This dice game has students practicing noun and adjective agreement in a fun and competitive way.
Each group of players gets a game board. Players take turns rolling the die twice. The first roll is the vertical number, and the second roll is the horizontal number. The player locates the box of the two numbers and says the correct form of the possessive adjective based off of the subject pronoun and given noun. You could also have students use it in a sentence.
If correct, the student claims the box with bingo chips or coloring it in. Once a box is claimed, it can’t be used again. If a student rolls the die and the box is taken, he/she forfeits the turn.
Groups play until all the squares are covered. Students then count up the points indicated in their claimed boxes. The winner is the student with the most points.