-->This is adapted from a French conjugation game. In the French version, you have the pronouns down the first column, and verbs across the top row – the blank spaces need to be filled with the correctly conjugated form of the verb for the pronoun that matches the row (see image!)
As conjugation isn’t an issue for Indonesian, I draw up a table on my laptop which I show via the projector with different questions in each box. (questions could be vocab items needing translation) Write the question in the top of the box leaving space underneath within the box for the answer. (alternatively, you could just write it on the board, but then you need to take more care when erasing wrong answers)
Divide the class into 3 to 5 groups, and then number each student within the group (1 to 5 or whatever suits your class size). Assign each group a colour and a corresponding whiteboard marker.
Call out a number. Each student that corresponds with the number called from each group rushes to the front, collects the group’s whiteboard marker and then can write in the answer in any one space on the board that is left (one person per space!). Any incorrect answers are wiped off.
The group that has the most of their colour on the board at the end of the game wins.
Isn't it funny how sometimes it's really simple things that the kids enjoy the most?