A very interactive activity for student to practice verb forms.
After rolling the dice or spinning the spinner/top, players choose a square on the board that corresponds to the correct verb form. To score points, players need to fill in a square that is touching another square that is colored in and they mark the points on the bottom of the board. I usually use different variations of the activity to keep students interested.
Cut out the spinner shapes and place a pencil or match-stick through the center so that it can be used as a top. One spinner top has subject pronouns and the other has infinitives. You can also put a paper fastener in the middle with a paper clip attached to use it as a spinner.
Students use the dice sheet. One die is needed and a first roll corresponds to the subject pronoun and second roll to an infinitive.
Mix the first two versions and use one spinner and one dice sheet.
You can create these in a table using WORD. You can also download these activities below:
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