This is battleship game is designed to review the present tense of verb. Each student receives a battleship grid on which they place their boats. The opponent then tries to strike their boat by conjugating the verb in the row with the subject in the column. Once all boats have stuck down, the game is over.
This is great practice for regular and irregular verbs. The verbs in the grid are 20 most-used verbs in French, excepting 'falloir.' That means that there are irregulars, and all of our students need the practice with these common verbs. Students like the game, and it prompts a lot of oral practice and receptive practice, as they have to also listen to the verb conjugation in order to track how many boats they have left.
I have my students do the entire game in French, and it is a ton of fun.
See preview for instructions and a picture of the grid.
Best used for French 2-5,and can be used in any tense.