Get your students writing sentences in a fun, engaging way!
Use the present progressive describe what people are doing right now. Includes -ar, -er, -ir, and irregular verbs (yendo).
Students roll 2 dice (or one two times) and use the numbers to determine what they must include in their sentences.
There are 3 sets: In set 1 students will roll once for the person and again for which verb to use. Set 2 requires an additional die/roll and asks for more information in the sentence (with whom/where/why). The last set only uses 2 dice again, but does not limit students to which verb they can use. Instead, the numbers will determine who is doing something and where.
For each set:
Pages 1 and 2: have different sets of people to talk about / verbs
Page 3: Teacher, Class, or Pairs (you decide) choose the people to write/talk about
Page 4: Spaces for people are blank again for you to decide who chooses them, but the difference is that there are already numbers given with which to create sentences (so there is no need for dice).
*I like to give them a minimum number of words they must have (will differ depending on level) or tell them what pieces of information they must have (w/whom, where, when, why, etc.) If I want to make it last longer, I will gradually add more. For example, first they just need to include where. After a bit, they must include where and when. Then, I'll say they have to include where, when, and why, etc.