Do you, like me, sometimes feel that your use of games in the MFL classroom is getting a bit stale and that you tend to stick to the same old few. Now that the end of term is approaching and we might consider using a few more games in the last few days, I thought it would be a good idea if we could start a thread with ideas for fun MFL games. Please add a game if you choose to read! Looking forward to (hopefully!) receiving your suggestions. Game name: la pomme empoisonnee (poison apple) materials needed: small card 'apples' in a variety of colours to practise: colours, idea of adj.(in this case, colour) coming after noun year group: younger pupils, eg. yrs 7 & 8 Show the apples to the pupils, practise the colours 'c'est la pomme rouge', etc. Volunteer goes to other side of classroom and turns back to class. We decide on an apple to be 'poisoned' and pretend to sprinkle it on. Volunteer comes back and pretends to munch his way on the apples, taking each one in turn and saying what it is: 'c'est la pomme verte..jaune...bleue...etc. etc. When he gets to the poisoned one, the class shriek out 'tu es mort', or whatever 'you're dead' is in the TL. They get to then do practice convulsions which they love! Winner is the person who manages to collect the most safe apples. I did mean for this thread to contain general vocag games, but this is all I have time to post right now. What's your favourite game?