EFL / ESL games have a key role to play in today’s classroom, and not just for kids. In the modern world student attention is more divided than ever, so it’s imperative we create a fun, engaging learning environment. Read More >>
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The Board Race ESL game is a flexible, active way to start the class and/or practise vocabulary.
The Red Light Green Light ESL game is a version of the well known children’s game (also known as Statues), in which students have to write instead of running.
The Roll A Month ESL game is a short, simple exercise to practise the months of the year.