In first grade of primary we have been playing a "guess the animal" game to review natural science. By breaking off into pairs, the students come up to the front of the class while one student in each pair is blindfolded. Their partner looks at the board and sees a photo of an animal. Then, the blindfolded student asks their partner about the animal's characteristics such as what its body is covered with, how it moves and what it eats. For example, they can ask, "Does it have fur? Does it have wings? Is it an omnivore?" The other child answers the questions until the blindfolded student eventually guesses the correct animal. In this way, the students review what they have learned in the unit in a fun, practical, and interactive way all while practicing speaking in English.