For: Practice with Family Vocabulary in Spanish
Students are given the family tree and the clues. Based on the clues and the way family trees are set up (you may need to discuss this with your students beforehand), each person's description puts them in only one location on the family tree.
There are directions on the page, but you may have to explain what the students are to do. I usually go over the first clue with them so they understand some basic logic techniques and what is expected of them.
This is a Spanish 1 vocabulary product, however, it is one level more challenging than the Familia Misteriosa 2 Worksheet (and two levels more challenging than the Familia Misteriosa 1 Worksheet). If you've already purchased the first puzzle, you can use this one to differentiate difficulty level in your classroom, or to just use as an additional practice worksheet. See La Familia Misteriosa 2 Worksheet for a slightly lower level puzzle.
*Note: This worksheet uses a few new terms that may not be included in your vocabulary list, depending on which textbook you use in class. However, that is part of what makes it more challenging for those advanced students! Here are those terms:
bisabuelo, tatarabuelo, bisnieto, tataranieto, primo segundo, primo tercero (the second and third cousin do not need to be understood in order to decipher the puzzle, and the great-great-grandparent and great-great-grandchild are both explained using the great-grandparent and great-grandchild terms).
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