I hope I did this right, but at the last minute before class I made up an activity to play with the kids.

It's essentially a spy game. We review the targeted language (Do you have an eraser, etc.). Then we divide the class into 2 groups (boys vs. girls) and we made everyone close their eyes and we would walk around the room and tap 2 boys, or 2 girls depending on whose turn it was. Then everyone opens their eyes and figures out who is the "spy." They choose two students and ask the targeted language, "Do you have an eraser?" and the student will either say, "Yes I do," if they are they spy, or, "No I don't," if they aren't. They only get two chances to guess and if they guess right, they will get a point.

This game is really flexible with the number of groups, number of vocab to use and the number of guesses, but working with 3rd graders, we opted to keep it as simple as possible. Hope this helps.

It's essentially a spy game. We review the targeted language (Do you have an eraser, etc.). Then we divide the class into 2 groups (boys vs. girls) and we made everyone close their eyes and we would walk around the room and tap 2 boys, or 2 girls depending on whose turn it was. Then everyone opens their eyes and figures out who is the "spy." They choose two students and ask the targeted language, "Do you have an eraser?" and the student will either say, "Yes I do," if they are they spy, or, "No I don't," if they aren't. They only get two chances to guess and if they guess right, they will get a point.

This game is really flexible with the number of groups, number of vocab to use and the number of guesses, but working with 3rd graders, we opted to keep it as simple as possible. Hope this helps.