This is a great activity to get the entire class involved in saying and listening to "tener" expressions in Spanish.
The teacher begins by cutting the strips of paper on the dotted line and giving five students a slip with two "tener" expressions on it. These students go to the front of the class without revealing their pictures to the rest of the class.
The other students in the class each receive the first sheet and begin by writing down the names of the five students in the front of the room.
One at a time members of the class take turns trying to guess who has which "tener" expressions on their sheet. All students record the answers as they are given.
An order of students should be established by the teacher and this order will be repeated until a student has correctly identified all the people/"tener" expressions on his/her turn. If the answers are not correct the questions continue.
If you photocopy the record-keeping sheet back-to back the activity can be done twice by assigning the slips to five new students for a second round.