Spanish game for Valentines Day matches verbs and pronouns.

This Valentine’s Day game is a version of memory. I based the cards on the phrases on candy conversation hearts.

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I made this Spanish Valentine game to reinforce the common pronoun-verb pattern ¿Me quieres? Te quiero. Players match the two cards that use the same verb.

There are questions and answers for fifteen common verbs. Take out the cards with verbs that your kids do not know and use the blank cards to add any additional verbs you want them to practice.

As the children play, it is important that they read the cards aloud. Kids can tell at a glance whether or not the cards match, but the idea is for them to hear the pronoun-verb combination.

When players turn over two cards that match, encourage them to read the question and then the answer. You can ask them to add or no: ¿Me llamas? Sí, te llamo. (Do you call me? Yes, I call you.) or ¿Me ayudas? No, no te ayudo. (Do you help me? No, I don’t help you).

Spanish Valentine Game Verbs

abrazar – to hug
adorar – to adore
amar – to love
ayudar – to help
besar – to kiss
buscar – to look for
escribir – to write
escuchar – to listen
extrañar – to miss
hablar – to talk (to)
llamar – to call
mirar – to watch
necesitar – to need
querer – to love
ver – to see

Get Pronoun-Verb Game Cards

These are the links to the PDFs of the game cards. One has color and the other is black and white so that you can print it on colored paper if you like. As always, use card stock or laminate the cards if you want them to last longer.

Spanish memory game – Conversation hearts color
Spanish memory game – Conversation hearts black and white

You can find useful phrases for playing memory here: Making picture cards to talk about clothes in Spanish


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