I'm a big fan of using small-group games to promote student engagement in my classroom (and, since I teach mostly high schoolers, to make sure that students who finish their work early ALWAYS have something fun and/or constructive to do that DOESN'T involve playing with their cell phones!). Here's one that's seen success with my 9th-12th graders.
This is a quick Memory game that works well in student pairs to review and practice vocabulary for French reflexive verbs. This packet includes three different game templates (each with 16 cards) designed to practice the following common reflexive verbs: se laver, se raser, se lever, se réveiller, se brosser les dents, se brosser les cheveux, se coucher, s'habiller, se maquiller, se promener, se dépêcher, se fâcher, se rappeler, se taire, se peigner, s’inquiéter, s'amuser, s’arrêter, se souvenir, s'approcher, se reposer, s'embrasser, s'asseoir, and s'excuser. The game template can be easily modified to swap these verbs for others, if desired.
In this version of Memory, no two cards are identical. To make a “match,” students should pair each verb with the picture that matches its meaning. For instance, the card displaying the phrase "se brosser les dents" would be matched with the card displaying the image of a woman brushing her teeth.
Happy playing! :)