Possessives and adjectives pick and draw drawing game

Instructions for teacher

Cut up one pack of cards per group of two or three students. Take out any cards which you don’t think are suitable for your class, e.g. the “Its” card if you haven’t presented that. You can also add extras, but make sure that they are drawable with at least half of the adjectives. Students take turns making sentences to be able to draw that thing on the board or on a piece of paper, with a boy if the sentence has the “His” card, with a girl with the “Her” card, with a picture of themselves with the “My” card, with a picture of their partner with the “You” card or with a picture of a robot with the “Its” card. They then continue adding more things to each picture as they make more sentences. When they finish, ask them to describe their finished pictures with similar language.

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Cards to cut up

His
Her
My
Your
Its

 

body vocabulary

arm ear
eye finger
foot hair
hand head
leg mouth
neck nose

 

classroom vocabulary

bag book
pen ruler

 

food and drink

apple banana

 

household vocabulary

bed comb
cup dinner
TV toothbrush

 

animal vocabulary

bird cat
dog rabbit
snake spider

 

clothes

dress hat
scarf shoe
skirt tie

 

toys

car doll
gun teddy bear

 

is

 

 

angry

 

 

big/ large

 

cold

 

green

 

 

happy

 

huge

 

little/ small

 

 

long

 

narrow/ thin

 

old

 

 

sad

 

short

 

tall

 

 

ugly

 

wide

optional plurals cards

-s

 

are

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