This is a game you can use to teach zoo animals. The vocab list includes seal, elephant, rhinoceros, polar bear, monkey, zebra, kangaroo, lion, brown bear, tiger. hippopotamus, gorila, penguin, panda bear, crocodile and giraffe. The set includes the game in black and white to use as an overhead version to play as a whole class, the game in color to use as a table top or floor game in groups and a vocabulary refernce sheet. I prefer to play the game in groups of 4 using the color version. Each group of 4 gets a color version of a game, 2 vocab reference sheets, one dice and 2 game pieces to move on the board-I usually use colored paper clips. Each team has two players. The first teams rolls the die and moves to the square. They must name the animal on the square in order to stay there. The other team can verify if the answer is correct by looking at thier reference sheet. If they land on the square that says Adios, they must slide down to the square it lands them on. The team that makes it to the finish line first wins. The students play as many games as possible in the time alloted.
Hi Amanda - I've been hoping to include your freebie in a blog post for a while now (teachingfsl.blogspot.com). Can I make my own French version based on yours, provided I include a link to your original here? Let me know please! madameaiello AT gmail DOT com (PS: you can delete this question if you don't want others to see it in the future)
OH! I misread your original email. I got it in my head you were interested in my food board games and I converted the breakfast, lunch and dinner board games into French. Those are on my product listings but are not free. I will convert the zoo board game into French and keep that one a feebie as well. Thank you for correcting the error. I will try and get that done as soon as possible :)
This is listed under French as well as Spanish... do you have a version without the Spanish words & the appropriate French instead? If so, I plan to include a link to your product in an upcoming blog post this week about tips for French substitute teachers.