If you’re teaching students to speak Spanish, these Spanish solar system flashcards are excellent for reviewing the planets of the solar system and working on Spanish vocabulary!
Since there’s an English set included, these are also good for ESL students who are practicing a new language.
Along with solar system vocabulary cards, this set also features labeling cards and solar system name labels in both languages.
Read on to see how to get your copy of these printable Spanish flashcards and how you can use them to work on Spanish language skills with the kids!
Don’t miss our All About the Solar System printable pack, which features a lesson about the members of the solar system, a solar system diagram activity, a word jumble, and more!
Printable Spanish Flashcards: Spanish Solar System Flashcards
This product includes four sets of flashcards:
- One set of solar system flashcards with pictures and Spanish names (color and blackline)
- One set of solar system flashcards with pictures and English names (color and blackline)
- Two sets of labeling cards with pictures of each planet or star (color and blackline)
- Two sets of solar system labels (in English and Spanish)
A pronunciation guide is also included. So you’ll have no trouble saying the Spanish names correctly!
There is also a teaching script and a set of instructions for use inside.
The English and Spanish vocabulary cards are designed to be printed two-sided.
So, if you want to practice memorizing the names in each language, you can read the Spanish names on one side of the cards and then English names on the other.
How to Use the Spanish Solar System Flashcards with Students
This set of Spanish language solar system learning cards includes names for all eight planets.
Pluto is also included, if you want to talk about it as a dwarf planet. And there are cards for the sun, moon, and the word “star” as well.
Use the pronunciation guide to introduce each planet or star to students and have them repeat the names after you.
If you like, you can print the blackline version of the cards and let students color them before using them in the lesson.
Once the class has mastered the names of each body, try the labeling activity. Students can match up the printed labels with the right cards at centers.
Or – you can laminate the included blank labels and let kids write the names for themselves with dry erase markers.
Print the vocabulary cards two-sided and place them on a ring at early science centers.
Students can challenge themselves to remember the names in either language and then check their own answers!
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