This is one of my students' favorite games, and I hope your kids love it as well!
Students sit in groups of four, and within their groups, there are two teams. One person from each team will begin by being the "artist," and the two artists draw a card together, read it, and put it face-down.
The two "artists" draw a picture, while their two teammates call out their guesses. The first team where the "guesser" calls out the correct Spanish word keeps the card as a point. Then, the artists and guessers switch roles. They keep taking turns until they have gone through all of the cards, or until you have the whole class stop and count their team's points.
I allow my kids to look at their vocabulary notes as a reference, so that this game can be played right after I have introduced the new vocabulary.
Students will need mini whiteboards and whiteboard markers to play the game. I always hear a lot of laughter and Spanish during this game, and I hope your kids enjoy it as well!