Spanish prepositions

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Learning Spanish prepositions using classroom objects

We learned the names for common classroom objects in our last Spanish lesson. Many of these objects can easily be found just by looking for them every day in your classroom or homeschool class. Today, we will learn how to use these classroom objects to learn about Spanish prepositions.

If you didn’t get a chance to print out the Spanish Classroom object worksheet, I hope you can have one handy for the next activity we will be doing. You will also need the following:

Supplies:

  • Color pencils
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Writing worksheet

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Spanish classroom objects

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Spanish lesson: Learning Spanish classroom objects

In this Spanish lesson series, you will learn the basic terms for common classroom objects. When you look around the classroom, there are ordinary items that you might see everyday. So, let’s find out how we can name these classroom objects around your classroom – whether it be a homeschool room or a school classroom.

Getting around the classroom is an easy task. Although you know the basic terms, let’s see if you can start to name them in Spanish. At a later lesson, we will learn how to use these basic Spanish classroom vocabulary terms in sentence structure and reading.

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Counting Spanish numbers as a learning activity

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counting Spanish numbers

Counting Spanish numbers can be easy when a fun game of collecting counting coins can be used. Children love to play games.

In this fun game of counting, children will collect different sets of coins to help the leprechaun fill his pot of gold. Once the leprechaun has all the four sets of coins, children can earn rewards or stickers.

The best part of the counting Spanish numbers game is children play while learning counting, Spanish terms, and sets of multiples. Why is this important?

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