Memory has long been a favorite game for all generations. The object of the game is to work in pairs, say and collect word matches. At the end of the game, the students are to choose 5 to 10 opposites and create sentences.
This game has your students get into pairs or small groups. When they find a matching pair, they must make a sentence using the opposites.
1. Students cut out the clouds cards.
2. They choose the opposites from the list and write them on their clouds cards.
These clouds cards can be used to play the games Fish and Memory. Students have to find the opposite card to the one that they have.
Fish game goes like this:
A: (The student A has the card for 'rich') Do you have poor?
B: Yes, I do. (No, I don't)
If the answer was yes, B gives the card to A and A gets a point. If the answer was no, A takes a card from the deck and continues the game.