This is an oral communicative activity in Spanish for students to practice naming foods, as well as the stem-changing verbs Tener, Querer, Preferiri, and Pedir.
-I have included the word doc in case you want to change any of the foods or the verb. If you like it as is, print the PDF.
-Pass out a card to each student that has a picture of a food on one side and the question to ask the next student on the other side. When you print these you will print them front/back, flipping on the short edge.
-Teacher will ask “Quien quiere/tiene/pide/prefiere los tacos?” and the person with the photo of the tacos will respond based on which verb you decided to use. Then they turn their card over and ask the question on the other side of their card so that the teacher only has to ask the question once and students practice both asking and answering.
-continue until the last person asked about the nachos.
I usually write "quiere" on the board then an arrow pointing to "yo quiero" to scaffold the activity for students who need more support.
Since we do these a lot and my kids are trained I can change the prompt on the board to the next verb rather than create an entirely new set of cards (I can write "pide" and arrow pointing "yo pido" and they can figure out how to make the substitution).
I usually do a practice round then a real round for an easy daily grade.