This game allows the students to practice using the adverbs of frequency (usually, sometimes, always, often, never and rarely). It works well for older age groups (ideally 10 or older).
Split the students into pairs and give them a dice and a board.
The student who's turn it is roles the dice, if they get an odd number they move 1 space, an even number moves them 2 spaces. The other student then asks them "When do you usually ..." (depending on the square). If they answer using the correct structure they can move on. The students take it turn to ask and answer.
There are, of course, squares that require the students to move forwards and backwards which adds a little more interest to the game. The first to finish is the winner (rather unsurprisingly I feel).