Students are given Where's Waldo pictures (can be purchased on-line) and in groups of two, write 10 sentences to describe what is happening in the picture. At least four of the sentences need to be false. When they finish, they trade papers and pictures with another group. Each group must find the person or thing being described in the picture. If they find it, they mark "encontrada" on their worksheet. If they cannot find it, they leave it blank. Finally, they rewrite the sentences using the subjunctive or indicative in an adjective clause based on whether the thing existed or not in the picture. This activity can then be repeated by trading with another group and so on. In the end, I review with each group to confirm whether the thing existed or not and have them state the sentences using the subjunctive or indicative. My students loved this activity and didn't want to stop. They also asked if they could do it again!