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Why I Love Using Spanish Task Cards + Freebies!

When I was recently asked to share the most essential resource for my Spanish classes, it took me about .5 seconds to decide what to write about- Spanish task cardsTask cards are HANDS-DOWN my favorite resource. They get students out of their seats, promote collaboration, are super easy to use, provide a well-rounded review, and can be used in a ton of different ways! Essentially, they are small cards with tasks for students to complete on them. It might be a verb to conjugate, an open-ended question to answer, finding an error in a sentence and rewriting the sentence correctly, filling in the blank with the correct form of a provided verb, or something else.

Spanish task cards can be over any topic you choose. It could be a grammar point like telling time in Spanish, a verb tense like the preterite or present progressive, verbs groups like reflexive verbs or stem-changers, or vocabulary like body parts. Whatever you want your students to review!
They can be used for a variety of activities, the best ones provide a well-rounded review of a topic, they promote collaboration and conversation, and students say they really help their understanding! They are as easy to use as just printing and cutting.
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I have always thought a good engaging lesson plan was the best classroom management tool a teacher could have and task cards make a great addition to any lesson plan! Speaking of plans, they make a great sub plan, too!

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BLOG POSTS

If you haven’t used task cards before and are looking for ideas, here are two blog posts I wrote about using task cards in Spanish class!

FREEBIES

Ready to try task cards in class? Here are three FREE task cards sets! Each includes 12 cards, a student response sheet, an answer key, and links to the above blog posts for easy access to ideas.

Want even more freebies? Check out this blog post!

If you end up using my task cards in your classroom, I would love to hear about it! Please tag me on IG (@laprofeplotts) or let me know on Facebook! My students and I love task cards and hope you and your students do, too!
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