Category Archives: "vocabulary games for kids"

    Five Things That…

    Five Things That… is a fun warmer which works great with teens and adults but can also be used with young learners. In this activity students have to write five things that the teacher tells them. For example, the teacher might say “write five things that are yellow.” Then, the students write their list of […]

    Yes, No, Maybe

    Yes, No, Maybe is a simple speaking activity that is great fun for young learners and even teens. Level: Young learners, teens A2 + Materials needed: A set of vocabulary cards. These can be flashcards or you can create your own. A set of fruit flashcards are available below. Method To start, first print out […]

    Preposition construction

    Preposition construction is an exciting game that is very effective for teaching prepositions. If properly carried out, it is very rewarding due to a high level of involvement from the learners in the learning process. Activity time: 30 minutes Materials required: Desk, barrier (a large piece of cardboard paper or a light board that can act as a barrier), […]

    5 Flashcard Games for young learners

    This post looks at 5 flashcard games for young learners. These activities are a great way to practice vocabulary and speaking with young learners .         1.  Flashcard Story Give students some flashcards in pairs. Get students to invent a simple story using the flashcards. The students tell the other students in […]