These cards can be used for two of my students' favorite games, and I hope your students love them as well! This goes along with the Realidades 3A chapter for level 2, and both could be played during the unit on different days.
For the Pictionary Game: Students sit in groups of four, and two students pick up a card, draw it, and hope that their "teammate" across from them will be the first to guess it in Spanish. Students take turns drawing (which helps them build connections between the vocab terms and visuals) and guessing (which helps them practice pronunciation). All students have a job at all times (drawing or guessing) and are highly engaged!
For the Circumlocution Game: Students again sit in groups of four, and two students work together to describe the term on a card, but only in Spanish. The other two work together to guess which term is being described. They keep switching roles after each correct guess The first group of four to get to ten correct guesses wins! They may use the handy "cheat sheets" seen in thumbnail 4 for help, as well as any notes.
I recommend playing the Pictionary game right after students are introduced to the new vocabulary, and playing the "Describe Diez" circumlocution game a couple of days later to review. I hope your students enjoy practicing Spanish through these games!