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10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!

10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!
10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!
10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!
10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!
10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!
10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!
10 Battleship Conjugation Practice Games!
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10 separate games in one purchase. My students LOVE this interactive conjugation game! They love the competition and it reinforces verb conjugation through repetition!

Each game focuses on a different verb tense or variation:
1. Present
2. Present Stem-Changers
3. Preterit (Irregulars)
4. -CAR, -GAR, -ZAR (any tense)
5. Imperfect
6. Commands
7. Future
8. Present Subjunctive
9. Subjunctive vs. Indicative (Doubt vs. Certainty)
10. Subjunctive w/Emotions & EMOJIS!

Objective: To practice verb conjugation tenses in Spanish
Materials: A class set of copies of this game board, pencil
Time: 20 minutes

Directions:
1. Pass out a sheet to each student.
2. Students are placed in pairs & will need a book or binder to block their paper from their opponent.
3. Each student draws 5 ships (pictured below) on their game board (hiding it from their opponent).
4. STUDENT A will choose a subject from the left column and combine it with a verb from the top column, conjugating the verb in the tense indicated.
5. Students take turns calling out the conjugations, guessing where their opponents ships are placed:
Example: STUDENT A: “Tu has puesto la mesa.”

If student A calls out a square on which STUDENT B’s ship is placed, they have sunk part of their ship, and STUDENT B calls out “golpe!” STUDENT A goes again.

6. If there is no ship placed in the square, the other student calls out “falta!” STUDENT B then calls out a subject and verb. And so on.
7. Once a ship has been sunk, the opponent announces, “hundido!”
8. The game is over when a student sinks all of the opponent’s ships, or when time is called.
9. Great for all tenses! Subjects/verbs can be altered for different units, vocabulary, etc.

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10 pages
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