End of the year and back-to-school grammar revision B1 B1+ intermediate lessons
Have your students finished the school year but you are unsure if they haven't forgotten half of the material? Are Present Simple, Past Simple, Questions, Used to, Be going to, First Conditional, Second Conditional, Modal Verbs, Reported Speech, Passive Voice, Indirect Questions, Past Perfect, and other intermediate structures still confusing? Are you looking for a versatile end-of-the-year and back-to-school grammar activity? Do you want your students to review the level but also have fun? This revision comes to the rescue!
Please bear in mind that this is a revision, so the cards are in random order - more categories and levels are in the making (such as "present simple revision", "past simple revision", "modal verbs revision", and will be available in the store soon.)
Also Available: Revision A2/+
What is it?
a versatile ESL/ELA activity
focusing on grammar and accuracy
end of the year activities and revisions
back to school activities and revisions
for games, quizzes, game shows, warm-ups, pair work, group work, competitions, etc!
a lot of fun - for younger learners, teenagers, and adults!
ESL levels: B1/B1+Intermediate/Intermediate+
for classroom and digital use
130 (!!) open cloze sentences/questions that are based on B1/B1+ grammar (list of the grammatical structures below) in high-quality PNG format (great for interactive boards and/or digital lessons)
+ 130 PNG files with correct answers + 1 PDF key (2 pages)1 printable PDF file with 9 task cards per page (15 pages + 1 page full of templates)
A4 Landscape - print it in colour!
2 printable PDF files with 14 sentence strips per page
A4/US Letter - print it in colour or without the background!
a template for your students to make their own cards
Grammatical Structures used:
several cards per structure
past simple and past continuous
comparatives and superlatives
present simple and present continuous
adverbs of frequency
future simple and future continuous
so, such, too, enough
wishes and regrets: if only, I wish
advice and suggestions
zero, first and second conditional
unless, in case
the passive - mixed tenses
have/get something done
reported speech, reported statements, and indirect question