My Spanish immersion students REALLY need practice with the verb gustar! It is especially challenging for them to use the plural form correctly. I created these games to give them some fun yet repetitive practice. These are great games for morning meeting and gets all of the students to participate...they don't even realize they are practicing and perfecting their grammar!
Students practice different forms of the verb gustar, including "A quien le gusta," "A mi me gusta/n" and "A ti te gusta/n".
This pack has three games. Each game has 30 cards. The games are Gustar Zip around with verbs, Gustar Zip Around with plural nouns, and Gustar Match Up.
For Gustar Zip Around:
Students stand in a circle and each receives one or two cards, depending on the size of the class.
One student starts by reading the bottom of his/her card (A quien le gusta…) The student who has the corresponding activity then responds (A mi me gusta…) and reads the bottom of his/her card.
Play continues until all the cards have been called.
For Gustar Match Up:
The object of the game is for students to find the peer that has their matching card. They do this by asking others the question “A ti te gustan…?” and naming the item on their card. Peers respond to one another by saying “No, no me gustan…” if they do not have a match, or “Si, si me gustan…” if they do have a match.
The game ends when all students have found their matching peer and are sitting in the circle.
Hope these games help your students with this tricky verb! While these games were designed with elementary-aged immersion students in mind, I imagine they would also work in a high school foreign language setting as well.
You may also be interested in my other Spanish grammar games or buying this set as part of a BUNDLE:
Spanish Speaking Grammar Games Bundle
"Sinonimos y Antonimos" Game
Keywords: Spanish, grammar, gustar, forms, verb, practice, morning meeting, games, immersion, foreign language