"Yo tengo...¿Quién tiene?" is the Spanish version of the “I Have... Who Has...?” game and can be used by the whole class to review fruits and vegetables.
The game includes 2 sets of 27 fruit/veggie cards. (Cut each page into 4 individual cards)
The 1st set asks for the item in English and then answers in Spanish, the 2nd set asks for the item in Spanish and then answers in Spanish. See thumbnails to see the example of each set.
You can print a few sets of these cards and break your class into groups of four or five and have each group take a set of cards to play with. You can also use one set for the entire class if you would like. (If you have fewer than 27 students in your class, some students will need to hold multiple cards during the game as it is important that all cards are used for the game. )
The first person reads the card: "Yo tengo las uvas. ¿Quién tiene the orange?" The student with "Yo tengo la naranja" (orange) will then state, "Yo tengo la naranja" and continue reading the question on their card.
This is a great way to work on pronounciation, listening and vocabulary skills as a classroom!