How To Play. There are 2 different game sheets, one for upper-case, and one for lower-case. The teacher selects one of either for the game. Divide the class into pairs. Make sure the students have different colored pens. The teacher holds a pack of letter cards, either upper or lower-case. Obviously the cards must be the opposite case to what's on the sheet. The teacher flashes a letter card. The quickest students (of the pairs) to put a circle around the opposite case to that letter get the points for that round. Any disputes can be solved by Rock Scissors Paper. There's a super bonus round at the end. When all 16 rounds are finished, students can tally their scores to determine the winners. As a variation, students could rotate each round (if there are enough students), so that they have a different opponent each round. A class champion and top 10 could be written on the board. You could also just keep it light and let the students compare scores among themselves. Enjoy!