Print on cardstock and laminate for multiple uses.
Directions: Each card has 3 words for school items in Spanish and 3 pictures. There are 36 cards total. On each card there is one match. For example, the card may have the words: bolígrafo, lápiz and papel; and pictures of: a folder, a pen and lunch. The dealer flips the card from the top of the deck and whoever says "el bolígrafo" and puts their hand over the card played first wins the round. The rounds continue with the dealer flipping and the players saying the Spanish and covering the card with their hand AFTER saying the correct Spanish word. If the match is not correct, when the points are tallied at the end, that point is not scored. So if the person says "el lápiz" and thinks that "el lápiz" is a pen and when the cards are all reviewed at the end for points, that card would not score a point.
Once all cards are played, the players add up the number of cards they have correct and write that number down on the score sheet. After each person in the game has dealt, the players add up their totals and the player with the highest number wins.
After the game ends, the players can play by saying the two Spanish words whose pictures are not represented on the cards. They can play a full game this way as well, with the dealer changing each round.