Days and Dates- True or False Game


Level: Beginner
Topic: Time
Grammar Topic: Vocabulary
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 8th Jun 2014

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Days and Dates- True or False Game
Without looking below, listen to the thing that your teacher says and show if you 
think that it is true (= right) or false (= wrong) by:


Running and touching the true and false walls


Slapping the true and false cards (maybe before they reach the end of the table)



Holding up the true and false cards (or just your right or left hand meaning those

Write T for true or F for false next to each of the sentences under the fold below. 


Specific days and dates
Today is in March.
Tomorrow is in April.
Tomorrow is Sunday.
Yesterday was Thursday. 
Monday is 31


13 February is Thursday.
14 May is Saturday.

Holidays and celebrations
Christmas is in December.
The teacher’s birthday is in summer. 
Valentine’s Day is in March.
Your birthday is in September.

Before and after
August is before July.
January is before February.
March is before April.
May is before June.
November is before December.
September is before October.

Weather, seasons and seasonal activities
April is in spring. 
August is in summer. 
December is in winter. 
February is in summer.
January is in winter. 
July is in winter.

Written by Alex Case for © 2014

June is in autumn.
March is in autumn.
May is in spring.
November is in summer.
October is in spring.
September is in autumn.

August is cold.
March is hot.
November is cold. 
October is hot. 
There are brown and red trees in September. 
There are flowers in April. 
There are flowers in December.
There is snow in July.
You go skiing in February. 
You go skiing in June.
You go to the beach in January.

Long months and short months
April has 30 days. 
August has 31 days. 
December has 31 days.
February has 30 days. 
January has 31 days. 
July has 30 days. 
June has 31 days. 
March has 30 days.
May has 31 days. 
November has 30 days. 
October has 30 days. 
September has 31 days.

Check your answers as a class.

Test each other in teams or pairs.

Make up similar sentences to test each other with. 

Written by Alex Case for © 2014

Cards to hold up or slap



Written by Alex Case for © 2014

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