Getting to know you Dice

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Getting to know you Dice


If you are looking for an easy activity to get your ESL-EFL-ELL students speaking English during the first class, then look no further! These differentiated speaking dice will be the perfect ice breaker activity your students will love doing!

Your Getting to know you Speakin Dice in detail:
Your resource is composed of
❑ two dice which read complete questions (UK and US spelling)
❑ two dice which only read prompts (UK and US spelling)
❑ the four dice come in a color version

How to use your resource:
This is a game aimed at beginners ESL-EFL-ELL students. They can play it as soon as the first class. They simply roll the dice and ask questions within mini-groups. This game can also been played one to one or as a whole class activity. It will be a perfect activity for centers too.

Important Notice:

Please note that the questions listed are: what’s your name? How old are you? Where do you live? What’s your favourite (favorite) sport? Do you have a pet? What’s your favourite colour (favorite color)?

This activity can be extended since these dice are a sample of a more complete resource that you can find in our store.


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