This "Seis" game is a high-energy (yet organized) way to review Spanish family vocabulary, plus possessive adjectives. All you need is dice, this game sheet, and to seat your students in groups, and you're ready to play!
Each student receives a worksheet, and each group of four or five students receives a dice and pencil. They take turns passing the dice, trying to roll a six. The first person to roll it yells "Seis," grabs the pencil, and begins filling in their worksheet. The other students continue rolling the dice and grabbing the pencil once they roll a six. At the end, you go over answers as a class. Each correct answer is worth one point, and each attempted (but incorrect) answer is worth half a point.
My students love this game, and I love it as well. Since a student's score depends on both luck and skill, any student can win!
This Word document contains four pages: the first two pages are the worksheet, the third page has detailed instructions for the teacher, and the last sheet is an answer key. This is a great supplemental activity for the Realidades 5A chapter or the Avancemos 3.2 chapter. Have fun!