The Battleships ESL game is a version of the popular game Battleship(s), adapted to practise subject-verb agreement and questions.
The Crazy Classroom ESL activity is a live-action version of Memory Scene, in which students have to remember what their classmates were doing.
In the Describing Pictures ESL activity, students practise describing a picture first as a class, then individually.
In the Find Someone Who ESL activity, students have to find a classmate for whom a given criteria is true.
In the Freeze Frame ESL activity, students describe what they think their classmates are doing based on their positions.
In the Memory Picture ESL activity, students work together to draw a picture from memory.
In the Memory Scene ESL Activity, students try to remember what was happening in a picture they were shown.
In the Pictionary ESL game, students guess words, phrases, or sentences from their teammate’s drawings.
Pictionary + Telephone = The Pictionary Telephone ESL Game! An extra fun way to test vocabulary knowledge involving speaking and drawing.
The Spot The Difference ESL activity is a version of the well-known kids activity that can be used to practise a number of different language topics.
In the Telephone Pictionary ESL activity, students pass information in secret (like in Telephone), but alternate between drawings and written descriptions.
Especially designed for larger kids classes, the What Time Is It ESL activity involves students acting what they are normally doing at different times of day.
In the Whose Life Is It Anyway ESL activity, students write sentences about their lives in secret, then guess which of their classmates wrote each one.