Phrasal Dominos 2.0

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There are different ways you can use dominos to practice using phrasal verbs. This activity is a mix of IN, ON, AT – Preposition Dominos and Funtastic Phrasals!.

Download this document, print it and cut it!

phrasal dominos

Instructions

Tell your students to take the same amount of dominos (it will depend on how many students you have) and place 1 in the middle of the table.

In turns, students have to match the verbs and the adverbial particles to form phrasal verbs. The student who created the phrasal verb should then speak a sentence with that verb to show that he can use it properly.

The first student out of dominos wins.

 

Have fun!

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IN, ON, AT – Preposition Dominos for Basic and Pre-intermediate Students

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Good day to you!

This activity is nothing new really, I have seen many teachers do this ESL activity but as I wanted to make myself a  nice printed set. I thought I’d share it with you.

The game is extremely simple yet efficient. Share the tiles betweens all your students. If they are very low put them in pairs. The purpose of the game is to be the first one without a domino left.

How to play:

Gather your students around a table. Place one domino in the middle of the table. Now a student needs to add one of his own dominos by matching the preposisition (in red) and the words (in black) correctly. There are many possible moves.

Everytime a student puts down a domino, he must form a sentence using the preposition+noun he created. If the student cannot place a domino, his turn is skipped.

Free download:

in, on, at – preposition dominos

 

Let me know how it went in your class!

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