I was playing cards with the students the other day, and I remembered the old game, Go Fish. It turned out to be a great game for my beginners and gave them lots of chances to practice basic questions with "do".
For those of you that don't know the game:
Each player is dealt 5-9 cards depending on the number of players. The rest of the cards are spread out face down in the middle of the table. This pile acts as the fish pond.
When players have two of the same card, they throw the pair away. As they continue to throw pairs away, the first person to get rid of all their cards wins.
The first player may ask any other player for a card. As an example,
"Do you have any 10s?"
"Yes I do." (passes the 10 to the first player)
"No, I don't. Go fish" (The first player chooses a card from the fish pond)
The game continues to the left with all the players asking for cards.
Again, this is a great review of questions with do. Make sure the students are actually asking the questions.