This is a fun way to practice words like algo/nada, alguien/nadie and other negatives in a hands-on way. Students match the positive and negative words to form a rectangle.
This includes 3 different puzzles that are great for station activities or partner work. Each one becomes more challenging, with the first one really providing simple input.
In my class, I pass out all 3 at once. Each is photocopied on a different color paper. Students must complete them in order (from easiest to hardest) and call me over to check it before they can move on to the next one. The first table to finish all 3 is the winner, so they try to race and compete, which makes it more fun. Laminate and use for years to come!
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