draw what you hear!

You can play this game in a private class, a full class, or as a fun way to practice English anytime with friends.

HOW TO PLAY:

One player selects a simple image, maybe from a book, a photo or off the Internet.

Don’t show it to anyone!

The player describes the image, and the other players try to draw it based on what they hear.

The player that is describing the image should start with things that are in the foreground and in the middle of the page.

Players can ask questions. The more questions you ask, the closer your drawing will be the original.

Everyone shows their drawings to the group. How similar are the drawings to the original?

Let’s learn some things that we will need to do this activity.

HOW TO TALK ABOUT PARTS OF A PAGE:

HOW TO TALK ABOUT WHERE SOMETHING IS:

We can review these basic prepositions of place with this GAME.

NOTICE THE USE OF IN, ON AND AT:

DON’T FORGET TO ASK QUESTIONS!

Are you ready to play?