Spanish I Have Who Has - with Food and Direct Object Pronouns

Spanish I Have Who Has - with Food and Direct Object Pronouns
Spanish I Have Who Has - with Food and Direct Object Pronouns
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This is a fun game for students to review food vocabulary and reinforce direct object pronouns. A student reads their card "Yo la tengo. ¿Quién tiene el pastel?" and whoever has el pastel has to respond "Yo lo tengo" and then read the question on their paper. The game continues until all students have read their card and the question loops back to the first student. Students can work to beat their time! This set includes 34 cards. A teacher's guide is included. The game is saved as both an editable Word doc and a PDF.

Food vocabulary includes:
-el agua
-el arroz
-el café
-los cereales
-el chocolate
-los dulces
-la ensalada
-las fresas
-las frutas
-el helado
-el huevo
-el jamón
-el jugo
-la leche
-el maíz
-la mantequilla
-la manzana
-los mariscos
-las naranjas
-el pan
-el pan tostado
-las papas
-las papas fritas
-el pastel
-el pavo
-el pescado
-el pollo
-el queso
-el refresco
-la sal
-la sopa
-el tocino
-las verduras
-las uvas

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Spanish I Have Who Has - with Food and Direct Object Pronouns
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