This short activity encourages students to ask each other questions in Spanish. Each student will speak to five others and ask their hair and eye color, recording results by checking off the appropriate answer. At the bottom, there’s space to tally result totals. The paper has questions in Spanish as a reminder, along with visual cues to keep questions in English to a minimum.
This is a good, quick activity to practice new skills or review basic physical description at any point in the year. You can also ask follow-up questions to speak about students in the third person or do some math (in Spanish!) with the totals.