ELEMENTARY SPANISH FOR CHILDREN VEGETABLES POSTERS FLASHCARDS My younger students love to see Spanish displays in the classroom, and they also work really well for older beginner Spanish learners too. I like to vary methodology when introducing new language, and as flashcards, they offer a welcome break from focusing on a whiteboard or similar tool. There are 25 vegetables, definite article, feminine and masculine, singular and plural - that's so useful as a way into the concept of gender.
I tend to vary my displays quite regularly, and have different posters up at various times of the school year. We use them as speaking and pronunciation prompts, and for guessing games too. We don't actually learn 25 vegetables at this stage, but I use a range that includes some that children may not know yet, such as asparagus and artichoke. That's ideal for discussing healthy eating, and for generally developing children's vocabulary in their own language too. The posters work really well as flashcards too, and they're great for introducing and practicing language with a 'low-tech' method, giving us all a break from the whiteboard, which children definitely enjoy!
The vegetables are:
* artichoke * asparagus * beetroot * broccoli * cabbage * carrots * cauliflower * celery * corn *
* cucumber * eggplants/aubergines * French/green beans * garlic * leeks * lettuce * mushrooms *
* onions * peas * red peppers * yellow pepper * potatoes * sprouts * spinach * sweet potatoes *
* tomato *
¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN PROVECHO!
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