Adjectives – Snowball ESL Game

Adjectives and possessive adjectives in the “Snowball” game. Who doesn’t like throwing snowballs? Especially in a classroom. There are many ways to play the game so have fun. Here is what you will need:

Paper towels or tissue
Students and a teacher

Happy teaching!


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