Around the City
Culture and interdisciplinary topics
WHAT IS IT?
Around the City is a lively board game based on the observation of illustrations and the exploration of lexical themes related to the city.
The game allows students to learn, memorise and develop their knowledge of lexical sets related to urban features, shops, places in town and services, means of transport, road signs and road safety.
The game includes 132 cards divided into six decks with a variety of activities, plus one deck of penalty cards. It also includes a playing board and a dice.
Although the game was designed to be played in the classroom, most of the cards (both the multiple-choice ones and the true or false ones) don’t require a physical presence, so they can be used to create a fun activity based on questions and answers also during online classes or courses.
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