Describe what it is
- The children should be able to remember the vocabulary.
- The children should be able to describe the pictures on the board.
- The children should be able to distinguish between fruit and vegetable.
- The children should be able to guess and name the word.
I divide the class in two groups. I need a volunteer of each group. The volunteers take their
chairs and come to the front. The volunteers sit with their backs to the board and look right to
their groups. I put a picture on the board. The groups have to describe the word without using
this word. The group which has guessed and named the word first, gets a point. After 15
minutes I stop the activity. We add the points and the group with the most points is the
I´m going to divide you in two group. This is the one group (show it) and this is the other
group (show to them). I need one volunteer of each group.
Please come to the front. Take your chairs with you.
I´m going to put up a picture on the board. You describe the picture to your team member.
Don’t use the word. An example: I put the word “carrot” on the board and you describe it like
this: It´s a vegetable. It´s orange. It´s long and rabbits like it very much. (You are allowed to
use body language too.)
The group, who guesses it first, gets a point. The group who gets the most points, is the
Do you understand?
Ok let´s start.
orange, apple, banana, pear, carrot, potato, tomato, garlic, onion, …
It´s orange, red, yellow, brown, white,…
It´s round, long, …
Rabbits, monkeys, … like it very much.
It is a fruit/ vegetable.