- This game has a very original gameboard with the shape of a shield. The game is similar to parchesi, but you have to come back to the same square you started the game. You have to answer questions and there is also a bad square: the Inquisition Court. Here you have a picture of the girls who made this project: Lucía Rodríguez, Devisa Pavel, Pilar Moratalla and Lucía Horta.
- This team used an idea they learned last year in Technology. They made a connect game, with different questions and answers they had to connect with two electric pens. If the answer is correct, the lamp switches on. We had a lot of problems with the design and questions, because the team didn't work coordinately, but finally they corrected all the spelling and grammar mistakes and made me happy. Here you have a picture of the boys with their game "Conecta con los Austrias". They are Rodrigo Orduña, David Ortiz, Soufiane El Karboubi and Manuel Palomino.
- The last project was made by Marta Pueblas, Patricia Pérez and Eva Mª Pérez. They created a board game using plywood. Their game included two boxes of questions corresponding to Charles I and Philip II reigns, but these boxes also included questions about the other contents (the Indies, and the other monarchs of the House of Austria). This was a little confusing. That's why our suggestion was dividing the squares into the 16th and 17th centuries or into three different types of squares, including another box for the Indies.
And finally, here you have a picture of the whole group. They have insisted to take one: