This is a standard game for reviewing material, language production, getting to know classmates and for lots of other uses.... Here are a few of the games available. Game instructions here.
Also use standard bingo cards or these excellent picture sets for more functional prompting of language using pictures (much better way to practice language production and less reading / writing skills - students just ask the question and write the student's name over the picture.).
Some more FSW games...
Full set of FSW games including:
would like / studying / past / future / pres. continuous / conditional / hobbies / always / love / like / health / has to / has got / appearance / adverbs / christmas / clothes / computers and more ....
Here is a timely one for Valentines.
Find someone who love .....
A few more very basic beginner level Find Someone Who games. Plus how to play the game description.
Here are some cool Find Someone Who card sets. Just cut up and get students finding the people who match the card or the cards on a whole card set. Multi tense review.
Also use the template. Students can make their own Find Someone Who cards and you can use them in class for the activity.
Like these cards? Check out our full book of dozens of printable sets and activities - Get Speaking.
This is a nice warmer, getting to know you classroom activity.
Students brainstorm who is "best at" certain things. They debate and make a list and share.
View this presentation on the use of "best at" prior to the activity.