Irregular Verbs Ludo

Irregular Verbs Ludo

Irregular Verbs Ludo 
is a simple no prep way to review/practice irregular verbs with English language learners. This game can be played with a minimum of 2 players and can also be used with larger groups. To play, you follow the same rules as traditional Ludo (click here for more details) but as students move their pieces across the board they must say the past, past participle or both of each verb in the squares. Alternatively you can have students but the verb into a sentence etc.

The board uses the most common irregular verbs in English and is a great way to review them in a fun way.

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