Included are several practices on recognizing -RE verbs and completing/writing sentences conjugating the verbs correctly.
There is also a conjugation practice that has a built-in self-check. There's a list of verbs in English at the top. I have students fill-in the French. The bottom of the page has a "word bank". Students will find the French equivalent of the English and note the number associated with the French. They can color the number in the picture on the second page. When completed correctly, what is colored will form a picture that matches the title of the activity.
There are also two battleship-like games where the kids fill in the conjugation of the verbs for various subjects. Once the answers are verified, the students outline the cells of conjugated forms to form "ships." I have them make a "ship" of two boxes, one of three, and one of four (no diagonal allowed). Students face each other and keep their boards hidden. Students take turns saying a conjugation. If the other student selected that form as part of a "ship," the attacking student goes again. If not, the attack misses and the turn is over. The game is over when one students "ships" are all "sunk"