This game has all of the vocab words (34 terms) from the Repaso page of the chapter (Realidades 1, 2B). Each card has two 5 x 5 grids, one with English, and one with Spanish. You'll need to provide some kind of markers (like dry beans, little pieces of paper, etc.)
The resource includes:
-a blank lotería card where students can write in their own vocab if you want to do it that way
-seven different versions of the lotería game cards with English on one grid and Spanish on the other
-one sheet of the English words to cut out, mix up, and call from
-one sheet of the Spanish words to cut out, mix up, and call from
This game is played like Bingo. One person pulls the little word cards (or you could do it straight from the sheet and mark them off if you don't want to cut them out) in either English or Spanish, and the players mark the OTHER language (I call "chair" and kids mark "la silla").
I would suggest that if you play whole-class, you use the blank cards and have kids fill them in with the vocab words (so that hopefully no two cards are alike). There are seven variations of the cards, though, so you could use them for a whole class. If kids are paying attention, you'll have multiple bingos. You could use them for smaller groups, in which one student calls the words, and the other kids mark their cards.
I've done it in both Spanish and English so that you can play either Spanish to English or English to Spanish. The purpose is for them to practice hearing the words in one language and identifying them in the other, so be sure to explain to the kids that they need to call one language and mark the other. When a student gets a row, column, or diagonal, you can have them yell "lotería," (or whatever you want!). Going for "blackout" (all the spaces filled) is fun as well.
Also, please check out my quiz for this chapter's vocab! It can be used as an actual quiz or for extra practice. Vocabulary Quiz Chapter 2B Realidades 1