This is a game to help practice the vocabulary for the body. The set comes with colorful number cards 1-12, a buena suerte and a mala suerte card, a card that shows what body part matches what number and the directions to the game. To play print and laminate the cards prior to use. In this game you place the number cards, mala suerte and buena suerte card in a bag and give one bag to 4-6 groups in the class. Each group would also get a body parts list and one white drawing paper and pencil. The basic idea of the game is that on the teacher cue each team draws a card from the bag and draws that body part on their paper. Each team is trying to finish "their person" first to win the game. You could also change the game by getting realia body parts at a dollar store or Walmart and placing them in a small bin for each group and have the teams remove the items as they draw the number. The winner is the team that has the first empty bin. The vocabulary covered is head, eyes, nose, tongue, teeth, stomach, arm, hand, leg, arm, hand, and feet.
Sorry! The directions were in the product description but I forgot to include the buena/mala suerte card instructions.
The students draw the body part the number matches. If they get a buena suerte card they can draw any body part they want. A mala suerte card means they lose a turn. I have students all pick their cards at the same time then we go around the room one by one saying what they got. First team to draw all wins.
Hello! Im sorry I forgot to include that instruction! When the team gets their blank paper, they draw a circle to represent the stomach (they can add a neck if they want) to start. Then they add the rest of the body parts as they pull them from the bag. If they draw a mala suerte card they lose their turn for that round. If they draw a buena suerte card they get to choose any body part they want to add to their picture. I hope that helps! Thank you for your purchase!