The Back Draw Telephone ESL game is a version of Telephone for practising numbers and letters with beginner level kids.
Use the Bingo ESL game to practise any kind of vocabulary pairs, including ordinal numbers, nationalities, phonics, and antonyms.
The Board Race ESL game is a flexible, active way to start the class and/or practise vocabulary.
In the Catch And Count ESL game, students throw a ball around, continuing a count whenever it is caught.
In the Create A Monster ESL project, kids have to draw and describe the appearance of their own monster.
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 Hot And Cold Numbers ESL game, students guess numbers from temperature clues.
In the Numbers Board Slap ESL game, students slap the correct number on the board when it is called out.
In the Paper Planes ESL activity, students follow or write instructions to make a paper plane, then have a competition.
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.
Based on the long-running TV game show, The Price Is Right ESL game involves students guessing the price of products.
The Twenty-One ESL game is a version of a popular party game in which counting gets harder and harder as numbers are replaced by other words/sounds/gestures.
Also known as What Time Is It Mr Fox, the What Time Is It Mr Wolf ESL game is the classic game of tag that’s great for younger kids.
In the Whats That Number ESL activity students have to work out the significance of numbers by asking information questions.