Included in this file are two versions of the game and game cards.
You need to make one copy of the game cards for each group of students playing. The cards include a variety of common words--some clothing, some food, some school supplies, a lot of cognates.
To play the possessive adjective version, each student has a game board. They take turns drawing one card and placing it in a box that has the possessive pronoun that agrees in both gender and number with the noun on the picture. The game starts out easy but as their cards start to be covered, they will have difficulty finding a spot for their cards. If they can't find a spot, they lose their turn. The first person with one horizontal row or one covered game board wins.
You can play the same way with the adjective board. It has common adjectives like grand, vieux, petit...