¡Hola! Thanks for joining us once again. We designed this worksheet to help you practice the vocabulary for places in town in Spanish, and ways to ask for directions in Spanish and give directions by playing a very interesting game with a partner. We hope you find this exercises very useful to learn more about this very essential topic.
Students work in pairs or in groups of four to solve the exercise on this worksheet.
First of all, the teacher should cut the worksheet in two parts and give one piece of it to each student so that they cannot see the map of the other. Then, the first student asks questions about the location of the places marked with the white boxes on the map. His/her partner says the direction in Spanish using complete sentences departing from the marker at the top of the map. Once all the places of the first student have been completed, the second student asks similar questions to know the location of the places in blank on his map.
Students find a local map, make a copy of it and paste numbers over the map. Each number should be a landmark in the town. Then, they make a brief oral presentation about the places in town and how to get to them in Spanish.
Spanish worksheet information:
Related Spanish Lessons:
- Places in Town in Spanish and Basic Directions
- Giving Directions in Spanish: Phrases and Conversations
- Describing your Town in Spanish: Adjectives and Directions