This parts of speech game reminds me a lot of one of my favorite games, Scattergories. It's essentially a review game.
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The teams line up in two lines and the marker gets passed to the person behind you. When you're up, you get a part of speech and a letter of the alphabet called to you and your opponent. The team with the most correct responses at the end of the game wins! Like Scattergories, if the teams have the same answer, neither get a point.
How I keep track of what part of speech/letter combo I called: I lay out my parts of speech cards in a column and stack the correlating letters next to them. When I am reviewing for points at the end, I just look at my stacks and go through them, checking off what the teams have as I go.
My students love this game! It's fast-paced and timed and they get to be on their feet. It's also a great way to assess what they know and what may need to be retaught.
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