Easter Go Fish Card Game (have/have got)
A cardgame to practise Easter vocabulary and have/have got in their various forms.
Divide students into groups of 4 or so and deal 4-5 cards each. The rest go in the middle and make the “pond/pool/”.
On his turn, a player asks someone for a card (Have you got...? or Do you have...?) in order to get 4 of a kind (or 6, depending on how many cards you make). If the player has the card, he must hand it over and the player whose turn it is can ask anyone for another card. If the answer is negative, the player is told to “go fish” and to take a card from the pond and the next person asks for a card. When a player has 4 (or 6) of a kind, he sets them on the table and plays again.
Continue until all the cards run out (all the cards have been grouped together into “families” according to their picture). The winner is the person with the most “families”.
This worksheet contains two of each picture, so I would suggest printing it two or three times to form a set where students can get 4 or 6 of a kind.
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