Human scavenger hunts are a great way to get kids moving, mixing, and speaking in Spanish! Students work to find students matching specific prompts and they use complete sentences to write in their findings. It is a great review game that is also a name game, ice breaker, and community building activity.
This file includes a 25-question scavenger hunt and instructions for how to use it in class.
This activity reviews Spanish noun adjective agreement. It is intended for Spanish 1 and uses very simple present tense. I tried to stick to very simple vocabulary describing people – hombre, mujer, amigos, chicas, alto, baja, simpáticos, etc. It also has a few clues with clothing in them, but it's editable so you could swap out vocabulary as needed.
No prep - just print and go for 15 minutes of conversation in the target language!
If you like this idea, this product is also part of my Human Scavenger Hunt Bundle
This product is also available as part of my Noun Adjective Agreement Bundle
If you are teaching Spanish 1, this product is also available as part of my Spanish 1 Mega-Bundle