The 73 Questions ESL activity is based around the Vogue interview series of the same name, with students discussing what the celebrity said.
In the Accidents Happen ESL activity, students work in groups to describe how different accidents happen, then act them out for the rest of the class.
In the Adverbs Of Frequency Bingo ESL activity students have to ask their classmates how often they do activities, in search of specific answers.
In the Alphabet People ESL activity, students describe different people using each letter of the alphabet.
In the Animal Fight ESL activity, students argue about what would win in a fight between two different species, and why.
In the Animal House ESL activity, the whole class pretends to be a certain animal on command, which is lots of fun for younger kids.
In the Animal People ESL activity, students discover the connection they have to certain animals, and discuss whether they agree or disagree.
In the Around The World ESL activity, students describe a multi-stage journey involving various forms of transportation.
In the Biography Scanning ESL activity students have to quickly note down key facts about a person, then rewrite a biography using those notes.
In the Bucket List ESL activity, students make a list of the things they want to do in their life, then compare with a partner.
In the Build A Body ESL activity, students have to stick labels of body parts on a classmate or a wall/table.
Do the Catch Up Party ESL activity with your class and find out what everyone’s been doing recently.
In the Celebrity Chefs ESL activity, students pretend they are a famous chef on TV, and demonstrate a recipe for the class.
In the Celebrity Interview ESL activity students role-play a TV talk-show style interview.
In the City Walking Tour ESL activity students plan a route around a city and write the directions needed to follow it.
In the Class Adventure ESL activity, you and your class set out on a trip together, but things don’t go according to plan.
In the Class Emoji Story ESL activity students create a spoken story, adding sentences for each emoji prompt.
The Class Trip ESL activity consists of several short exercises related to an imaginary trip.
The Classroom City ESL activity is a role play setup for practising shopping interactions and everyday conversations.
The Classroom Restaurant ESL activity transforms your class into a dining experience, where your students can practise food vocabulary and ordering/serving.