Lie vs. Lay Review Game: Use this fun, whole-class PowerPoint game (30 slides + 5 printable pages) to review what you’ve already taught about the past, present, and past participle tenses of “Lie” and “Lay.” It uses the words (Lie, Lay, Lain—Lay, Laid, Laid). This works great as extra practice or review before a quiz or test. Download the free preview to see the detailed teacher instructions, recording sheet, game slides, and optional absent student worksheet version. (Answer keys provided.)
Game Play (more details on included teacher instructions):
Students sit with partner and recording sheet. As sentences with blanks are shown, they discuss and record the word they believe goes in the blank. At the end of the round, the teacher clicks through an answer slide, students correct their answers, and the pair with the most correct wins. The next round would go faster to increase the excitement. There is a practice round and two full rounds with ten sentences each.
This game is included in my larger “Lie vs. Lay Pack”
which includes a poster and other activities to practice this grammar skill.
Looking for a way to introduce the lie vs. lay topic before this game? Try my “Lie vs. Lay Poster/Handout”
Like this game design? The design is used in a similar game called Sentence Types Review Game: Simple, Compound, Complex
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