This is a 2nd and 3rd grade Social Studies review game. I call it charades for lack of coming up with a better name, but my students LOVE it! I print, cut and laminate these first to keep them nice. This is the way we play, the class sits in a circle and you put a piece of tape on their forehead, and you then place one of the cards on their head. They cannot see their own card obviously, and studens are not to say anything about each others cards. I always start the game and give good social studies clues to the student to my left. I keep track of their points and the less clues you need the more points you get. Example if their card is Italy I would give the clue "this is the country where the city of Rome is" if they guess it on the first try they would get 3 points. If they need another clue " it is a country in Europe bordered by the Mediteranian Sea", if they get in then 2 points, if they need their last clue " it is shaped like a boot when you look at it on a map" then they would get 1 point. Game play continues around the circle until the last person goes. The more they do it the faster and better they get, they love it! There are enough cards to play twice in a row without repeating a card with a class of about 20 students. They other way I have used these is to put them under the doc cam/on smartboard and left students use their whiteboard to respond, keeping track of points and rewarding them after.