This word document is a Spanish Pet Survey activity to practise talking about pets.
Students ask the question:
¿Tienes animales en casa?
To which their classmates reply:
Sí, tengo ___________________________
No, no tengo un animal.
There is a box to remind students how to use plurals:
Normally we add an s e.g. un perro, dos perros.
If the noun ends in a consonant we add es e.g. un ratón, dos ratones.
Un pez, but dos peces.
There is also a suggested extension box:
Se llama = he/she/it is called.
Se llaman = they are called.
To ensure that the students are using the target language I sometimes secretly choose my "secret policemen" who report students heard speaking in English. At the end of the game they have to perform a forfeit e.g. to sing the names of the animals in the style of an opera singer!