Hello! Thanks for joining us. We designed this worksheet to help you practice both telling time in Spanish and talking about daily activities with a friend or classmate. This is a really entertaining and practical exercise. We hope you find it very useful and ¡Buena suerte!
Students should work in pairs or in groups to solve the exercises on this worksheet.
Just like our previous worksheet on telling time, this worksheet is a little bit related to daily activities. They should be able to make sentences with these activities so they are able to speak about them so it’s really important to review the basic structure for sentences about daily routines in Spanish.
First, students should cut out the clocks on the worksheet to have a pile of clocks. Then, they must draw each clock’s hands to indicate the time at which they perform each daily activity. After that, they swap their pile of cards with a partner who has to order them by time. Then they make sentences comparing their daily activities and time in Spanish, for example: “Yo desayuno a las 8 de la mañana, pero tú desayunas a las 7“.
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