A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
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Subject Questions Drawing Game with Animal Vocabulary and Clothes Vocabulary
Choose a question and answer from below, ask the question, then draw something that
should get that answer from your partner, e.g. a very long scarf for “A giraffe does”. They
can also guess before you finish drawing if they like. If they can’t guess from your drawing,
you can also draw something different with a cross through it, e.g. a crossed out short
What animal wears this scarf? A giraffe does.
What kind of bird wears these classes? An owl does.
Which animal sat on the house? An elephant did.
Who ate this lunch? A sheep did.
Who had lunch here? A monkey did.
Who has been eating the boat? A shark has.
Who has been eating this snack? A goat has.
Who has been sleeping in the bed? An octopus has.
Who has shoes like these? A horse does.
Who has this hairstyle? A lion does.
Who has this tail? A pig does.
Who has walked through this wall? A rhino has.
Who has worn this shirt? A pig has.
Who is hugging this girl? A bear is.
Who is hiding under the blanket? A snake is.
Who lent shoes to this boy?/ Who gave shoes to this boy? A kangaroo did.
Who lives here? A snail does.
Who lives in this house? A bird does.
Who played with this ball? A porcupine did.
Who turns into this adult? A caterpillar does.
Who walked in this snow? Bigfoot did.
Who wants this vegetable? A rabbit does.
Who wears these gloves? A spider does.
Who wears this hat? A rabbit does.
Who wears this sweater? A zebra does.
Who will eat this lunch? A bird will.
Whose feet have been in this snow? A bird’s have.
When the teacher stops the game, look at the pictures you drew and try to remember what
the questions were.
Make your own similar questions and short answers with drawings for each other.
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