English games for kids
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While schools, markets, playgrounds and parks are closed, we parents need something to keep children moving.
Getting to know each other a little bit more and having fun at the same time? I tried yesterday in my course for teachers this board game and we enjoyed it very much! Borrow figures and the dice from Ludo board game and you can go on.
Joan Jobes saved to Teaching
Help anxious kids relax with these fun ice breaker games for kids. Build trust, confidence, and relationships while having a blast.
Kristi Schetselaar saved to Activity Days
Check out the hot potato game, including variations, advice about timers, instructions for play and a whole lot more. Have some fun today!
Marcia Dorado saved to artesanías y manías
What are your methods for teaching vocabulary? Drills? Flashcards? Yuck! Boring! While these can certainly be effective, they can be a quick way to lose your student’s attention if you spend too much…
Abbie Skinner saved to ESL
Board game that stimulates creative thinking and vocabulary building. There are two similar board games available for download: Name 3 Things (easy) and Name 7 Things (Hard). - ESL worksheets
Siaht Ador saved to Craft activities for kids
Ponieważ już od dawna nie sięgałam po grę typu I have … postanowiłam szybko to zmienić, i przygotowałam wiosenną wersję tej zabawy. Dzisiaj dzielę się z Wami materiałami w dwóch wersjach językowych…
Luise Victorio saved to pré 2
The following boardgame will help your srudents revise some common irregular verbs. When a student "lands" on a verb he/she needs to say a correct form in the past simple with that verb. If it's incorrect they have to come back to their previous place. Younger students can be asked to simply say the past form of the verb. I hope they like it! - ESL worksheets
These vocabulary games for kids are great for playing at school, home or in the car and will build language skills while having fun.
Kimberly Rose saved to Preschool
The following game will help your students practise or revise the usage of "have/has got" structure. Students draw the ships on their boards and then they start ´shooting´ trying to quess where the partner´s ships are. Hope they like it! - ESL worksheets
Jade Macri saved to Enseignement