WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1 - The Novice - Mid language learner understands and communicates at the word level and can use memorized words and phrases independently to:
WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.a - Respond to learned questions.
WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.b - Ask memorized questions
WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.c - State needs and preferences.
View this food and beverage PowerPoint.
Watch Viewpure I like apples or YouTube I like apples.
Read Spanish mama's the Horse likes apples in the middle of the page.
Look and listen to fruits on 123teachme.
Sing Rockalingua's Las frutas.
Learn fruits from Happy Learning and Profe Spanish
Sing Viewpure fruit song or YouTube fruit song.
Learn Viewpure breakfast foods or YouTube breakfast foods.
Sing Basho and Friends' Viewpure I'm hundry or YouTube I'm hungry.
Sing Calico's YouTube food song.
Sing Viewpure Do you like broccoli ice cream? or YouTube Do you like broccoli ice cream?
Viewpure Do you like lasagna milkshakes? or YouTube Do you like lasagna milkshakes?
Viewpure Do you like pepper pudding? or YouTube Do you like pepper pudding?
Viewpure Do you like spaghetti yogurt? or YouTube Do you like spaghetti yogurt?
Click on Learn Words at bottom of page for the fruits and vegetables on the table, then click on the text game, then the audio game.
Learn foods and fruits,and vegetables and restaurant foods by clicking on Full Tutorials. Then click on Games at the top and play ONLY the games Four in a Row and Sow Grow for each of those topics on the games tabs on those pages.
Listen to the fruits and vegetables then play the Listening Challenge in top right corner.
Or listen and watch here and here.
Watch this food and drink PowerPoint.
Open this Scavenger Hunt and flip your laptop into tablet mode (we have special permission). Find someone who likes the food in each square then type their name in that square. Ask your classmate, "¿Te gusta?" (Do you like?) and say the food item. Ask "¿Te gustan?" with an "n" on the end if the food is plural. They will answer, "Sí, me gusta/n" or "No, no me gusta/n." If the answer is no, keep asking other classmates until you find someone who answers yes and type that person's name.