how to play
It's a fun whole-class reaction exercise to practise prepositions of place in English. In this loop game, there are no loosers or winners, and it doesn't have an end, so you should set up a specific time or number of rounds. The game also requires concentration, kids must listen for their turn and try not to break the chain.
- Distribute the cards randomly to kids. Some students may get more than one card.
- Choose a player to begin by reading their card aloud. For example, I have a newt in front of a boot. Who has an ant behind a plant?
- Kids check their cards and if they have the answer, they read it aloud, then ask the question which is on their card.
- When the chain circles around to the first student, the game can be over.