Funny grammar with Disney sharacters.
Print, cut and laminate pictures. I use them in different ways.
1. The youngest children take a picture and just say a correct pronoun (he / she / it / they).
2. Older students make sentences using 'to be' (for ex. Fiona is a beautiful princess).
3. Students describe pictures (learning the clothes and colors).
Rules: students take a card and do the task. If they are correct, they save the card. If their sentence has a mistake, they put the card back. I often give more points if one student has some pictures from one movie (2 or 3 pictures of Fiona, for example). It encourages student to continue game even if their answer isn't not correct (they still have a chance to win due to additional points).
My students like these games and some of them propose also they ideas how to use these card.
Level: Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
Student Type: kindergarten, elementary school
Material Type: activity & games, games, grammar drills, picture description
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Upload date: January 30, 2013
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