Freebie - Spanish Country Name Tags

I'm not really sure if there are any Spanish teachers out there like me that need name tags for desks, but just in case, here are some I created for my classroom. There are eight different Spanish-speaking countries represented (randomly selected, well, except for Argentina. I'm a little biased since my husband's from there :p. And I've been to Honduras, Peru, and Mexico, so those made the list, also.)

Since I have around 20 students,  I can easily split them into groups of twos and threes by called the name of the country on their name tags. I will probably also call students by the country on their name tag when lining up, so we won't have a herd of buffalo stampeding each other to get in line! I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.

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Happy teaching!


  1. I am so excited to have found a blog with Spanish resources!! I teach first grade dual language and my blog is I look forward to getting some great ideas from you!

  2. Hey, thanks, Linsay! I'm going to follow your blog right now! Thanks for finding me! I don't have any similar teacher friends in cyberspace. How does your dual program work? You teach the same kids all day, right? How much Spanish/English? I teach two groups of kids math and science in 4th grade, all in Spanish, so it's hard to find resources. I have several things you might like. Here is my freebies page at TpT -
    Can't wait to see what you've got, too!

  3. Awesome! I think I actually may use these for guided reading groupings - i.e. on benchmark, strategic, or intensive kiddos grouped together in one country that I can call during guided reading. Thanks!


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