Students will be divided into teams. Students will need whiteboards, markers, and dry erasers. There will be questions/prompts to answer. Students have 2 minutes to think and write as many names/answers as they can. The team that has the most names/answers wins the round. Review the grammar point beforehand if necessary (you can use the 例えば/example slide). This game is very flexible in terms of how to play and what it can cover. I have used it for both elementary and middle school. Depending on the class level I allow them to write in Japanese (hiragana/katakana).
If you don't have computer access you can write the prompts on the board or just say them.
You can extend time by giving your own answers and/or making the students say complete sentences using the grammar point.
*Fixed mistakes in 2年 Unit 7 powerpoint, even though I recommend changing slides to suit your class since some questions are specific to my area. Have fun!