Students struggling with reading comprehension and the preterite tense? You need this no-prep digital mystery picture! Your Spanish students will improve their reading comprehension skills as they read a passage in the preterite tense about a teenager talking about his day at school and answer 36 questions about what they read.
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! Students love trying to guess what the picture is as they complete the activity. Hint: it has to do with the story!
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This digital download includes:
- 1 reading passage in the preterite tense
- 19 fill-in-the-blank questions where students have to use the preterite tense
- 7 short answer questions
- 10 sequencing of events questions
- 1 self-checking pixel art picture in Google Sheets
- Teacher directions
- Answer key
Please see the preview for the reading passage and questions so you can make sure this will work for you and your students. This resource focuses on the preterite tense.
This preterite pixel art is great for:
- Test review
- Sub plans
- Centers or stations
- Independent practice
- Early finishers
- Choice boards
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What will I need to assign this preterite pixel art 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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Want a FREE digital mystery picture for regular preterite tense verbs? Grab it HERE.
Thanks for checking out my preterite pixel art!
La Profe Plotts