Have you used vocubes in the past and are looking for something new? This is it! Vocubes definitely have their place in the world language classroom. I have used Spanish to English ones for years. However, this vocube contains 16 squares of complete Spanish sentences broken up onto two lines. Students will need to work to match up the beginning of the each sentence with its end. The complete puzzle will match up only one way (with the phrases not used on the outside without matches). I would recommend printing the puzzle on colored cardstock and cutting the squares with a paper cutter. I store my puzzles in a ziplock bags.
The zip file contains an editable powerpoint template of 16 squares with 4 phrases in each square and a pdf of the puzzle. If you teach another language, you can use the template to create your own puzzle!