This is a game I like to have ready for when there are a few extra minutes in class. All you need are some dice (I bought *quiet* foam ones at the dollar store), pencils, and this worksheet. The game can be customized for any vocabulary.
To play the game, separate your class into groups of two (you can play in a group of three if necessary). Each group needs one pencil, one die, and two worksheets (one for each person).
To begin, one partner has the pencil and one partner has the die. The partner with the pencil translates the words from English to Spanish or Spanish to English. The partner with the die rolls until they get a six and they yell "¡Tengo seis!". Once the die roller gets a six, they *gently* steal the pencil from their partner and the rolls switch.
The winner is the one who gets their worksheet finished first or the one who has the most correct at the end of a certain amount of time.
This worksheet is already set up using regular preterite verbs, but as mentioned, can be used with any vocabulary you choose!