#SpanishClassroomActivities: Roba la vaca - Resources for your Spanish Classroom
To play this game, choose a student to be the guardian. This student stands guard by a small stuffed animal while blindfolded. The rest of the class chants “Roba la vaca” while someone chosen at random steals the stuffed animal and hides it. The student standing guard gets to ask three questions (in Spanish) about who stole it. With the information obtained through questioning, he/she must guess who stole the stuffed animal by saying “X tiene la vaca.” If the student guesses correctly a new student must come to the front and stand guard. To give this game a twist, and give your students an opportunity to use different vocabulary, you can also have the guardian guess where they hid the stuffed animal instead of who stole it.
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