Category Archives: "ESL Kids"

    ESL Game Organise Yourselves

    ESL Game Organise Yourselves

    ESL Game Organise Yourselves is a simple activity to get your students to organise themselves before games, to change seating arrangements or just to practice numbers or alphabet skills. This activity is a great way to refresh students during class and to get them moving and reengaged. Ideas Get students to organise themselves by age, […]

    ESL GAMES FOR KINDERGARTEN: COLOURS AND FRUIT

    Colours and Fruit is a great game for kindergarten. This game is easy, but you have to make sure that the young learners are familiar with the vocabulary you want to practice and check with them or else they will feel discouraged and find it difficult to play. Activity time: 10 minutes Materials required to play […]

    Hammer Phonics

    Hammer phonics is a great ESL game for beginners with a low level of English. If properly organized and carried out, it is fun and will in no time become a popular game in class. This is a great game to practice and learn phonics in class. Duration: 10mins Materials required: Toy hammer and Phonics […]

     
     
    ESL Bomb is a great game for vocabulary revision. You can use it with groups of vocabulary and it can be a great addition to your classroom routines. 
     
     
    Method
     
    1. Get a small soft ball and a timer. 
     
    2. Pick a category of vocabulary you would like the students to practice. i.e transportation When the students get the ball they must say a word from the category and then pass the ball to another student. The must not repeat words. 
     
    3. Students continue to pass the ball until the time is up and the bomb explodes! 


    This game is a great way to break up the class and get the students focused on the lesson. 

    ESL Vocabulary Game

        ESL Bomb is a great game for vocabulary revision. You can use it with groups of vocabulary and it can be a great addition to your classroom routines.      Method   1. Get a small soft ball and a timer.    2. Pick a category of vocabulary you would like the students to practice. […]