Students love playing this game so much that they forget they are practicing verb conjugations. This review includes regular -AR, -ER, and -IR verbs, as well as reflexive and stem-changing verbs.
1) Divide students into pairs. One student is X. His/her opponent is O.
2) Students take turns conjugating the verbs in the present tense. If they conjugate correctly, they mark the box with an "X" or "O."
3) The first student to get four X's or four O's in a row (diagonally, horizontally, vertically) wins.
NOTE: Each move must start on the bottom-most row! Imagine a real Connect 4 board: when you drop the disk into the standing board, it falls to the bottom. The conjugation game sheet is like that standing board, so each move must start at the bottom-most row.
Each sheet has 2 games (one on each side). Each game usually last 5-8 minutes long.