Wait… what? Pinterest? Yes! Absolutely! To begin, I discovered that Pinterest was not just for DIY projects and weddings last year. For instance, I am embarrassed to admit that I have had more than one all-nighter pinning (is that a verb?) visuals. For example, to use in my Spanish courses, or with particular students. But the best stuff isn´t even Spanish language materials for learners at all… it´s just awesome solutions for Spanish speakers! Even better – they are visually appealing and free. Perfect for Spanish speakers, learners or teachers to use. Take a look at some examples below.
CHARTS AND OBJECTIVE TRACKING ON PINTEREST
You know that I am a busy mom. Therefore, anything that can kill 2, or 3, birds with one stone is a winner in my book. I love these Spanish language printables for organizing. As a result, I feel like I am practicing and being more productive at the same time. In addition, you can use them in real life, then in class with students – or vice versa!
LISTS AND CHECKLISTS – IT IS PINTEREST AFTER ALL
I don´t know if it´s the mom or the teacher in me, or perhaps the visual learner who loves to write things down, but I can´t resist a good list! For instance, they have a legitimate purpose in a real life context, and it´s also easy to track vocabulary as you go. First, mark off the words you know inside and out. Afterward, write the definition of the ones you don´t right next to the word for further study. Finally, you can go back and review the new words until you know them as well.
Are you a visual learner? Well Pinterest has plenty for you! Check out some of the many options below.
PRACTICE MATERIALS FOR SPANISH CLASS
Do you need some materials to supplement your Spanish textbook or program? Well, look no further. You will find a wealth of advertisements on Pinterest in every cateogory imaginable. For example, below are some of my go-to favorites for any level.
In conclusion, Pinterest is addicting and also an excellent source of creative ideas for Spanish. Check out the entire pin that I created for this blog post here. Got a different website that you like to use? Comment with the link below!
Ready to start learning Spanish or need to brush up? Head to A1 Spanish Listening Home for beginner level activities.