Hello! Since we’re going to celebrate Easter this weekend here in Romania and the kids (and the teachers!) are a couple of days away from a two-week spring break (oh-god-yes), I thought I’d make an Easter-related board game that involves more movement and is hopefully more fun. Also, this time it’s in Word, so you can edit it if you want.
So without further ado, here it is: Easter Board Game final. I plan on using it with my stronger Movers. Hope they’ll have fun with it.
Well, that’s it. Don’t forget to like and share and if you have any suggestions, I’d be more than happy to read them.
Have a great spring!🌼🌼🌼
This is a board game that can be used to practise the use of infinitives and gerunds.
Download here: gerundinfinitive.
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This is similar to the worksheet I posted earlier about the steps of decorating a Christmas tree. However, this one can be used for any kind of “how-to” writing activity that you might want to organize in the classroom. Get your students to focus on the steps of a writing activity with the help of this very straightforward worksheet: HowToSteps.
Design by @Eugenia.