I have been so busy this school year that whenever I'm on Twitter all I seem to do is mark intriguing Tweets as favorites. This weekend I went through some of those favorite Tweets, and found all kinds of interesting links and posts. I'd like to share a few.
Triptico is a web site that has interactive spinners. Students or a teacher can customize double spinners with pronouns and infinite verbs to practice verb conjugation. Perfect for pair work or a class game.
RTVE has several cartoons and kid's shows in Spanish available online. The material listed on the site is fabulous, but I think you need to register to view & my registration did not go through the few times that I tried. I look forward to trying the site out another day, and hope the site was just down when I tried it.
Also from RTVE is a 4-5 minute news clip. This was very user friendly and did not require registration.
I checked out Formespa and found this great music video by the group Tam Tam Go called Atrapados en la red, perfect for tech vocabulary in Spanish! The site has many other activities for Spanish students.
I loved this Flickr application called Five Card Flickr Five photos are randomly chosen from Flickr and you (or your students) can write a story or a narration about them.
I want to thank all the wonderful people who share this information with me on Twitter every day! I'm just sorry I can't give specific credit to each of you for the sites you brought to my attention, but believe me I do appreciate it very much.