This is a simple game and drill exercise to be played in pairs, to ask and answer 'where' questions. Each student receives one worksheet and one random 'secret picture card' (Before the lesson print the secret picture card sheets, cut them out, and shuffle them up). The students can glue or tape the 'secret picture card' onto the 'secret area' of their worksheet.
The student then has to find a partner and write their name in one of the three boxes on their worksheet. The students then alternate asking each other 'where' questions; "Where is the cat?", "Where is the apple?", and answering; "It's on the table", "It's by the tree", using their 'secret picture card' to answer the questions. When their friend answers, the student can then label the picture on their worksheet, by drawing a picture, writing the word ('cat', for example), or writing the number that corresponds to each of the five objects. When they have asked each other all five questions, they can compare their 'secret picture cards' and worksheet pictures to make sure that they match.