Present Continuous and Prepositions Drawing Dice Game

Level: Beginner

Topic: General

Grammar Topic: Verbs and Tenses

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Present Continuous and Prepositions Drawing Dice Game

Throw a dice five times and draw sentences from below on the board or one large piece of
paper, e.g. “He’s reading under a green bed” if you throw “3, 4, 3, 3, 3”. “I”, “You” and “We”
should be pictures of yourself and your partner or teacher. “He” and “She” can be any girl 
or boy.

 

First roll

Second

roll

Third roll

Fourth

roll

Fifth roll

1

I’m

walking

on a

black

river

2

You’re

standing

in a

red

house

3

He’s

sleeping

under a

green

bed

4

She’s

reading

next to a

blue

sofa

5

We’re

swimming

in front of

a

orange

chair

6

They’re

sitting

behind a

yellow

train

Make your own dice grid below the fold, without looking above to help if you can.

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Your own Present Continuous and prepositions drawing dice game

First roll

Second

roll

Third roll

Fourth

roll

Fifth roll

Sixth roll

Play the game again, maybe after swapping with another group.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014