Uno Cards

Who doesn't love card games?

I was inspired by UonumaRobert's Uno cards and worksheets. So I made an Irasutoya card deck version because Irasutoya images are just so darn cute!!

I liked his idea a lot because these cards can be used for so many grammar points.

Small files
  • 2020 uno cards.pdf (443 KB)
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  • 2020 uno cards.pptx (1.5 MB)
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    Submitted by rebvandev October 13, 2020 Estimated time: 20-30 minutes
    1. UonumaRobert October 13, 2020

      They look great. I like that they are just pictures. You can use any accompanying vocabulary worksheet or use them as a level up so students have to try and remember the vocabulary.

    2. rebvandev October 13, 2020

      Thank you! That's what I was thinking too. The higher-level students can get creative. So they could say "He's seeing a movie", "He's eating popcorn" or "He's sitting down" all for the same picture.

    3. rebvandev October 13, 2020

      Oops, I meant "He's drinking cola", but you know what I mean.

    4. Landen November 16, 2023

      Thank you for the UNO cards! I played it with my first grade middle school students and they loved it! I made a short presentation to explain the rules. You can borrow it here:

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