Have you wanted to try vocubes in your world language classes? Do they look too difficult to create? Check out this resource! This powerpoint contains two slides of templates for a 16 square vocube. There is a template for using complete sentences (students will need to work to match up the beginning of the each sentence with its end) and another for matching between the Target Language to English.
When you finish creating your puzzle with your class's vocabulary, I would recommend printing it 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 words or phrases in each square.