End of The Year Activity – DIY Board Game for Kids

Bernadett Bacskó | 2021.05.31

As summer draws near it’s getting more difficult to maintain students’ attention. Dedicate one of the last lessons to practise the English language in a meaningful and fun way. The BOOKR Team created a board game earlier this year, which proved to be a great success. So BOOKR Class has now created a summer version to make your last English lessons of the year cool and engaging.

throw and glow summer edition

Preparations

Divide the class into smaller groups of three or four students and distribute the board game, a deck of cards, a dice and figures. If necessary, go through the instructions on the fields. 

Fields

  • START: Put the figures on this field to start the game.
  • FINISH: The person who reaches this land first, wins.
  • Roll the dice again
  • Pick a card: Pick a card from the deck, read the question loudly and answer it for your partner/group.
  • Go backwards 2 steps: When you arrive at this field, go backwards 2 steps.
  • Swap places: When you arrive at this field, swap places with a player of your choice.
  • Move forward 2 steps: When you arrive at this field, move forward 2 steps.
question card of throw and glow summer edition

DIY Board Game for Kids

Although we prepared a set of 32 question cards for you and your class, there’s also the opportunity for you to use the board game in your own way. All you have to do is download the question card templates and create your own deck of cards. 

empty question card of throw and glow summer edition

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