how to play
This is a game for two players (or teams). In this activity kids practise the forms of verbs. Players take it in turns to roll the dice twice. First to move on the board and find the missing letters in the verb they land on, second to select their grammar task.
- Roll a dice twice.
- Move your marker forward the number of spaces shown on the first dice roll and find the missing letter in the verb in the box you land on. The second dice roll shows your grammar task. For example:
You get a 3 on your first roll. You move from the box 24 to the box 27 and land on the word wr_te. The missing letter in wr_te is i.
You get a 2 on your second roll. Your task: Say it in a negative sentence. Your answer: I don't write poems.
- If you land on a trap box, you have to follow your teacher's instruction! For example: Miss a turn or walk like a duck.
- The first child to reach the finish line is the winner.