Find Someone Who...


Tip: Find Someone Who...

How do I do it?
On a blank sheet, make a grid with tasks in each space related to the content you are studying. Copy and give a grid to each student who then must find someone who can demonstrate the task and record the answer or their name in the space.  Examples: "Find someone who can define and give 2 examples of the words below: law, democracy, bill, Senate, House, committee etc." or "Find someone who can draw an example of each term below: amphibian, omnivore, reptile etc." or "Find someone who can solve the problems below: 2+1=, 1-2= etc." or "Find someone who likes the same as you: color, number, food, music, movie, book etc." 

Variations & Extensions
Do this bingo style and explain students who complete 4 spaces in a row win; give points for the number of spaces filled in correctly or the number of different spaces students signed for others; fast-finishers can create their own "Find Someone" boards; use visuals to help lower level language learners.

Common Core ELA Speaking and Listening Standard 2
Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally.

Click here to download the "People Bingo" downloadable (for fourth grade and up).

Looking for a simpler version? Try this one! Made with pictures in each box so that all students can play, regardless of their proficiency level!

Tricia Gallagher-Geurtsen
Tricia Gallagher-Geurtsen


Leave a comment

Comments have to be approved before showing up.

Everyday ELL is now Every Language Learner.