish
- Write an alternate ending in English
Let your sense of humor shine by writing out as many silly sentences as you can using current vocabulary and verbs.
WORD OF THE WEEK
What should the next word of the week be? Grab a dictionary and choose a word you think everyone else should know. Pick 3-5.
Clean up your desk area and/or the craft station. Ask Ms. Austin if there is any other things that need to be tidied up around the room.
CHECK YOUR ASSIGNMENTS
Have you done all the corrections you’re able to do? Are you missing any work? Are there any little mistakes in your packet? What about extra credit assignments in you packet?