Possessive Adjectives Drawing Game

Level: Beginner

Topic: General

Grammar Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs

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Possessive Adjectives Drawing Game

Students choose cards, say the sentence, and can then draw that thing with pictures of 
themselves, their teacher or partner, or another girl and boy. It can help to tell them that if 
they choose the right cards they can draw nice things for themselves and not so nice or 
silly things for other people. With lower level classes, you might want to play without the 
adjectives. As an extension, students can then make their own cards to play the same 
game with, perhaps putting at least thing for one letter of the alphabet like in the bottom 
group of nouns below. 

It’s

It’s

They’re

They’re

my

your

his

her

red

black

light blue

dark blue

orange

purple

pink

brown

green

white

grey

yellow

old

big

small

short

tall

long

happy

sad

thin

fat

ugly

pretty

eyes

hair

nose

mouth

legs

arms

fingers

feet

skirt

dress

shorts

ring

lipstick

high heels

boxing gloves

helmet

sunglasses

pyjamas

handbag

slippers

gun

tank

doll

baby

plane

tractor

motorbike

skateboard

pen

pencil

eraser

pencil case

book

ruler

bag

notebook

toothbrush

comb

brush

mirror

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

cup

towel

house

bedroom

cow

horse

fish

bird

spider

snake

monkey

hippo

ant

frog

snail

beetle

donuts

hamburgers

sausages

watermelon

apple

ball

cat

dog

elephant

fan

giraffe

hat

ice cream

jacket

key

ladder

money

necklace

octopus

piano

queen’s chair

robot

stilts

teddy

umbrella

violin

watch

X-ray

yoyo

zip

and

and

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014