The Beer Pong ESL game is an adapted version of the party game in which the ‘beer’ is an English language question or challenge.
The Can’t Stop ESL game is a variation on the board game of the same name, in which students have to answer consecutive questions correctly to win.
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 Crazy Taxi Driver ESL conversation activity is a fun role play setup about a crazy taxi driver and their passenger.
In the Hot Potato ESL game, the student holding the ball when the music stops has to complete a challenge.
Rather than one specific activity, the Hot Seat ESL game (or Backs To The Board) is a very versatile set-up used for many different guessing games.
The Inner Circle Outer Circle ESL conversation setup is an active, fast-paced technique for short, one-on-one interactions.
In the Jenga ESL Game, an English language challenge is assigned to each block.
A version of the TV game show, the Jeopardy ESL game can be used to review any type of target language.
The Kings Cup ESL Game (also known as Ring Of Fire) is an adapted party game in which students complete different challenges depending on the card they pick.
Adapted from the classic party game, try the Musical Chairs ESL game for a fun warmer or review game.
The Musical Markers ESL game is an alternative to Musical Chairs in which students have to grab a marker instead of sitting down.
In the Onion Ball ESL game, students pass a ball of layered papers, with a new question/challenge revealed each time the music stops.
In the Only Talk On The Clap ESL game, students take turns saying items from a vocabulary category, on the clap sound of a rhythm.
In the fast-paced Pop Topics ESL conversation setup, students only discuss topics for a short time before switching to another.
In the Relay Scramble ESL game, students race to unscramble words/ sentences by grabbing one letter/word at a time.
The Reverse Charades ESL game is a variation on Charades designed to get the whole class moving.
In the Sentence Builder ESL activity, students build sentences from a large set of random words.
In the Sentence Scramble ESL activity, students have to put the words of a sentence in the correct order.
Designed primarily for kids, in the Silly Sentences ESL activity students have to help each other guess the contents of crazy sentences.
The Snowball Fight ESL activity is a fun swapping technique which is often employed in other exercises.
In the Target Practice ESL game, students complete different English language challenges depending on which area of the target they hit.
In the Telephone ESL game (also known as Chinese Whispers), students pass words, phrases or sentences down a line by whispering them to the person in front.
In the Text Scramble ESL activity, students have to organise the sentences of a text into the correct order.
The Time Bomb Hot Potato ESL game is a variation on Hot Potato, using a countdown timer instead of music.