Here you are! Is it already time to get your students to learn irregular past tenses? Every real teacher knows that to contextualize words is always better than to memorize them. But the official school program says clearly: KNOWLEDGE OF IRREGULAR VERBS!!!  All together and in one month!  

Don't you feel some pity for those 7 or 8-year-old pupils of yours, who are going to spend their afternoons trying to remember boring verbs?

I usually do and that's why I prepared this customizable domino to print and play.

It works quite well, apart  from waking up the competitive spirit, that sometimes overheats the classroom a little more than I expect.

Once they have played several times, give them an extra point if they can say a sentence using the verb on the tile. 

That way you'll achieve two goals in one activity. Furthermore they will acquire not only the above mentioned  'knowledge of irregular verbs', but also their proper use in the real world.

That's something more useful, don't you think?




I design series of activities based on a communicative method that will help children to practice the grammar they're learning at school.

Many ESL activities, I see, are nothing more than 'fill in the blank' exercises that only teach kids how to fill in blanks and miss the whole point of learning to speak and understand a new language.

It's much easier and more fun to learn by doing, and you'll be surprised at how quickly you'll see valuable results!!! 

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