Spanish speaking countries

Discover the vibrant cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and rich histories of Spanish speaking countries. Plan your next adventure and immerse yourself in the language, food, and traditions of these fascinating destinations.
Free printable Spanish-Speaking Countries and Capitals Game Cards. Perfect for Hispanic Heritage Month, or just when you want to review geography. Spanish Speaking Countries, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Class, Spanish Lesson Plans, Spanish Activities, Spanish Language Learning, Hispanic Heritage Month Activities, Spanish 1, Spanish Teaching Resources

Inside: Free printable cards for learning the countries and capitals of Spanish-speaking countries. Hispanic Heritage Month is just around the corner, so it’s a perfect time to brush up on some geography and culture! UPDATE: These cards were one of the earliest printables I created as a blogger and boy-- they were very out of date

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How To Say BUS in Spanish

The first and most common way to say bus in Spanish is simply “bus”, pronounced boos. But did you know that depending on where you are in the Spanish-speaking world, the word for “bus” can vary? Here are many of the most common terms for bus used in Spanish-speaking countries. How to Say Bus in […]

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Hopscotch is commonly known as "rayuela" or "peregrina" in many Spanish-speaking countries, although many countries have their own unique terms and variations. Puerto Rico, Spanish Words, Spanish Speaking Countries, Spanish Grammar, Spanish, In Spanish, Countries, Spanish Class, Venezuela

Hopscotch is commonly known as "rayuela" or "peregrina" in many Spanish-speaking countries, although many countries have their own unique terms and variations.Interestingly, rayuela in Chile is a different game, not at all related to hopscotch, and it's played during Chile's Fiestas Patrias independence holiday in September.Argentina and Chile have a unique version called "mundo" which […]

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