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Board Games and Board Game Templates
A great way to teach many language points in an enjoyable, relaxing atmosphere is by using board games. They can be used in any classroom environment, from one-to-one up to large classes that can be divided into smaller groups.
Below, you'll find both complete board games, devised to teach particular grammar or vocabulary and also empty board game templates that you can download and adapt for your own teaching situation.
Most of the board games are available in both A3 (297mm x 420mm/11.7in x 16.5in) and A4 (210mm x 297mm/8.3in x 11.7in) sizes and also in PDF and Word Doc formats. To download the board games, simply click on either the PDF or Word Doc icon.
Empty Board Game Templates
On this first page of board game materials, you'll find just empty board game templates. The grids/squares are there for you, but you get to decide what to write. This allows you as the teacher to print off a template, then construct a board game for your students to revise, for example, colors, past tenses, conditional, inviting/suggesting and a hundred other grammar/vocabulary/speaking topics. The limit is your imagination.
On the pages following this one are board games specifically designed to practice a particular language point.