Mike Astbury has published an article on phrasal verbs on the Cambridge University ELT blog.
Astbury says, “This low preparation game is designed to help students practise a language structure with micro-writing, and create memorable sentences and pictures that reinforce its meaning. In this example I’m looking at phrasal verbs with an upper-intermediate (B2) class but it’s highly adaptable and could be used with a variety of vocabulary or grammar.
You need some small pieces of paper, big enough for a single sentence. I use a guillotine to chop up some A4 paper as shown below:
You also need a piece of A4 paper for each student. I always use scrap paper since it doesn’t matter if there’s something printed on the back”.