Easter is just a few days away and many of us will be spending time with friends and family. These gatherings can be a good time for kids to practice simple Spanish conversation, or if your family speaks Spanish at home, to spend time listening and speaking the language with relatives. Also, those plastic eggs are just so handy, I could not resist putting a little Spanish in them!
These Spanish conversation questions are at all different levels. I made them with an Easter gathering in mind; to be put into plastic eggs and added to an Easter table setting, an egg hunt (there will be room for candy too!) or for after-dinner fun. They can be used anywhere family will gather, talk and listen. The questions are personal; there are no right answers.
Many of these questions can also be used in a classroom setting, although as I mentioned the level varies. If you were going to do an activity with questions in eggs for class it would be easy to make your own questions related to the material you have been covering. In class, the questions do not have to be personal and kids still have fun opening eggs and answering. Of course, it is most fun to talk about yourself and your friends! If you have beginner learners, consider questions where kids have choices like ¿Te gusta más jugar al futból o al básquetbol?
These are the questions you will find on the PFD, without the English, of course. Print, cut them apart and put them in plastic Easter eggs. The link to the PDF is below.
Si pudieras encontrar cualquier cosa en tu canasta de Pascua, ¿qué te gustaría encontrar? / If you could find anything in your Easter basket, what would you like to find?
¿Qué color de gomita te gusta más? / What color jelly bean do you like best?
Si pudieras viajar a un lugar, ¿adónde irías? / If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?
¿Qué te gusta más de la primavera? / What do you like most about spring?
¿Cuál es tu lugar favorito? / What is your favorite place?
¿Qué parte de un conjeo de chocolate comes primero? / What part of a chocolate bunny do you eat first?
¿Qué te hace sonreir? / What makes you smile?
¿Cuál fue el mejor momento de tu día hoy? / What was the best moment of your day today?
¿Cuál es tu película favorita? / What is your favorite movie?
¿Cuál es tu color favorito? / What is your favorite color?
¿Cuál fue el último libro que leíste? / What was the last book you read?
¿Qué día festivo te gusta más? ¿Por qué? / What is your favorite holiday? Why?
Si pudieras quedarte con solo un juguete, ¿cuál sería? / If you could have just one of your toys, which would it be?
Si pudieras encontrar cualquiera cosa en un huevo de Pascua ¿qué te gustaría encontrar? (Recuerda, será chiquito.)/ If you could find anything in an Easter egg, what would you like to find? (Remember, it has to be small.)
¿Qué consideras la mejor característica de tu familia?/ What do you think is the best characteristic of your family?
¿Qué comida elegirías para comer por el resto de tu vida, si pudieras tener solo una? / What food would you choose to eat for the rest of your life, if you could have just one?
¿A qué persona famosa admiras? / What famous person do you admire?
¿Qué libro recomiendas que lean tus amigos? / What book do you recommend your friends read?
¿Cuáles son las dos cosas que más te gustan de ti? / What are the two things you like best about yourself?
¿Qué pariente tuyo se parece más a tí? ¿En qué? / What relative is most like you? How?
¿En que época de la historia te gustaría haber vivido? / When in history would you like to have lived?
¿Cuál es el lugar más hermoso que has visto? / What is the most beautiful place you have ever seen?
¿Quién es tu superhéroe favorito? / Who is your favorite superhero?
¿Cómo te describirías a ti mismo en tres palabras? / How would you describe yourself in three words?
¿Cuál de las culturas del mundo te interesa más? / Which world culture interests you most?
¿Cuál es la palabra que más usas? / What word do you use the most?
¿Qué te gusta hacer cuando llueve? / What do you like to do when it rains?
¿Qué te aburre? / What bores you?
Link to Spanish Easter Conversation Questions
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