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Chores Connect the Dots Squares game

Chores Connect the Dots Squares game

This is a partner activity. Students take turns identifying chores and then connecting them if correct. The goal is to complete as many squares as possible. Uses the vocabulary for: to clean the bathroom, to clean your room, to cook, to do the dishes, to do the grocery shopping, to do the laundry, to empty the wastebasket, to make the bed, to mow the lawn, to set the table, to sweep, to vacuum, to walk the dog, to wash the car, to wash the windows. Good for any language.
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Lavori di casa (Chores in Italian) Lumaca Snail game

Lavori di casa (Chores in Italian) Lumaca Snail game

This game uses pictures for 16 chores. Students must identify the picture (use in sentences to make it more challenging) as they advance along the snail path. Just pictures are given, so it is easy to adapt for each textbook. Make 1 copy for every 3-4 students; print on cardstock and laminate to keep forever. You need 1 die for every game board. Pictures represent: to dust, to vacuum, to sweep, to take the garbage out, to set the table, to clear the table, to load the dishwasher, to unload the dishwasher, to wash the dishes, to make the bed, to clean your room, the clean the bathroom, to do the grocery shopping, to cook, to do the laundry, to mow the lawn.
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Chores Tic Tac Toe

Chores Tic Tac Toe

Set of 8 Tic Tac Toe boards with pictures of 33 different chores. Can be used for several levels - identify the picture, make a sentence with the picture, use a particular tense, etc. Can be used for any language.
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Lavori di casa (Chores in Italian) Dominoes

Lavori di casa (Chores in Italian) Dominoes

Print on cardstock and cut into Dominoes. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Dominoes have the picture for 1 of 12 chores and the expression in Italian for 1 of 12 chores. Play like a normal game of Dominoes. Easy to edit to match the vocabulary from your text.
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Chores Connect 4 game

Chores Connect 4 game

Connect 4 game using the vocabulary for 16 different chores. Students must correctly identify the coordinates of the square (wash the car and set the table). If wrong, the partner gets the square. Partners alternate turns. The goal is to get 4 squares in a row (vertical, horizontal, diagonal). Other than the title, game has pictures only, so may be used for any language.
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At what time Partner speaking activity

At what time Partner speaking activity

Students take turns asking and answering questions. Each student has 6 questions to ask and 6 questions to answer. (At what time do you have math class? I have math class at 9:15.) Subjects used: art, history, biology, math, computer science, music, English, physical education, French (easily editted for any other language), science, geography, theater.
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ITALIAN VERBS CHRISTMAS I HAVE WHO HAS?

ITALIAN VERBS CHRISTMAS I HAVE WHO HAS?

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING ITALIAN LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTICING AND REVISING 99 ESSENTIAL ITALIAN VERBS - TWO GAMES AND CHALLENGES, PERFECT FOR SOME FESTIVE CHRISTMAS FUN! I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a great game for practicing, refreshing and embedding essential high-frequency ITALIAN VERBS. It’s a whole-group communicative game, with a multi-skill focus on speaking, listening, reading, vocabulary-building and developing accurate pronunciation. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers helps to embed vocabulary in the memory - the games really do help to create a lively language learning environment, and are a great alternative to more traditional 'drilling' activities. This set features 99 high-frequency ITALIAN VERBS with two games and two challenges CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features the ITALIAN verbs in alphabetical order CHAMPION CHALLENGE features the verbs in topsy-turvy order, which really encourages your students to focus on their ITALIAN verbs I've classed the resource as suitable for Grades 7-12, as it really does depend on the age at which your students begin ITALIAN, the stage they are currently working at, and what areas of learning they might need to focus on currently. The games work well if you're homeschooling too - simply ask HERE IS, WHERE IS...? I've included a full ITALIAN-English alphabetical list of all verbs, which students find useful as a learning support and reference resource, The resource itself consists of a single, non-editable file; I've added a selection of preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. GRAZIE MILLE E BUON NATALE!
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