I was looking for a fun activity with reflexive verbs this week and I settled on some verb battleship. (Because who doesn’t love a great game of battleship!) We didn’t even have enough time to play, but that’s ok, I’ll keep it on deck for when we do. (On deck! Get it?! On the deck of a ship!?)
It’s been a long week.
Click on the image to go to verb battleship. You’ll be asked to make a copy.
I’ve played verb battleship for years and it was always a bit of a frustrating experience because it always took at least 20 minutes to set up the boards and explain how it worked. I can’t even say why I kept doing it, except I guess I liked all the practice it gave using the négatif and I was willing to sacrifice the time I spent explaining it in English.
This is an interactive slide version (based on a math version from Alice Keeler) that works way better than paper. Like waaay better. Click on the link to view. There are directions on the first slide and be sure to share as “make a copy” in Google Classroom.
You’ll be asked to make a copy and then you can change the verbs to whatever you want!
Verb Battleship – Click to make a copy.