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Feelings and Routines – Speaking Board Game


Feelings and Routines – Speaking Board Game


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In this Speaking Board Game, students revise vocabulary related to their routines and how they feel about them.

You will need dice and counters for each group of students.

This A2 speaking activity is perfect to revise daily habits and a great opportunity to practise question formation in a relaxed and playful manner that your students will love, as they will fix contents through play.

 

 

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