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.
A version of the classic party game, the Charades ESL game is a fun way to practise many different types of vocabulary or grammar.
The Comparative Clues ESL activity is a version of Twenty Questions in which students can only use comparatives questions.
The Go Fish ESL game is a version of the classic card game, in which students have to get four numbers/vocabulary items of the same type.
In the Guess What ESL game students try and guess what another student has in their hand.
The Reverse Charades ESL game is a variation on Charades designed to get the whole class moving.
The Say Act Draw ESL game is a combination of Articulate, Charades, and Pictionary.
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.
The What Am I ESL game is a cross between Twenty Questions and Who Am I, designed for practising jobs or animals vocabulary and present simple questions.
In the Whats Top ESL activity, students select vocabulary items, then decide what’s top of the class for a range of adjectives.