Weekend Chat Collection

Working to condense all of the weekend chat versions in one place as the options have grown!

Here are links to previous posts–look here and here for a wide range of options + various languages

By request, here’s a winter/holiday version in English:

1/2/22: Winter/holiday version in French. Thanks to Stephanie (@MmeCarbonneau) for the translation help!

1/1/22: Here’s a winter/holiday version in Spanish to make the return to class just a little bit easier! There’s also a version without hunting–scroll down just a bit.

Here’s one for fall activities in Spanish (past tense) and simple future

And now one for future tense:

11 thoughts on “Weekend Chat Collection

  1. ¡Hola! Salut!

    Thank you so much for these! They really help support my students.
    I would love to try to create a French version. How would I go about starting? Do you have a template? Would I start with a Google slide? I’ll happily send it to you, hopefully, someone could proofread it!
    Gracias/Merci,
    🙂

  2. Amy Zeller says:

    Hello! I love these, but would love to make my own. What did you use to create the weekend placemats?
    Muchísimas gracias!

  3. Tabbatha Higginbotham says:

    These are amazing and you have done a fabulous job! I would love to make one of these for my classes, but I am not sure what to use. Pages was mentioned above, but I don’t use a Mac….is there something equivalent from Google or for a PC?

  4. Tabbatha Higginbotham says:

    These (again) are great…is there any way I could get one for Winter Break (coming up in 2 weeks)? Pretty much the same as this but without the New Year’s reference….and without Hornee…..my freshmen are just too immature for that one…….coche was 5 minutes of giggles as it was….I just can’t with them this year….lol

  5. I’m getting ready to kick off a new semester and I the first thing I searched as I got ready to lesson plan were your chat mats. Thank you for making these available to our teaching community! They’re absolutely wonderful–even for my adult learners!

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