Months and Days Sugoroku
Sugoroku game for practicing saying the months and days. Each space corresponds to an actual holiday.
Submitted by wanifan
May 16, 2023
Estimated time: 10-25 minutes
Another sugoroku game, this time for practicing months and days. Each space corresponds to an actual holiday. Most Japanese public holidays are represented, as well as some other commonly celebrated ones such as Setsubun, Easter, Christmas, etc. Some dates change every year, so I'm using 2023 dates.
Print onto A3 paper and then laminate for best results.
Requires dice or a spinner or something similar.
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Really cute! Thanks!
Howdy, can someone teach me how to play sugoroku? I've never played it before but my students could really use this for their day and month learning!
Have the students roll a dice/spin a spinner, play rock paper scissors to get a number of spaces to move forward. Then have them produce the date they land on (and optionally have other group members repeat the date). They take turns doing this until they all reach the goal.
Thank you @RoselleDesigns, this sounds super fun! I'm excited to try!