Updated: May 3, 2019
Well that was a lot, and I mean A LOT, of work 😅 But I am very happy with the final effect which I am going to not only show you but also share with you! 🎉🎉
I'm still working on countable and uncountable nouns with grade 4. We are now covering picture description with "there is/are" putting it all together. I wanted to make something that will really drill this sentence structure. I already have something but it's using "toys" and "furniture" vocab (check it out here) and I wanted something with "food".
I spent one evening sitting in my bed staring at the wall, thinking . . . I knew I wanted to make a board game but I didn't want it to be exactly the same as every other game I have in my classroom, only with different grammar and vocab. It took me two days to perfect the idea but I think I've made something that will get my kids really excited 😁 And here it is:
The game's called "What's in the fridge?!". It's composed of a board, cards, and golden "coins". You need counters and dice to play it. Here are the rules:
you set a time limit on each game, e.g. 10 minutes
you roll the die and move along the board
if you land on a space which says "pick a card" you ... pick a card 😝 from the pile in the middle