Valentine's Day Speaking Activity - Present & Past Simple Find Someone Who

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After Valentine's Day, it's time to get your students speaking in Present and Past Simple grammar tense again! This Valentine's themed game is a "walk the room" whole class activity with a twist on the classic "FIND SOMEONE WHO".

 

What's the twist? It forces your students to form and write down the correct questions based on the prompt cards. 

For example: The card says " Find someone who loves chocolate

Your students must write down the question "Do you love chocolate?" on their recording sheet.

Then they can move around the room asking the question and looking for the right person.

You can place the prompt question cards around the room, on different desks, on the whiteboard or have your students pass them around.

If your students haven't used a particular tense yet, you can remove those cards from the set. They are easily stored on a keyring so they won't get lost and will be ready to use every February! Check out the product preview for more details!

What's included:

24 different Find Someone Who Cards
Student recording sheet

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How to assemble and use this resource:
 After printing the resource, I recommend laminating the cards and flap book before cutting. This increases durability and ensures that you can continue using this set again and again. The student brainstorming worksheet can be printed in black and white and attached to student notebooks.

How will you receive the resource?
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* Due to the digital nature of this product. Hot Chocolate Education does NOT offer refunds. Once the product has been downloaded, it can't be returned and refunds can not be issued.