Print and play cards to change your Clue board game from English to Spanish. These cards look great printed on thick cardstock paper or laminated. My students LOVE this game. Most are already familiar with the rules and it's a great way to get kids talking, using house vocabulary, and prepositions.
Currently this is only for the classic version of clue with the original mansion. I found my copy at a yard sale.
What you get in the file:
Page 1 - Los Sospechos - All 6 original suspects + 2 additional suspect cards (for Mo Neda, a penny, and Sr. Bloques, a Lego minifigure) to use in case you are missing pieces.
Page 2 - Las Habitaciónes - All 9 original rooms from the English version.
Page 3 - Las Armas - All 6 original weapons + 1 additional weapon, Serpiente Venenosa, which can be represented by a rubber band or piece of string, in case you are missing pieces in your set.
Page 4 - Archivo - Print, cut, fold, and glue a replacement envelope for the answers. Has a QR code with a link to the rules on the back side. This looks awesome when printed on beige paper.
Page 5 - Detective's Notebook Cover - You can use this optional cover to make booklets with the suspect sheets. Has key phrases for playing the game in Spanish on the back for players' convenience
Page 6 - Detective's suspect sheets
Page 7 - Room labels - print, cut, and glue/tape these labels to your board. These will print on 2x4" address labels without going over edges.
Page 8 - Card backs - Pattern to print on the back of the suspect, room, and weapon cards.
What you need:
A Clue / Cluedo board game with the board and the pieces
Cardstock paper or access to a laminator
Teacher tip: Replace the 6-sided die that comes with the game with a 12-sided die or add a second die to speed up the gameplay.