This is a very simple Battleship game which can be played in teams (2 vs 2, a groupd of students vs a teacher) or in pairs.
Students practice using common body part names: arm, ear, leg, hand, foot, eyes, nose, thumb. As well as some adjectives:
- antonyms: big/small/huge/tiny, strange/unusual/weird/normal
- and colours: pink/blue
To make a shot a student should pronounce a phrase, e.g. 'big hand'. If the student hits or kills the opponent's ship, (s)he can shoot once more. If the student misses, his opponent takes turn to shoot.
More fluent students can be challenged by pronouncing whole sentences such as "He has got a big ear". The sentences should be grammaticlly correct, but sometimes they can be funny, e.g. "He has got a blue nose".
P.S. Go through the pictures and the words before starting the game to make sure your students are familiar with all the words.