Spanish Fruit and Vegetable Cards: Tarjetas para clasificar las frutas y los vegetales

Tarjetas para clasificar las frutas y los vegetales

Once again I’ve teamed up with Sra. Morato from Homeschool Spanish Curricululm  and we have another free Spanish printable for you. This week our free printable is on fruits and vegetables! These are great for beginning language learners for basic vocabulary building and conversation practice.

Let me turn the post straight over to Sra. Morato!

Hola parents!

I want to congratulate you for taking the time to learn with your child a second language. We all love food! So using fruit and vegetable vocabulary to start a conversation is Spanish is a great idea.

As you use the cards and use the started conversation as your guide and resources I also want to share with you these extra resources to make Spanish learning even more fun!

Remember to check out the post about how to talk about the calendar and the weather  in Spanish from a couple of weeks ago too!

Hasta luego!

Sra. Morato
Spanish Teacher/ Homeschool Mom

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Tarjetas para clasificar las frutas y los vegetales – This is a free download!

You can use these fruit and vegetable cards in a number of ways:

Students can sort them into the fruit and vegetable baskets while they practice basic sentences in Spanish. There are some suggested conversation starters in this pdf.

Once your kids are confident they know all the words in Spanish, cut the labels from the picture card. Mix them up and have them match the word to the picture.

Have the kids sort the words into the appropriate fruit or vegetable basket (without the pictures).

Use the pictures (without the words) to practice asking for and passing the fruits and vegetables.

Have fun! Liesl and Sra. Morato

Spanish Fruit and Vegetable Sorting Cards las frutas y los vegetales conversation practice worksheet

spanish-fruits-vegetables-las-frutas-y-los-vegetales-worksheet-cardsThere is also a matching page with this Spanish vocabulary:

spanish-worksheets-for-kids-fruits-vegetables

New Spanish Course for Elementary: As many of you know, I offer Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 courses over at homeschoolspanishcurriculum.com.  I am excited to announce that I am in the process of creating a new Spanish course for elementary ages.  Many parents have asked for it and my own daughter is eager to learn along with many other students. Please visit this page  for more information about the Spanish Course for the Elementary Years (K-Gr. 6)

To learn more about me and my Spanish teachings visit my website homeschoolspanishcurriculum.com

Hasta luego!

~Sra. Morato

Spanish Teacher/ Curriculum Designer/ Homeschool Mom

You might also be interested in the free Spanish worksheets and resources in these posts:

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Spanish Christmas Worksheets - Palabras de Navidad

Free Spanish Worksheets - Valentines Day

  • Coming up next:Free Spanish Worksheets – ¡En el jardín!  In the Garden!

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  • If you have any requests as you introduce your child to the Spanish language, let us know!
  • We’re planning to share some Spanish worksheets on the parts of the body sometime soon!
  • If you have any requests as you introduce your child to the Spanish language, let us know!

See you again soon here or over at our Homeschool Den Facebook Page! Don’t forget to Subscribe to our Homeschool Den Newsletter. And, be sure to visit Sra. Morato’s website HomeschoolSpanishCurriculum.com

Happy Homeschooling!
~Liesl

 

 

 

 

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