Conditional Mashups is a simple activity to have your class practicing conditionals.
It also encourages your students to use their imaginations which is never a bad thing!
For this you’ll need loads of slips of paper. Each slip should have a dividing line right down the middle. Later a conditional sentence will divide them:
Later you will get your class to come up with unusual, weird…
If I were? is a simple activity to practice the second conditional and it can, with some adaptation, also be used to practice other conditionals forms.
Prepare a few flashcards on which you have the name of someone or something which would fit in suitably to the conditional sentence:
If I were… I would…
President of the USA
Conditional Links is a very simple activity with no preparation needed; it’s ideal to practice conditionals and can be used as a quick filler to do just that.
Simply write up on the board the first clause of any conditional, e.g.
If I won the lottery…
Choose a student at random and ask them to finish the sentence:
If I won the lottery… I would buy a…