Big Town - a question and answer game with over 80 personalities
Little Town - Similar to Big Town but no reading required
High Town - practice present perfect, subjunctive and more!
Eigomon - a comparative/ superlative game
Spiders and Candy - a vocab game for children ages 1+
Crisscross Bingo - a great bingo came for combining words/phrase for complex sentences
the Paper Game - an awesome speaking activity for all levels
3 Card Rummy - a card set to practice multiple target structures
Dice Games - communication games with dice.
Bounce Around - an easy game to practice any target language for ages 6 ~ 110
A Day at School - a board game to practice a variety of complex target language
the Grammar Casino - a simple grammar review game students love
At the Track - an awesome grammar review game
UnScramble It! - a spelling game
Get Four - practice any target language
Get 'em - practice any target language using this rock-scissors-paper game
Treasure Island - practice for there is/are ~. and verb tenses
Bombs Away - practice any grammar you can think of in a question
Baseball - vocabulary, reading comprehension, q/a, short phrases
Football - vocabulary, reading, short phrases
Soccer - vocabulary, reading, short phrases
Yes/No Game - a versatile q&a game
MES-English's favorite games and activities - a list of 15+ general games
More Games and activities in the games forum - lots from Mark
It's no secret that young language learners as well as adults respond well to
printable ESL games. In this light I have created 7
printable conversational game card sets, 10+
printable board gamesand 8 more
games to printthat will provide fun for students that ESL English teachers as well will enjoy. Not to mention variety! These are
speaking games to downloadand use in your classes.
These below are not card games and are very easy to prepare (no cards, no cutting, just print and go.) These are also designed to be versatile and allow the teacher to use them from beginners to intermediate levels.
The games were designed around the principle that if the game is just a grammar game, the students will bore quickly. Thus, the goals of these games are not "perfect English wins the game," but the students must use English in the target language to accomplish their goal and win the game. In doing so you'll be surprised how many times they use the language and hopefully perfect/internalize it through repetition. See each game's page for more detailed information. They all work great for one-on-one classes!
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