A Day At The Beach

One of the things that people look forward to every years is for summer vacation and being able to go to the beach! Before you go to the beach, however, you need to make sure you bring several things with you. Many of these things can be found in the Spanish Medium Review academic quiz under the title Vocabulary: A Day at the Beach!. If you haven’t already taken that quiz, now would be a good time to do so as, in this Spanish Medium Review picture quiz you will be having a little beach fun by reviewing beachy Spanish words!

Since this is a quick quiz, be prepared to move swiftly. So, put on your flip flops and let’s head out for a day at the beach by finding the Spanish word that will match each of the capitalized words found in the quiz.

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  1. Looks like he is have great fun surfing the WAVES!
    The Spanish word for waves is olas.
  2. When going to the beach be sure to bring a bag filled with lotion and snacks, a good sun hat and a big beach TOWEL.
    The Spanish word for towel is toalla.
  3. Children love to play with a big, bright BEACH BALL.
    The Spanish words for beach ball are balón de playa.
  4. Having fun in the sun in my new SWIMSUIT!
    The Spanish word for swimsuit is bañador.
  5. This beach has little beach changing HOUSES.
    The Spanish word for houses is casas.
  6. WHAT is that?
    The Spanish word for what is qué.
  7. What is a day at the beach without making a good SANDCASTLE?
    The Spanish words for sandcastle are castillo de arena.
  8. If you take the time to listen, some people BELIEVE you can hear music in a seashell.
    The Spanish verb for believe when the pronoun is they (substituting people) is creen.
  9. This proud SEAGULL is making himself be heard!
    The Spanish word for seagull is gaviota.
  10. Protect your eyes from the glaring SUN with sunglasses.
    The Spanish word for sun is sol.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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