This interactive game offers students an opportunity to learn Spanish expressions used commonly in conversation. First students see a group of four black and white illustrated scenes, accompanied by corresponding written and spoken Spanish expressions that describe the scenes. Then they advance to a new page featuring only one of the four illustrations and are prompted to match the scene to the correct Spanish expression. Four written and spoken choices are provided at the bottom of the screen. Once they match the scene to the correct expression, the illustration transforms into color. After making a series of four correct matches, students are invited to print out a page containing the four illustrated scenes, which they can color, turn into flash cards, or combine with other sheets to create a phrase booklet.
This resource can be found on the Oh Noah! website.