This document can be used as a Power Point Presentation to introduce or review Adjectives in Spanish and also as pictures that you can post around your room for students to remember the skill, write about the adjectives and learn to differentiate from their different definitions.
I have also included a task card game where the students can identify the underlined adjective and choose the correct answer. It’s a way for them to review and at the same time “play” with their classmates to see who can figure out the most. I know that my students loved to play with these cards and keep track of their victories. They usually wanted to get back to the game to see if they could keep their victories some and others to see if they can be the winner of the day.
I have also written some sentences for practice, so that the students can also write about adjectives. I think it’s a great way to stay focus and as they say “if they write they’ll remember”, I’m thinking the same here with the adjectives. The more they practice, the more they will remember.
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