This is the second in a series of smartphone games for the ESL classroom.
In this game, the students see a picture of a monster on their screen, and they describe it to their partner, who draws it. The student giving the description should not look at the drawing. The goal is to get as close to the original picture as possible.
This game will allow students to practise giving descriptions. The monsters have hats and moustaches and things, so there will be some vocabulary practice too. The monsters are brightly colored, so you could use this activity with smaller kids and get them to color in their pictures.
The links are:
Student A (set 1 of five monsters): www.roadtogrammar.com/rp/2a
Student B (set 2 of five monsters): www.roadtogrammar.com/rp/2b
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