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✿ Present Perfect Tense FLOWER RELAY✿
Interactive whole-group class conjugation game! Students compete in small relay teams to complete their flowers on the white board!
9 GAME BOARDS FOR DIFFERENTIATION!
3x Level 1 Flower Relay game boards (5 petals, regular verbs only)
3x Level 2 Flower Relay game boards (6 petals, irregular verbs only)
3x Level 3 Flower Relay Game boards (8 petals, regular and irregular verbs)
Color version as well as black and white version included, and visual example included!
✿ ✿ ✿ FLOWER RELAY Instructions ✿ ✿ ✿
✿ Separate your class into small groups of 4-5 students.
✿ Print one (or more!) game board for each group. Cut out the flowers, and hang them with magnets or tape on your whiteboard. (See below for explanation of levels)
✿ Students will perform in a relay to walk up to the board and complete ONE of the conjugations on the flower. They will write their answer in dry erase marker on the whiteboard next to the corresponding petal. Once they write one answer, they walk back to their table and pass the marker to the next student. After answering, they go to the back of the line in their group.
The first team to finish their flower(s) wins!
✿ Worried about students getting “stuck?” Consider allowing them to “phone a friend” with the understanding that they will receive a 5 second time penalty!
✿ Decide which level is right for your class at the moment:
Level 1 has 5 petals and regular verbs only.
Level 2 has 6 petals and irregular verbs only.
Level 3 has 8 petals, and includes both regular and irregular verbs.
✿ You can differentiate within the flower levels by having each team complete 1, 2, or 3 game boards to win!
✿ One last way to differentiate would be to print copies for each small group, and have them work at their table by writing directly on the flowers rather than competing in a relay at the whiteboard. This could also be used as a station activity in this way, as long as you print copies for each group :)