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 I Went To The Shop ESL game is a simple memory exercise which you can tailor to practise food, home or classroom objects vocabulary, or the past simple.
In the Magazine Treasure Hunt ESL Game, students race to find pictures of vocabulary words in a magazine.
The Puppet Master ESL game requires students to act out vocabulary words/phrases by controlling their partner’s body.
The Twenty Questions ESL game is the classic parlour game in which students have to find out what their classmate is thinking of, using only yes/no questions.
In the Where Am I ESL game, students try to guess places from their classmates’ clues.