Fran’s Freebies: Spanish Verb Tense Lotto


Fran’s Freebies free printable Spanish Verb Tense Lotto game:  This very simple lotto-style game will help your advanced students keep track of five verb tenses:

  • Present
  • Imperfect
  • Preterite
  • Future
  • Imperative

This game does not focus on translations, but rather on recognizing the verb tense by the spelling of each word.  Common verbs are used, and exceptions to the most basic conjugation rules are included.


Included in this printable Spanish teacher’s packet are:

  • simple playing board – give one to each player or team
  • 140 verb cards – 28 for each of the five verb tenses
  • instructions for play
  • blank Spanish Lotto playing board for creative use
  • blank cards for creative use

To play, simply give each player or team a playing board and lay out cards in a loose pile.  Allow players to either randomly or methodically choose cards, and the first to have 3 different cards for each verb tense wins!


If you have used Fran’s Freebies Spanish Verb Tense Lotto, please leave a little feedback below – thanks!





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10 Responses to Fran’s Freebies: Spanish Verb Tense Lotto

  1. Anonymous says:

    I like new ideas. Thank you sharing.

  2. Maria F. says:

    Thank you so much for a great resource.

  3. cmturpin says:

    Mil gracias por el juego. Sera muy util para mis clases avanzadas.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the freebie. My AP classes will have a blast and I’m sharing with my department.

  5. Eva V. says:

    Great idea. I can use it for upper levels but can easily be modified for lower levels. Thanks.

  6. Jilka Rovi says:

    This is a good idea. Unfortunately I only teach basic Spanish, some of the verb tenses are too advances. But maybe if I just introduce them for the game they might enjoy it. Thanks,

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