Games to Teach Colors in Spanish. Students learning to speak Spanish must not only learn verbs and tenses, but they must also pick up simpler concepts, such as colors.
Games to Teach Colors in Spanish. The game tests the students' memories while teaching them Spanish color words. You will need a whiteboard, a black dry erase marker, 2.
On one side of the board, write 1. On the other side, write the corresponding Spanish colors (roja, azul, verde, anaranjado, morado/purpureo, marron/pardo, negro, blanco, gris, rosado, amarillo). Cover up both sets of words with sheets of white paper. To play the game, have students come to the board one at a time and uncover an English word, then try to find the corresponding Spanish color.
Games to Teach Numbers in Spanish. The cards in a poker or Uno deck can help students learn the numbers one through 1. A game of Uno, in which students are required to state in Spanish the cards they play, can also be used to teach basic colors. As students play a card, have them state the color and number on its face. For instance, if the student plays a blue two, he would need to say, "dos azul" as he lays it down.
Games to Teach Numbers in Spanish. Speaking multiple languages allows students to communicate with people of other cultures. Given that Spanish is the second most.
Whether students use Spanish words for "reverse," "draw," "skip" and "wild" is up to the discretion of the teacher.
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