In the Accidents Happen ESL activity, students work in groups to describe how different accidents happen, then act them out for the rest of the class.
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 Classroom ESL activity is a live-action version of Memory Scene, in which students have to remember what their classmates were doing.
In the How Often ESL game, students guess adverbs of frequency by thinking about how often they do certain things.
In the Order Of Preference ESL game, students have to guess how their partner would rank five items on the board.
In the Perfect Weekend ESL activity, students talk about their ideal weekend.
In the Personality Party ESL activity, students attend a party in which they play the role of an alter-ego.
In the Plans For The Weekend ESL activity, students fill up their diary for the weekend by making plans with their classmates.
The Puppet Master ESL game requires students to act out vocabulary words/phrases by controlling their partner’s body.
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 Something In Common ESL activity is a short speaking exercise in which students ask their classmates about their likes and dislikes.
In the Speed Dating ESL activity, students meet lots of different people for a short time.
The Travel Blog ESL activity involves students describing the events of an imagined trip.
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.
In the Writing A Postcard ESL activity students write an informal message home about their vacation so far.