Move the cat to catch the white mice, hit the blue balloons, but avoid the red ones
With our Cat and mouse game for "Where I live" you will be learning the Latin American Spanish vocabulary for the topic Where I live. The language you will learn is in the vocabulary list below, and consists of 10 Phrases that describe where you live.
|1||en la ciudad||in the city|
|2||en una pequeña ciudad||in a town|
|3||en un pueblo||in a village|
|4||en el campo||in the country|
|5||en la periferia||in the suburbs|
|6||en la costa||by the sea|
|7||en las montañas||in the mountains|
|8||junto a un río||by a river|
|9||en un valle||in a valley|
|10||sobre una colina||on a hill|
A cat versus mouse game with added balloons for Latin American Spanish and fun. You are the ginger cat, and your life is being made a misery by some white mice which have come into the house and are proving hard to catch. Not to mention there is a mouse house party going on and lots of balloons getting in the way of your hunting.
So you have to catch the white mice, forget about the grey mice, hit the blue balloons but avoid the red balloons, and answer Latin American Spanish language questions (you are a CLEVER cat...). If it sounds complicated and a bit frantic, that's because it is. Do your best but don't worry if you can't catch all the mice - neither can we. It's a cat's life...
|Four in a row||The frog flies||Duck shoot||Sow grow|
|Pong||The beetle and the bee||Mix and match||Cat and mouse|
|Pelmanism||The spelling game||Rock fall||Hangman|
CAT AND MOUSE is a quirky take on the perennial emnity of ponderous predator and plucky prey. Here are the basics: