This board game is a fun way for you to help your class get extra practice with reflexive pronouns. Each space on the board includes a fun new sentence with a new topic and picture to match. The students must plug in the proper elements to each sentence in the blanks included to give them ownership over each sentence. This way they are able to creatively engage with the topics and also get in valuable practice with English, while they walk away with a large toolbox of ways to use reflexive pronouns in their daily conversations.
This game can be used in ESL and EFL classrooms with no adaptations. No lesson plan included. This game is intended for practicing elements the students have already learned and now need to practice in hands-on scenarios.
I'm always looking for a fun way to keep my students engaged with learning English. At my school I spend three lessons practicing the same kinds of language every time a new concept is introduced. The students I'm teaching are particularly bored with English and really have a heavy attitude of not wanting to be in class. I find it a fun challenge to keep them interested and entertained with the topic on hand.
1 game board with reflexive pronouns on each square landing space - which can be printed on two A4 or A3 pages
2 sets of action cards to keep the students engaged with the sentence practice and guessing what will happen next - which can be printed double sided on two A4 pages
This board game takes 4 students about 40 minutes to play using one dice. In a larger class, use two dice to allow students to move faster to the end of the board.