Spanish activities for kids
- Large heart that says Be My Valentine in Spanish. Preschoolers will enjoy decorating this large Spanish Valentine. Use markers, glitter, glue, buttons, yarn...
- Heart with arrow Dot to Dot 1 to 37 Have your child say each number in Spanish.
- Make Valentines
tarjetas de San Valentínbut try to explain everything in Spanish. You might use the following vocabulary: cortar el papel, las tijeras, los corazones, las tarjetas, escribir palabras, dibujar con marcadores, dulces, chocolate
¡Te quiero! / ¡Te amo! - I love you!
Me haces feliz. - You make me happy.Te extraño. / Te echo de menos. - I miss you.
Other words:Un abrazo - a hug
Un beso - a kiss
- Make a contact Paper Valentine
- Clear contact paper
- Small pieces of paper, confetti, or tissue paper
- Cut 2 identically sized pieces of contact paper
- Place paper, confetti, or tissue paper in a container
- Decide what the final shape of the project will be and get a pattern if needed
- Peel the back off of 1 piece of the contact paper
During the activity make sure to narrate in Spanish using words like pegajosa, corazon, confeti, and the colors in Spanish.
- Place 1 piece of contact paper sticky side up in front of your toddler
- Allow toddler/ preschooler to stick paper, confetti, or tissue paper on the contact paper (without moving any of it!!)
- When he is finished, place the second piece of contact paper onto the first
- Trace (find a heart printable) or draw a heart shape onto the contact paper and cut it out
Spanish activities for high school and Spanish activities for middle school
Write ¡Feliz Día de San Valentín! on the board and have your students write down as many words as they can make out of those letters in 5 minutes. (This would be a good paired activity.) After the 5 minutes are up have each person/ pair write their words down on the board. If another student wrote down that word, he or she will raise their hand. The person/ pair with the most original words wins.
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