In this game modeled after Go Fish, novice-level Spanish speakers practice asking and answering questions to reinforce their knowledge of Spanish pronouns, ser conjugations, hay, and question words (de dónde, cómo, quién). This helps students understand how words work together in sentences in Spanish, and it familiarizes the students with words that go together. Needless to say, it also pushes them outside of their comfort zone to begin speaking Spanish! I used this as a station in my own class, and it worked wonderfully!
Students ask another student a question that they have in their hand. If that student does not have the answer, he/she replies "No lo tengo." If they do have it, they respond by saying the answer and handing over the card. Once all of a student's questions have been asked, they may begin saying the answer and asking for the matching question. Whoever has the most matches at the end of the game wins!
You may use this product for your classroom only. You may print out copies for yourself and your students, but it is not for commercial use.
Ser & Pronoun Question Game: Go Fish
by Karly Pancake
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License
Included: Teacher Instruction Sheet, Game cards ready to be printed, laminated, cut, and played with
If you liked this activity, check out the same game used with Indirect and Direct Object Pronouns! Indirect / Direct Object Pronoun Go Fish Game