An activity for students to describe objects and gues what they areSugerencia de uso
1. Download the file and make copies for students.
2. Divide the students into groups of three.
3. Give each group a set of picture cards and adjective cards.
4. Ask the students to shuffle the adjective cards and deal out four each.
5. The remaining adjective cards are placed face down in a pile with the top card facing up next to the pile.
6. The picture cards should be placed face up on the table. The aim of the game is to get four adjective cards that describe one of the pictures.
7. The players take it in turns to pick up and put down an adjective card.
8. Players can choose to pick up a card from the face-down pile or take the top face-up card next to the pile.
9. Players must always have four cards in their hand and must put a card down in the face-up pile after picking one up.
10. When a player has four adjective cards that describe one of the pictures, they place the cards in front of the picture and describe it.
11. If all the players agree the adjectives match and the description is appropriate, the student wins and keeps the picture card.
12. The adjective cards are then reshuffled and the game begins again.
13. The game continues until all of the picture cards have been described. The student with the most picture cards at the end of the game wins.
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