Froggy Hop—Board Game Worksheet

This learning resource is available in interactive and printable formats. The interactive worksshet can be played online and assigned to students. The Printable PDF version can be downloaded and printed for completion by hand.
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About the Worksheet

This interactive and printable worksheet,, "Froggy Hop," is a fun and engaging learning activity designed to help children practice their understanding of formal and informal English. The worksheet guides the players through a game-like scenario where they must help a frog cross a river by rolling dice and moving the frog forward. Along the way, they encounter different sentences that showcase either formal or informal language, and they must decide whether to stay on the current space or move back one space accordingly.

This worksheet is an excellent tool for developing language skills and promoting critical thinking in young learners. By engaging with the various sentences and determining their level of formality, children not only strengthen their grasp of language conventions but also learn to navigate contextual cues and make informed decisions based on their understanding.

What will your child learn through this worksheet?

  • Differentiate between formal and informal English language
  • Recognize the appropriate use of language in different contexts
  • Develop critical thinking skills by analyzing and responding to given language cues
  • Practice decision-making and problem-solving through the game-like scenario
  • Enhance their overall language proficiency and communication skills

Learning Outcomes


  • Identify and categorize the given sentences as either formal or informal English
  • Explain the differences between formal and informal language and their appropriate usage


  • Demonstrate the ability to move the frog token on the game board based on the dice roll and language formality
  • Coordinate hand-eye movement and fine motor skills to manipulate the game pieces


  • Develop a positive attitude towards learning about language conventions
  • Exhibit curiosity and engagement in the learning process through the interactive game-based format


  • Collaborate with peers (if playing in a group) to discuss and decide on the appropriate language choices
  • Demonstrate effective communication and problem-solving skills during the game-play


formal english, informal english, language skills, critical thinking, decision-making, problem-solving, game-based learning, cognitive skills, psychomotor skills, affective skills, interpersonal skills, social skills

Publisher: Workybooks
Written by:Jacqueline Juliano
Illustrated by: Phoebe Rothfeld

Common core standards covered

Use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening.
Compare formal and informal uses of English

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