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Liven up your classes with this FREE DOWNLOAD of a great game for Halloween, or all year round. Practise prepositions (on, above, behind…) and vocabulary related to houses and furniture.
- Divide students into two rival teams, A and B. For larger groups you can arrange 3 or 4 individual matches.
- Give each team a photocopy. They cut out the spider, and – hidden from the other team – glue it in a place on the picture. If there is any doubt about its exact location, they should write it on the sheet (‘The spider is on the hook’).
- The game is very simple. The first team to find the location of the other team’s spider wins. In turns, they must ask the rivals a YES/NO picture: ‘Is your spider upstairs?’ ‘Is it on something?’ ‘Is it touching the floor?’
- You can change the rules slightly for the second round (the hat). If one team gets it right, they can carry on asking questions until the other team answers NO.