Are your students tired of the same ol' rote tasks for English? If it's not interesting, the students have a harder time learning it. That's the reason I decided to create this speaking game. Speaking out loud helps to cement what's already been learned. Sentence structure becomes more automatic, and that in turn makes classroom work easier.
A six-sided die that only goes up to 3-4 dots works well for this game. Pawns or glass nuggets are needed for the players.
Object of the game: whoever finishes the day first wins! There's 84 pictures and eight categories: personal care, clothes, breakfast, sports, leisure, school, lunch/dinner, and transportation. The student rolls the die and if they land on one of the categories, they draw a picture from that category and make a sentence with the picture. Landing on a "2" will put you back on a category, and then you have to make a sentence using the progressive form! At the end I added an idea for using the pictures to build interrogative sentences.
If you like word picture association, you'll love this game!
All pictures were created by me. Any photo reference used came from CC0 sources.