Free Sentimientos (Feelings in Spanish) activity set

The Sentimientos activity set includes:

  • a one-page poster showing 20 emotions faces with Spanish feelings words
  • 36 cards, each with a single emotion face with its Spanish feelings word
  • a one-page Spanish to English translation chart

This set is flexible enough to be used with any age group of any size.  Use the cards as flashcards, or make duplicate copies and use in “memory” style or other matching games.


Sample pages from this free packet — click to view larger:

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Click Here to open the Sentimientos feelings in Spanish activity flashcards and poster set.

You may use this set for free for your own personal home or classroom use.  Please do not distribute it to anyone except to your own students in printed format.

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16 Responses to Free Sentimientos (Feelings in Spanish) activity set

  1. Rebekkah says:

    Thank you! I’m trying to get my students passed using just “good/ bad” to describe characters, and I appreciate the pictures and chart!

  2. Michelle says:

    Thank you so much for the free resources! I will definitely incorporate them into our current unit: “bienestar”.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for providing this, its hard to find affordable or free access to Spanish language materials to use in clinical services for young children!

  4. The middle of the year is the time that we see a natural atrophy in some of our classes. We’re hoping to use this and other printables to key into the more kinesthetic learners and keep everyone engaged on a common task.

  5. Linda says:

    You are providing a great service here and I see others, beside myself, have been very appreciative. I am using the feeling words to help a young mother be a better parent to her child after being sent to court for a law she didn’t understand completely–and my Spanish is limited. No one was injured in her case, thankfully. She needs to learn a few basic skills we can all forget at times and to think more carefully before she acts. We have already made great progress. Both of us extend our THANKS to you for you generosity.

    • mirror_eyes says:

      That’s awesome! Sounds like you might be a child advocate — a service I once considered myself, but had forgotten about. Good for you, and I’m glad I could help!! 😀

  6. Anonymous says:

    This is an awesome piece. great job !!!

  7. paula says:

    thank you so much for providing these materials. I will use them to help my new moms identify some of their feelings as they transition into motherhood, learning that all feelings are valid.