Looking for a super fun digital activity for your Spanish students to practice conjugating regular -ER and -IR verbs in the preterite tense? Check out this engaging, easy-to-grade digital mystery picture activity! Students will get a ton of practice conjugating regular -ER and -IR verbs, and a dose of culture, as they answer a variety of questions in Google Sheets to reveal a picture of a quetzal, a beautiful bird that is the national animal of Guatemala. Best part? This activity is self-checking! If a student’s answer is correct, part of the hidden picture will be revealed. If a student’s answer is incorrect, the picture will not change. That lets the student know he/she needs to try again. The instant feedback really helps students improve their skills!
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This digital download includes:
- 20 fill in the blank questions
- 5 find the error and fix it questions
- 5 multiple-choice translation questions
- 1 self-checking pixel art picture in Google Sheets
- Teacher directions
- Answer key
This Spanish pixel art activity is great for:
- Test review
- Sub plans
- Centers or stations
- Independent practice
- Early finishers
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What will I need to assign this digital resource to my students?
You will require:
❶ Access to the internet
❷ A Google Drive account
How do I collect student work?
Your students will simply complete their own copies of the picture and turn them into your platform (ie. Google Classroom). Instructions for making a copy are in the PDF.
Can I use this Spanish pixel art activity even if I don’t use Google Classroom?
Yes! You can download this Google Sheets activity to Excel. Read more about how to do that HERE.
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Thanks for checking out my preterite tense resource!
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