Here are some ideas to teach the Spanish alphabet to young learners. I hope you find these activities enjoyable! Be sure to check out my free stuff under Activities. Happy hunting!
Alphabet scavenger hunt – Take a large roll of paper, draw large letters of the alphabet onto the paper several inches apart. Next hide items using Spanish vocabulary around the room or outside that begin with each letter of the alphabet. Then ask students to go around the room and find the hidden items that begin with each letter then bring that item to the large roll of paper and place the item next to the letter.
Alphabet picture word wall or picture book – Look for any picture you can find that is fun, silly or interesting to young learners, cut the pictures and place them next to the letter of the alphabet. For this activity I found a site for a Spanish alphabet picture book. You can also make this into an alphabet word wall.
Alphabet Spanish picture in a letter – For this activity you can use a large piece of paper, poster board or wall pad to make a Spanish alphabet word wall. Remember, any activity you find for English learners can also be used to teach Spanish vocabulary