In the Celebrity Chefs ESL activity, students pretend they are a famous chef on TV, and demonstrate a recipe for the class.
The Classroom Restaurant ESL activity transforms your class into a dining experience, where your students can practise food vocabulary and ordering/serving.
In the Create A Menu ESL project, students invent (and describe) the dishes on offer at a restaurant.
In the Guess What ESL game students try and guess what another student has in their hand.
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 Iron Chef ESL activity (based on the TV show of the same name), students create a dish/meal from five random ingredients.
In the Order Of Preference ESL game, students have to guess how their partner would rank five items on the board.
The Something In Common ESL activity is a short speaking exercise in which students ask their classmates about their likes and dislikes.
Based on the long-running TV game show, The Price Is Right ESL game involves students guessing the price of products.
In the Whats Top ESL activity, students select vocabulary items, then decide what’s top of the class for a range of adjectives.