Let's spice up our grammar lessons by playing Truth or Dare! When I think about games I used to enjoy as an adolescent, truth or dare is one that comes to mind. While this game can be wild and crazy, Truth or Dare Grammar Style is school appropriate, the building blocks of typical grammar instruction, like the parts of speech, types of sentences, phrases, clauses, and punctuation. This game is a wonderful way to add variety to your test preparation lessons, as it focuses on many of the skills tested on the ACT / SAT English assessments. It's also perfect for a final exam review session. Additionally, the cards can be broken up into smaller groups and used in different segments...use each smaller group of cards as it applies to your current grammar instruction.
This product includes a sheet with directions for play and score keeping. Also, I have recently updated this game! There are now 2 versions...a spicier, goofier version for your extroverts and a tamer, safer version for the introverts. Each version includes 30 Truth cards and 30 Dare cards...120 cards total!
This game is an excellent way to implement differentiation, appeal to students' interests, and allow for a student-centered learning environment. Great for test prep, review, or practice, this product can be utilized as a review activity (small group or whole class) as well as a competition-style game (small group or whole class). It could even be used for regular task card work or station activities.
This product is ideal for any middle or high school classroom that calls for game culture. Make sure your students are familiar with the terms before playing.
I hope this product makes teaching grammar more fun, relevant, and understandable for your students!
***IMPORTANT: This product is included in two larger bundles!
1. Grammar Games Bundle
in my store.
2.Growing ELA Games Bundle
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