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ESL FUN Grammar Games - Play Online

We offer a rich variety of grammar games according to grammar topics. Grammar games include : Basketall, Football, Walk the Plank, Fling the Teacher, Teacher Invaders, T.V Games and more to help practice grammar.

ESL Fun Grammar Games & Exercises

Games for learning & Practising Grammar: Present simple/present progressive games, past simple games, present perfect games, comparative/Superlatives and more.


ESL Fun Vocabulary Games & Exercises

Games for learning & Practising vocabulary: Animals, Body Parts, Colours, Countries, Food & Drink, Jobs, Numbers, Places & Landmarks, Planets & Space ad much more.


ESL Fun Powerpoint & Exercises

Powerpoint games for learning & Practising English: Birthdays, Family, Festivals, Animals and much more. Online Jeopardy Powerpoint for English practice.



ESL Fun Classroom Games & Exercises

Classroom Games ideas for learning & Practising English: Jenga, Hangman, Simon says, Hot seat and more for English practice.



ESL Fun Classroom Board Games & Templates

Board Games for learning & Practising English: Snakes & Ladders, Ship Attack, Football and more templates for English practice.



Game Ideas: Games for Classroom Teaching

The artistic nature of kids brains has them ready-made for games and fun activities. Our games easily appeal to young learners as they are based on real experiences in the classroom. Tested and proven to work, these games are a rich addition to your lesson plans.

Alphabet sentence spelling
Write a sentence on the board. Use any grammar or vocabulary point and have the students spell the sentence whilst passing a ball and sat in a circle. Include a time limit depending on the length of the sentence. For example: The boy is running. This should take twenty seconds! It is a team game against the clock and the teacher. Students must spell the sentence correctly and then say the sentence as a group within the time limit to win the point. If they fail to do so the teacher wins.

Bingo can be used with any vocabulary point. Provide a blank Bingo sheet and have the students write or draw randomly in the boxes. When completed, the teacher or another student will call out the target vocabulary used in the game. The winner is the first student to cross out all the numbers or letters on the sheet.

Basketball Bonanza
Students will ask questions in a clockwise manner. The grammar or vocabulary point can be anything. For example: What do you do in the morning?       I have my breakfast. The first student to answer the question after the teacher says ‘begin’ gets to stand up and throw the ball into the basket. They can answer a further question to attain an extra throw of the ball, but if they are wrong they lose both these chances.

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