This game helps students have fun while reviewing how to tell time in Spanish! I love this game, because students are completely self-sufficient, there's an element of surprise that keeps them engaged, and any student can win, since winning depends on both luck and skill.
To play, give each group of two students an answer key and a set of small cards. Students take turns drawing a card and writing the digital time (such as '6:36'), and they keep their paper as a point if they get it right. If they ever draw a slip that says "Ay Caramba," all of their papers go back in the pile, and they have to start over! You'll hear plenty of laughs and animated "Noooo!"s as students draw these cards! You choose when to stop the game (after about 15 minutes), and the winner in each group is the one with the most cards at that moment.
This editable Microsoft Word document has four pages: an instruction sheet, a page of Spanish times to cut into little cards, an answer key, and a page with a dot pattern that you may choose to print on the back of the cards (so students can't see through them). This game has worked well in the past with my students. Enjoy!