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6 Fun and Engaging Halloween Activities in Spanish to Try With Your Students

Centros de lectura para Kinder  | Halloween | Literacy centers in Spanish

Children love this time of year because they get to dress up, utilize their imaginations, and share in the holiday fun. Today, I'm going to share some of my favorite activities that I'm using in my classroom.

This reader  provides your students the opportunity to practice writing and reading high frequency words (ellos, ven, un and una). It also contains repetitive text to help your beginning readers practice one-to-one word matching.

If you are working on other high frequency words,  you can see my other bundles in my store.

In this center, your students will learn how to identify the initial sounds (Sonidos iniciales) in words and improve their phonemic awareness skills by using these beginning sounds cards.

Students will say the picture's name, find the initial sound of each picture and show their answer with  magnetic letters or an erasable marker.

These Alphabet Letter Sort activities are a great way to improve students' recognition of lower and upper case letters.

A fun phonological awareness game in which kids practice substituting syllables (changing the first or last syllable of the word to make a new word).

It's a fun, hands-on activity that encourages children to practice reading, writing, and spelling high frequency words.

The student must first read the word before building it using the included alphabet letter tiles or magnetic letters. Following that, the student writes the word or a sentence using the high frequency word. It is easier for a child to recall a high frequency word if they are exposed to it in multiple ways.

Number Sense in Spanish

Students will look at a number represented in 3 different ways and write the number at the top of the card.

Números 0-10

Number Sense in Spanish | Números 0-10

Number sorting for students in the range of 0 to 10. Includes colorful number sorts for the numbers 1-10, where each number is represented in eleven different ways (tens frames, dice, fingers, Halloween-themed objects, cubes, and so on), allowing students to see each number in multiple ways and build fluency in number identification.

Números 0-10

Bingo de Halloween

Halloween Bingo in Spanish is a simple and fun addition to your Halloween party.  It can also be used for a center in your classroom.

What are your plans for Halloween? What are some of the activities you use in your classroom? I'd be happy to hear from you! Please comment in the section below.

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