how to play
This is a board game with cards for 2 - 4 players (or teams). There are 3 kinds of cards: green to practise the positive form, red to practise the negative form, and pink cards to practise making questions in English.
- Put playing cards in three piles ( a green pile, a red pile, and a pink pile) face down.
- Take a turn by flipping a coin (heads = move 1 space; tails = move 2 spaces).
- When you land on
a green square - pick up a card from the green pile, then use the picture and words on your card to make a positive sentence, for example, She is seven. Each correct answer gains one green point;
a red square - pick up a card from the red pile, then use the picture and words on your card to make a negative sentence, for example, She is not seventy. Each correct answer gains one red point;
a pink square - pick up a card from the pink pile, then use the picture and words on your cards to make a question, for example, Is it friendly? Each correct answer gains one pink point.
- If you are right, don't move. Write down your score. At the end of the game, add them up for your total score.
- If you are wrong, move back one space.
- The player with the highest score is the winner.