No lo digas (Taboo)

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Objective: find strategies to explain wordsRequired materials: cards and virtual board (see resources below)Preparation: none (once you print and cut the cards)Time: at least 30 minutesNumber of students: at least 4Resources: You can use this virtual board to keep score and time. Use this template to create your own set of cards or join Bablingua to download our more than … Read More

Resuelve el misterio

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Objective: practice yes/no questions (speaking) and learn some new wordsRequired materials: use (

Alta tensión

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Objective: introduce or review topicsRequired materials: smartboardPreparation: minimal (or none if you use the examples provided below)Time: at least 20 minutesNumber of students: anyResources: Spanish-speaking countries: PDF – Google slide St. Patrick’s Day: PDF – Google slide Cinco de Mayo: PDF | Google slide How to play: This game is an adaptation of the TV show Wipeout. In the Spanish … Read More

La palabra más larga

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Objective: meaningful time fillerRequired materials: pencil and paperPreparation: none / littleTime: anyNumber of students: any (playing individually or in groups)How to play: My mom and I loved playing this game at home while watching the TV show Cifras y letras. She beat me every time, in case you were wondering.The goal is to come up with the longest word using … Read More

El juego de la “A”

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Objective: meaningful time fillerRequired materials: pencil and paperPreparation: noneTime: anyNumber of students: any (playing individually or in groups)How to play: The first time you play, explain the instructions with an example: tell students you’re about to play a game, and decide whether you’d like them to play individually or in groups (I usually play in groups of about 4 students). … Read More