Present Progressive / Perfect Pronoun Pursuits Board Game
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Since the present continuous is one of the first tenses language learners are introduced to, I find they often still need a lot of practice with things such as pronouns and basic vocabulary (i.e.: community places) as well. This board game is designed to give student practice with the present continuous tense, pronouns, and community place vocabulary. Each of the 24 location cards has the name of the community place and a picture to help students remember the vocabulary. I've also used the game to help my more advanced students practice the present perfect tense.
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1. A for each group.
2. A playing piece for each student. Popular options in my class include , , and milk jug lids.
1. Print a game board and set of cards for each group. I highly suggest them for durability.
2. Cut the cards apart.
3. Gather extra supplies: one number cube for each group, one playing piece for each student. I generally play in groups of 2-4 students.
1. The first person rolls the number cube and takes a card. Using the assigned pronoun (based on roll, key on game board), he/she makes a present continuous or present perfect sentence describing something one might do at that location. (ex: He is checking out a book from the library. -or- He has checked a book out of the library.)
2. If the sentence is grammatically correct, the student rolls the number cube and moves his/her piece. If the sentence is not grammatically correct, the student remains in place.
3. The first person to reach start/finish is the winner.