The Compound Pictionary ESL game is a variation on normal Pictionary in which each team draws part of a compound noun.
In the Concentration ESL Game (also known as Match Up or Memory), students have to remember the positions of matching vocabulary words/images.
In the Connect Four ESL game students have to get ‘four in a row’ by identifying correct word(s), for example irregular verb forms.
In the Countdown ESL game, students try to make the longest word they can from nine random letters.
The Crazy Taxi Driver ESL conversation activity is a fun role play setup about a crazy taxi driver and their passenger.
In the Crime Scene Investigation ESL activity, students speculate on the story behind objects found at a crime scene.
In the Crossed Wires ESL activity, students dictate a text down a string that criss-crosses their group.
The Desert Island Discs ESL conversation activity is based on the BBC radio program of the same name, in which participants discuss luxury items they would like to have with them if they were a castaway.
The Dice Of Fortune ESL game is a version of Wheel Of Fortune that uses dice instead of a wheel.
In the Draw Your Weekend ESL activity students have describe what they think a classmate did/has done using only a drawing.
In the Emoji Story ESL activity, students use random emojis as the prompts for events.
The Family Feud ESL game is a version of the popular TV show of the same name (Family Fortunes in the UK), adapted for your English class.
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In the Find Someone Who ESL activity, students have to find a classmate for whom a given criteria is true.
In the Find The Alphabet ESL activity students have to find objects that begin with each letter.
The Fishbowl ESL game is a guessing game in which students use descriptions, then actions, and finally single words as clues.
In the Five In Five ESL game, students try to guess a five-letter word using other five-letter words.
As seen on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, in the Five-Second Summaries ESL game students only have five seconds to describe movies, famous people or other vocabulary items to their teammates.
In the Flash Forward ESL activity students imagine a time in the future, and describe what their life will be like at that point.
In the Fortunately Unfortunately ESL Activity, students create a story that alternates between positive and negative sentences.
In the Guess Who ESL game, students deduce which person their partner is thinking of from yes/no questions about physical characteristics.