This is a vocab practice game that the students will play in pairs. It's a one-on-one competition to see who can find the word first. The teacher will say one of the words in English, and the students must find that word in Spanish on the page. The first student to circle the word gets the point.
My students LOVED this game! Every student was engaged in the activity and practicing the language.
This Guerra game is for adjectives - specifically adjectives that are used to describe people, such as short, blonde, French, young, happy, intelligent, etc.
There are a variety of adjectives, including adjectives that end in O or A, adjectives that end in E, and adjectives that end in consonants.
The adjectives have various genders and numbers (ricO, altA, morenOS, hermosAS), so this activity can be used to practice adjective agreement as well as vocab memorization.
Looking for more ways to practice vocabulary and adjective agreement? Check out these resources!
Two Crossword Puzzles for Adjectives
Gender and Definite & Indefinite Articles - Worksheets and Notes
GUERRA - Vocab Word Game - Partner Activity - Useful Phrases
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