This game gets students moving around, speaking Spanish, and practicing the verb tener in the tú and 3rd person singular forms. Note, the vocabulary goes along with McGraw Hill's Asi se dice Capitulo 2, but can easily be used in other classrooms as well.
1. Each student receives a BINGO sheet.
2. Students move around the room asking the questions on the BINGO sheet. For example, "¿Tienes ojos verdes?" When they find someone who can answer “sí” to the question, they write a complete sentence with that person’s name in the BINGO square ("Sí, Lola tiene ojos verdes”).
3. Whoever gets a BINGO first wins!