Are you looking for ways to get your kids interacting in partners or small groups? Then this is for you!
This Brickbreaker partner game can be used for 2-3 players. Students compete to claim bricks on a "brick wall" and earn bonus points if they can break a complete column or they break through to their opponent's side. Each player is assigned either an A or B question bank so the students hold each other accountable for correct answers as they play! As a bonus, students can take the question and answer sheets home as a quick review or self-assessment! This Brickbreaker game reviews the same questions as my Chutes and Ladders-Style Game, Board Games, and Honeycomb partner games, and it is editable so you can tweak the questions to align with your instruction.
This activity reviews Spanish noun adjective agreement. It is intended for Spanish 1 and uses very simple present tense. I tried to stick to very simple vocabulary describing people – hombre, mujer, amigos, chicas, alto, baja, simpáticos, etc.
This product is also available as part of my Noun Adjective Agreement Bundle
If you like this print-and-go idea, you could print a class set of game boards and purchase question banks for all topics in my Brickbreaker Game Bundle