Students play this classic game in pairs to practice conjugating verbs. To play
1. Students get in pairs
2. Each student should choose their own color. You can print these out each time and let them choose a marker or crayon; however, I would recommend printing sheets and putting them in sheet protectors. Then students can use dry erase markers. You could also have students use plastic Bingo chips if you have them.
3. To place a chip/color a square, students must conjugate the verb in Spanish according to the subject pronoun from the left column that lines up with the verb on the top row. Obviously the sheet of paper does not stand up like the actual game, so students must pretend that their pieces fall to the bottom. This means they cannot just play wherever they want; they must play bottom to top, just as the pieces would fall in the real game.
4. The first student to get four in a row (vertical, horizontal, or diagonal) wins!
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