This is a twist on the traditional “Veo, veo” song/game. I used a short version and added a movement component to it. This game has been a hit in my in-person and virtual classes.
This game can be used with anything you are teaching in your classes. I have used it to review vocabulary, with images from stories for retelling and more! As you can see in the video, I used it with my virtual students during our Zoom class and gave them access to the annotation tool.
How to play the game:
- One student chooses a picture of the chart projected in class. That same student says “Veo, veo” (I see, I see).
- The rest of the class responds by saying “¿Qué ves?” (What do you see?).
- The student that said “Veo, veo” says the name of the picture and also chooses a movement for everyone to do. For example, “Veo una cara feliz. ¡Corre!”.
- The rest of the participants start running (in place) once they see the picture.
- Then the student asks a volunteer to point at the picture, and the game starts all over again with a new student choosing the picture.
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Here are some videos with the traditional game:
Have fun playing this game and let me know how it goes! Download the cards HERE!