Teaching literacy in early grades is just plain fun. And literacy centers make it even more enjoyable – for us and our students.
More and more early learners are working on learning Spanish. Which is a great thing.
Learning how to use more than one language is fantastic for brain development, social skills, and creative thought – particularly for early grades!
And that’s why I’m excited to share this printable Spanish alphabet literacy center for kindergarten and first grade!
This huge resource is an awesome start to teaching children the Spanish alphabet and common Spanish words!
And if you’re working with ESL students, this is also a wonderful way to practice early literacy skills.
Read on to see how to get your copy (and a free sample)!
Need more ideas for teaching Spanish? Don’t miss our list of books for learning Spanish in early grades!
El Alfabeto Spanish Alphabet Literacy Center for Kids
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Glue sticks
- Laminator (optional)
- Crayons or markers
- Hook and loop sticky dots (optional)
- Dry erase markers (optional)
This resource is jam-packed with hands-on Spanish alphabet literacy activities.
And I mean, packed.
This early literacy resource includes two sets of color Spanish alphabet word flashcards (plus line art versions).
The first set features words and pictures, while the second features pictures and a blank rectangle.
Students can cut and paste the alphabet word labels onto the cards. Or you can use hook and loop dots to make them into a reusable activity.
There’s a cut and paste alphabet word worksheet (with a line art version).
And an answer key for this and each activity too!
After learning how to pronounce each word, help your students review beginning sounds with two pages of match the letter sound worksheets.
Line art versions of these are included too.
Plus, there are seven pages of read, trace, and write worksheets to help students practice writing and reading each Spanish word.
And a line art version if you need to save on ink!
Want to use all of the review activities at centers? Simply laminate each page and let students complete them with dry erase markers.
Get a look at some of this Spanish literacy center in action in the video below!
Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation Chart for Kids
This Spanish early literacy center also includes a pronunciation chart for each of the Spanish words in the resource.
This is so handy if you need to help your students isolate the syllables in each word.
A color and line art version is included. And, even better, you can get this pronunciation chart free!
Keep reading for details.
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