These verb conjugation practices can be used in a variety of different ways. They can be used as practice for classwork or homework (or it is great practice to leave when there is a substitute) or you can use them as verb challenges, like I do. Before explaining what verb challenges are, I want to share that SO many of my students gave me positive feedback on the weekly verb challenges and said it really helped them master conjugation.
I start verb challenges after Christmas break and continue them until the end of the school year. It is a great Monday activity to get the kids minds back into the target language.
Here's how it works: every Monday I hand a verb challenge out to each student face down. I explain that I am setting a timer for 5 minutes and that they should complete as many as they can, as correctly as possible in the 5 minute period. After the time is up, students must trade with someone next to them and check their partner's paper while I project the answers on the screen.
We continue doing each individual challenge until the class has reached an average of 78%. I go in the order that the verb challenges are listed in, but you might feel a different order would be better for your students. Then, we move on to the next verb challenge. To increase competition, I have the classes compete between each other as well.
I average scores using our grading system. We have an option to enter a grade that does not affect the student's overall grade (it is called not for grading in our system). Essentially it allows you track progress. The students really enjoy seeing their progress and it really is drastic!