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Get Your Students Excited About Grammar With Agreement Adventure


Get Your Students Excited About Grammar With Agreement Adventure

Get Your Students Excited About Grammar With Agreement Adventure

Subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement can be challenging grammar concepts for students to grasp. However, learning these concepts doesn't have to be a dull and monotonous task. In this blog post, we'll introduce you to a game that will turn the typically boring grammar lesson into an exciting adventure. The Agreement Adventure game will help your students master subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement while developing their critical thinking, collaboration, and communication skills. Let's dive!


Agreement Adventure: A Subject-Verb and Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Game


Subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement are essential grammar concepts that students need to master. To help students learn these concepts in a fun and engaging way, we've created the Agreement Adventure game. This game will challenge students to match subjects with their corresponding verbs and pronouns with their antecedents while exploring a virtual world filled with exciting challenges.



  • Agreement Adventure game board (virtual or physical)
  • Game pieces
  • Dice
  • Timer
  • Worksheets (optional)


  1. Divide students into groups of 2-4 players.
  2. Introduce the game rules and objectives.
  3. Assign a starting point for each group on the game board.
  4. Roll the dice to determine which group goes first.
  5. The first group rolls the dice and moves their game piece to the corresponding square on the board.
  6. The group reads the sentence on the square aloud and decides whether the subject and verb or pronoun and antecedent agree.
  7. If the group answers correctly, they get to roll the dice again and move their game piece to the next square.
  8. If the group answers incorrectly, they lose their turn, and play passes to the next group.
  9. The game continues until one group reaches the finish line.
  10. To extend the activity, provide worksheets with additional practice exercises for students to complete individually or in groups.


Assessment will be based on the accuracy of each group's answers and their ability to apply the rules of subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement correctly. Teachers can also assess students' collaboration and communication skills during the game.


To extend the activity, teachers can assign a writing task where students need to write a paragraph or short story that demonstrates their understanding of subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement.


To add variety to the game, teachers can:

  • Increase the difficulty level of the sentences.
  • Change the game board to a different theme, such as sports or animals.
  • Play the game as a whole class with a larger game board.


At the end of the game, teachers can ask students to reflect on what they have learned about subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement. They can also share their favorite parts of the game and suggest any improvements.

Mr. ‏El-Sayed Ramadan ‎ ‎


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