A fun guessing game that is great for Día de los Muertos.
One student volunteer sits with their back to the board/screen while a famous deceased person (along with some helpful details about who they were and when they lived, in case some are unfamiliar to students) is displayed on the board. Students must ask questions of their classmates to try to guess who the mystery person is. The class may also give clues if the person guessing is stuck.
Includes an example with suggested questions/vocabulary as well as 9 other famous deceased people to guess.
I wanted my students to practice the imperfect tense with this game and used this in my examples, but you could certainly change it to be present tense or preterite.