This resource is a great game for pupils to practise saying how often they wear various items of clothing in Spanish using the game battleships.
Pupils work in pairs, and each person needs a sheet with both grids on.
On the top grid, pupils need to fill in a certain number of boxes, five usually works well, but this can be altered. This needs to be hidden from their partner.
Pupils then take it in turns to ask each other how often they wear an item of clothing, using the adjectives of time and the clothing on the sheet. If the item of clothing and the adjective match a filled in box on their partner's sheet, this is a "hit". Pupils need to cross out the square once it has been hit.
Pupils need to mark off on the bottom grid when they have asked about one square, to avoid repetition.
The game ends when one pupil in the pair has managed to hit all of their partner's ships.