This game provides a fun way for students to learn / reinforce the irregular past tense of a range of over fifty commonly used English irregular verbs.
Two versions of the game board are available. One has a white background and the other has a coloured background. The verbs on the board are in the present tense.
A reference sheet containing the present and past tense forms of the verbs is also included for use during the game by players to verify that the student, saying the past tense of the verb, has provided the correct form of the past tense.
Instructions for the game and a template for making a die are also available. The Instructions can be seen in the preview.
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