At the moment I'm teaching present perfect simple in order to express personal experiences. Since Christmas is coming I thought that my students could practise the target language focusing on their own experiences about the best time of the year!
I made up a set of cards with "Have you ever...?" questions about Christmas.
TYPE OF GAME: CARD GAME
STUDENTS: YOUNG ADULTS/ADULTS A2-B1
LINGUISTIC SKILL: SPEAKING/LISTENING
HAVE YOU EVER... CHRISTMAS QUESTIONS
Just cut out the cards and put them face down on the desk.
Each student turns a card and read the question. Then decide who they want to ask the question to.
Or you can give each student 3 cards (I played with 5 students) and if the person they ask the question answers "Yes, I have" they can get rid of their card by putting it on the desk. But if the person they ask the question, answers "No, I haven't", they have to keep the card. The person who gives away all their cards first, wins! Of course students need to give explanation for their answers if they don't want to pick up their classmates' cards!
I hope you will have fun with your students!