You will love this game if you are a storytelling or CI teacher and especially if you teach elementary, middle and first year of high school Spanish. TPRS teachers have also found it very useful.
This Chance game (is basically another name for "Bingo") is a fun way to review 60+ of the most common High Frequency Structures used in Spanish. The game mainly focuses on 3rd person present tense but it can easily be adapted (by the caller) to practice other tenses.
These common structures are needed to get children to produce meaningful language. High Frequency Structures are simply functional chunks of language. They include conjugated verbs, words and expressions that are commonly used by native speakers. Students pick up these structures extremely fast without necessarily understanding the grammatical structure. They do however learn where and when to use them when communicating.
The game includes instructions, 40 different Chance cards and a callout sheet. The illustrations are very clear and of excellent quality. The product has 52 pages.