There actually IS an egg connection for Easter and the Spanish-speaking world (Mexico, Spain, SW US).  We’ve been learning about Lent and the Passion in Ixtapalapa etc., but there is some common ground with eggs which are a big part of our community’s culture during Easter.

Cascarones por Carmen Lomas Gomez

Here are some links for making your own cascarones at home!;

Vocabulary from the city and directions chapter

3A vocab practice activities (2 here)

3B vocab practice activities (2 here)

3A word puzzle with clues

3B word puzzle with clues

Spanish I Computer Lab 3/17-18

For each ppt or game, write down something you learned, conjugations of verbs and/or how you did (if a game).

Places ppt

The verb “ir”


Relating places to activities (ppt)

Going places ppts


Going to do activities with “ir + a + infinitive”

Let’s play a game with that sentence type:

Invitations and answers ppt

Jugar ppt

Sports matching game

Sports word web

Jeopardy (animals, sports, colors, months, numbers)

Preterito practice for today’s quiz!

Powerpoints for some irregulars

Irregular preterit practice from your textbook

*How did you guys do on these two activities?  (If you didn’t do well, try again since these are for your quiz today.)

If you have time, continue with the rest of these activities…

Preterit at a glance: review verbs and endings

Basic quizzes for regular verbs–ar-verbs—Preterit_1_MC-4.html–er-verbs—Preterit_1_MC-4.html–ir-verbs—Preterit_1_MC-4.html

*(Record how many you miss for each of these little quizzes.)

Regular conjugation practice,6,9,11,18,24,53,42,46,50

Irregular verb conjugation practice,20,23,25,26,34,35,40,41,47

*(Record how many you miss for each of these activities.)

Spanish II computer lab for commands and directions

Take a look at forming commands with a powerpoint:

Here is the info in a different informational set up: and

*Write out notes for how to form an affirmative tú command here:

 Commands Game

*How did you do here?

Here’s a more difficult, exploratory commands game—don’t forget that the pronouns need to be attached to the end of affirmative commands.

*How did you do? Did you learn how any other commands work?

 Check out directions in México:,1,Slide 1

*What did you learn/pick up from this powerpoint?

Here’s a site for requesting directions in Spanish:


*What did you already know?

*What did you learn?

If you have earphones, listen to this eHow video on directions in Spanish:

*What did you learn from this instructor?

Click on some of the other videos below and do the same thing. (Also answer*)

Food Dictionary example