This 34 slide Spanish Family Feud Game (El Frenesi Familiar) is a great way to review classroom objects, school, and classes in Spanish with elementary, middle school, high school, or college students. This Family Feud is a fun, interactive game that involves the entire class reviewing Spanish classroom objects, school, and classes vocabulary.
This game was created in Power Point 2003 and works well in Power Point on any type of computer or on a SMARTBoard. There are five rounds of questions with 8 possible answers each. Each of the rounds is set up Family Feud style with 3 strikes (with buzzing sound) included!
There are also five Fast Money Questions (with one definite answer per question). There is also theme song music embedded along with other music and sounds such as the "ding" with each correct response.
This Power Point can be easily modified to best meet the needs of your students.
Included in the .zip file is the game template along with instructions for playing the game.
Also included are all of the questions and answers typed out in Spanish for the teacher to reference as he/she acts as the host of this game show.
In the notes section of the Power Point there are additional instructions on how the game works. Please feel free to contact us at www.sparkenthusiasm.com any time with questions or comments!
Please note that the special effects included in this game will only work in Power Point 2003 and higher.
In the free sample, only Fast Money questions #1 and #2 will work. Also, the sad face will not work in the free sample.
If you like this game, please check out the other Family Feud games also available at the sparkenthusiasm store on TPT. These games cover the following topics:
Sports, Hispanic Athletes, and Action Verbs
Clothing, Stores, Materials and Colors
Family, Pets, and Descriptive Adjectives
Body, Health and Doctor's Office
Reflexive Verbs, Body Parts, and Daily Routine
Also, check out the Jeopardy easy-to-modify template as well as the already prepared Jeopardy games that include vocabulary, culture, grammar, and verb questions.
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