A sudden surge in popularity for my posts on small talk and talking about your week and weekend for specific language points has inspired me to rearrange my list of EFL dice game PDFs so that it is now organised by target language. (Not sure how it was organised before…)
Including a couple of brand new ones, there are now sections with at least a couple of photocopiable dice games for:
- tenses (adverbs of frequency, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Present Perfect Continuous, narrative tenses, and Unreal Past)
- other grammar (question formation, prepositions, superlative, can/ can’t, and gerunds)
- likes and dislikes
- small talk
- functional language (arrangements, advice, restaurant language, directions, supporting arguments, and meetings)
- telephoning, teleconferencing, and video conferencing
- travel English
- EFL exams (IELTS and FCE)
- vocabulary (phrasal verbs, classroom objects, colours and objects).
Social distanced (real word?) versions include buying them a dice each (it’s ten for about a dollar in my local hundred yen shop) or the teacher rolling each time, maybe with an online dice roller. Or you could switch to coin games, as they should definitely have one coin each.
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