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２年生 Review Pokemon Board Game
I made this game for my low-level, generally misbehaving students. This will take a solid bit of prep! The board game itself is straightforward, just roll the dice and move your game piece.
Prep! About 45 Minutes
Attached are the questions I made, game pieces, and the game board (B4 size). It's probably best to laminate the game board if you can.
I printed the cards and game pieces on cardstock. For the question cards, I printed 12 on blue, 12 on green, and 12 on red. For my own sense of organization, I made the green cards easy questions, blue medium, and red difficult. However, this was made for my low students, so please feel free to change up the questions and the game to suit your needs.
Print a full set of cards, five game pieces, and a game board for each group.
How to Play & Rules
Get the students in groups of 4 or 5.
Students janken for who goes first. After rolling the dice, the student moves their game piece accordingly. Whichever color they land on, they draw a card with the corresponding color (blue space = blue card, so on). If the student answers correctly as judged by the group, they can stay on the space. If not, they go back.
First to the finish line wins, and gets stickers! Preferably Pokemon stickers if available to you.
- Pikachu: Power up! Roll again.
- Squirtle: Blasted! Go back 2 spaces.
- Eevee: Rest/free.
- Pokeball: Attack! Choose another player to have go back 2 spaces.
Good for quiet classes. Definitely a challenge for the loud groups if your JTE doesn't assist with monitoring your activities.