Look, Roll & Answer is a truly fun game. All you need to play it is dice and a timer. A student looks at one of the cards for 10 seconds. Then, they roll the dice and get a question which they need to answer. One pip means question 1 and so on.
The game consists of 52 cards with pictures and 52 cards with questions.
All the cards are numbered and ready to print.
Some of the questions are about the details shown in the pictures, some ask about your students’ opinions and other refer to your students’ experiences and everyday life. As far as the two latter types of the questions go, there are no wrong or right answers. All in all, the game’s goal is to get your students to practise grammar, revise and learn new vocabulary as well as to practise speaking.
So far I’ve used the cards with my students at the age of 11. They really enjoyed the whole experience and most of them didn’t even realise that they were learning. I divided the class into 4 groups of 5 students. I printed out five sets of the cards. Each group got 52 cards and the kids took turns at rolling the dice and answering the questions.
One more thing, I advise printing the cards on thick paper.