Divide students into groups of three or four, giving each group a copy of the game board, a dice and counters.
The students place their counters at the start of the game board. They then take it in turns to roll the dice and move their counter. When a student lands on a square, they complete the sentence, making use of the coordinating conjunction. Remind students that if there is a comma before the coordinating conjunction, they must add an independent clause. The student says their sentence and they group decides whether the sentence is correct or not.
If the sentence was correct, play passes to the next player. However, if the sentence was incorrect, the player moves back one square. The first player to reach the end wins the game.
When everyone has finished playing, revise some of the more difficult concepts, such as correct use of nor and for.