My Key Stage 2 Spaniards and I have been having fun over the last few weeks with a new game - Veo veo. It's the Spanish equivalent of I Spy, and works in much the same way as Which card?
Veo veo has a rhyme to start it off:
I played the game using animals, as above, with Year 3 while we were learning cave-painting animals. We practised the rhyme together (Escuchad y repetid). Then I chose an animal and started off the rhyme. Once I had said "¡Un animal!" the children took it in turns to guess which one I was thinking of. The one who guessed correctly then took over the game and started off with "Veo veo". I also played it with Year 5 this week using weather phrases and they were very motivated by it.
I Spy isn't quite as interesting in French as it doesn't involve a dialogue, but it's still worth a try: