Tag Archives: Game

Beginning of the Year Conversation Game

This worksheet is a nice way to to review previous knowledge. Everything is here: grammar (tenses, modals), topic vocabulary (free time activities, school subjects, extreme sports, music, description of a person/city, etc). Also, it gives students the … BusyTeacher: Free … Continue reading

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Toys – Go Fish Game

A basic Go Fish set of game cards, suitable for young students. Pre-taught vocabulary on toys will need to be covered in your class before kids play this game. Can be adapted to suit any lexical set. Any comments are … Continue reading

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Complete the Sentence Game

I use this activity for warming up or as a team competition game. It is very fast, it will not take you more than five minutes. I read aloud a line by line and students try to be fast completing … Continue reading

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Matching Game, Food

Matching is a fun game. Divide the class into two teams. Have them use their memory to pair together all the cards. It contains different food items including a milkshake, sandwich, sushi, tea, pizza, salad, hamburger, watermelon, etc. Hope it … Continue reading

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Who Is the Spy (Talking Game)

This is a popular spoken game in China from a game show that adapts very well for English lessons. It is good for an end of lesson filler, or possibly something more substantial. Students are given a card with a … Continue reading

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Face to Face Game

This worksheet provides nine role play cards. They contain information related to work and study, routine, family and hobbies. Students can simply ask each other questions and collect information, or look for a mate or even find out who another … Continue reading

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Would Rather Game

This is a power point presentation used for elementary students, L2, to practice “would rather “. It can be used to practice reading and speaking skills, encouraging them to talk about things they’d rather do. It is a very funny … Continue reading

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