This is a game I use in my Spanish I classes when I teach affirmative tú commands. It includes the eight irregular tú commands. It uses the vocabulary presented in Unidad 4 Etapa 1 of the textbook En Español 1
This document is a board game to practice affirmative tú commands. Put students into groups of 3-5 students. One student is the judge and holds the answer key (which is on the second sheet of the spreadsheet). Give each group a die and enough game markers/tokens for each member of the group (minus the judge). Each student takes a turn rolling the dice. They move their marker along the board (each box is labeled). If they give the correct answer, they get to stay on that spot. If they are not able to give the correct answer, they have to go back to where they were.
The first person to the last box is the winner. Students should play again if there is time remaining. The new judge is the winner of the game.
Click the link below to see my game time vocabulary sheet. Have your students use the sheet when they are playing games to keep them using the target language.
Game Time Vocabulary
Click the link below to see a pair drill to practice affirmative tú commands.
Affirmative Tú Commands Pair Drill