My students loved this activity! They even wanted to speak more Spanish! This is similar to the "Never have I ever" game. The first worksheet gives the students ideas of what to do and how to form their sentences. Print the last 2 pages on colorful cardstock (You may need to make multiple copies). Then cut out and give 10 to each student. You can also laminate them for future use.
Students can get into groups and play. When the first student reads their "I have never statement" in Spanish, if the rest of the group has done it, they throw down one of their 10 cards. The person with the most cards at the end wins. Students loved trying to think of phrases. If the concept of present tense is new to your students, this activity could take an hour, because students have to work harder to think of new sentences. If they know the material well, it takes 20-30 minutes.