SHOWDOWN is a game that involves every student. Break students into groups of 4-5. Each group gets a copy of the strips (cut each sentence apart on the page you're downloading) in an envelope or simply clipped together. Each student needs a whiteboard or a piece of paper with something to write with.
There is a rotating leader (you can number them or have them go oldest first, tallest, etc). The leader reads the strip in one language (Spanish and English sentences are on each strip). The rest of the group members translate the sentence. This particular version uses ser and estar, body parts, colors, and various adjectives in Spanish. Once the strip is read, the leader counts down (in Spanish!) and all group members write down the sentence. When the time is up ~20 seconds~ leader says "SHOWDOWN" and all students in the group must show their answers. If the WHOLE GROUP gets it correct, that strip gets a point and goes into a pile of correct strips. If even 1 person gets it wrong, they discuss and put it back in the pile. Rinse, repeat with a new leader.
Let me know if you have any questions! I love this game, but not as much as my students do!! This is usually preceded with a mini review lesson and some practice sentences. I SWEAR this works way better than any textbook or lecture!