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The chosen student then does the activity in the way of the adverb. The other students have to guess the adverb. The one who guesses right gets a point and mimes the next action which the teacher writes on the board. To help them you can give them a list of options, if you think they need some help. Submitted by Libby McArthur.
Airplane competition : First, have your students make some paper airplanes. Stand the students in a line and let them test fly their planes. For the competition, assign different classroom objects points e. This works well as a team game. Apple Pass : Have all students sit in a circle. Use a fake apple and toss it to one S. But you must say one English word as you pass.
The S then throws to another S and says a different English word. And the game keeps going until you have one winner. It can be played with different categories, such as Food, Animals, Etc. My students love it! Submitted by Kim. Art Gallery : This is a great activity for reviewing vocab. Draw enough squares on the board for each S to be able to draw in. Have the students write their names above their squares. Teacher calls out a word and the students draw it could be simple nouns e.
The S with the highest score at the end is the winner. Attention : Call out commands such as: Attention, salute, march in place At first students will copy you but later they should be able to do the commands without you. Submitted by Tania Bibbo. Worksheets for ESL Kids. Take a look here. All worksheets are made specifically for teaching English to children. They are quick to find and easy to print. Backs to the Board Game : This one is good for higher level kids. Make two teams and stand one S from each team in front of the board, facing away from it.
Write a word or draw a picture on the board e. Badminton : Good for reviewing target vocabulary words or communicative expressions. Set a "court" into the classroom by placing a skip-rope tied up to two chairs. Make two small teams the other students can be the crowd and or challengers.
Give each S a flyswatter "Racket". Inflate a balloon this will be the ball. Remember: the younger the students, the bigger the balloon must be slower. Decide who serves and for every winning shot the team to call out the flashcard or picture card shown by the teacher to get a point. Lots of fun! NOTE: For very active students be careful since they might hit the others' faces when playing.
Banana Race : Children just love this! What fruit is red and round? How many chairs are there in the classroom? They will approach the Goal line as they answer each question. Each right answer equals a step towards the Goal Line.
Submitted by Salvador Domingo. Write words on pieces of paper and fold them in half sight words, vocab, blends etc. Also add a few cards that say "BANG! Students take turns picking cards and if they read the word correctly they get to keep the word. If they draw a BANG! Very simple but the kids love it and there are many variations for the game! Submitted by Heather Gilbert.
First ask a question to S1. The person who gets the most points is the winner. This can also be played in teams. Bet you can't : This game can be played in millions and millions of different ways, and essentially it's just this: go to the toy store and buy toy money.
Give each student the same amount of money at the start. Have the students bet each other that they can't do something - like this: make each S stand up and walk around. Have them say, "I bet you can't e. Get the students to bet using the toy money. You'd be surprised how much even adult students enjoy this game.
Bingo : Can be played with numbers, letters, pictures or even words. The winner is the first to either get a line or full house. Blind Toss : Have students sit down in a circle. Place a mat on the floor with numbers and a flashcard target vocabulary on each number. Taking turns, each S gets blindfolded and tosses a beanbag so as to hit a number.
For example: 4-dog, then "Dog, Dog, Dog, Dog! At the end, the S with the most points wins! Good for memorizing vocabulary since they are repeating words. Blindfold Course : Make an obstacle course in your classroom use desks, chairs, etc. This is a good pair game. The student must guess what the object is. This works well with plastic animals as they are a little challenging to guess I always throw in a dinosaur to spice things up! Blindfold Questions : Put students in a circle, with one student, blindfolded standing in the middle.
Turn the S around a few times. Board Scramble : Teacher puts the whole alphabet on the blackboard in a scramble of letters here and there, but low enough that the students can reach. Have two teams and call out a letter. The person that is able to find and circle it first wins a point for their team. To make things harder have capital and small letters. Even more challenging- have four teams all looking for the same letter.
The kids just love it. You can do it with numbers and also words. Submitted by Susie. Buzz : A counting game. Have the students sit in a circle. The students pass the ball around while counting 1, 2, 3, etc. When the number reaches 7 the S must say buzz. Any number with a 7 in it must be buzz 7, 17, 27, 37, etc.
All lesson plans are made specifically for teaching English to children. They are also accompanied by lots of materials. Can You Actions: Use this game for teaching "Can you? These actions are fun: wiggle, dance, run quickly, hop, skip, do a star jump, do a handstand, touch your toes, cross your eyes, snap your fingers, whistle, sing. Ask a S "Can you cross your eyes? If the S replies "Yes, I can" then say "Ok, go!
If the S says "No, I can't" say "Too bad. Ok, can you wiggle? Category Spin: Sit students in a circle. Spin a bottle or an arrow - the S that the arrow points to is first. The S needs to say a word from a pre-decided category. The next S will say last word plus his own and so on until it gets to the one who fails. For example: S1:"zebra", S2: "zebra cat", S3: "zebra cat dog". Category Tag: Choose a category e. Students run around the room and the teacher chases them.
Give a time limit to answer e. Category Writing Game: Divide the classroom into two or three groups. Each group chooses their "captain". Each group has to tell their captain to write down as many words as they can which belong to that category. They have 1 or 2 mins. Each group takes 1 point for each word. Correct Spelling is very important in this exercise! Charades: Have a student come to the front of the class and whisper a word or show a flashcard to that student.
The student the acts out that word and the first student to guess can be the next player. This works very well with action verbs. Clothes Fun: Students form teams of 3. Each team has a bag with some clothes in it. The first team member puts on the clothes. Then when all the clothes are on, they say, " I'm dressed" and start removing the clothes, passing them to the next team member, who repeats the process.
If you have some fancy high-heeled shoes and silly hats this is a really fun game! Very young beginner students will normally only say, "shirt", "hat" etc. My students loved it! Colors in the Air: This is good for very young ones. Give each S 2 pieces of different colored paper origami paper is ideal for this.
Teacher calls a color e. Color Circles: A good activity for young kids. Get some pieces of A3 paper and draw a large circle on each one. Pin the circles on different walls in the classroom. Model the activity: Say "Blue", take a blue crayon, walk over to one circle and color a small part of the circle. Do this for each color you plan to teach.
Continue with other students. Color Game: This is a good one for teaching the names of colors to young children. Arrange various colors of construction paper in a circle. Play some music and have the children march around the circle. Stop the music and all the children must sit down next to a color.
Pick a color and sing to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" : "Who's beside the color insert name of color? Please stand up, if it's you. Continue until all of the children get a turn. Count-off: This game requires at least 10 kids or more. They stand in a circle or in lines. Gesture to one child and he or she says "1. After 20 restart at 1. For a higher level, choose kids at random. If they're too slow or get the wrong number, they're out.
Makes a great elimination game. Cross the River: Place flashcards on floor in winding manner. Flashcards for ESL Kids. All flashcards are made specifically for teaching English to children. Directions: Build a model of a town, including some streets.
Use a radio controlled car a toy and give the controller to students. Practice directions, e. Do as I say, not as I do: A 'Simon says' game with a difference. First practice Simon Says with the students so that they understand the game and body parts. I find it works just as well omitting the 'Simon says'. Now tell them to do as you SAY, not as you do, and repeat playing the game - only this time, when you say 'touch your knees' etc, touch your ears instead, or any other part of your body.
This is a good way to see who is listening to you correctly and who is just copying your movements. Students find this game much more fun than the original. Teacher walks around the outside of the circle patting the students on the head saying "dog" each time. The teacher must try to sit in the S's spot before being tagged by the chasing S. If teacher makes it back without being touched then the chasing S walks around the circle touching heads.
This can be done with any variation of words. Draw and Roll: Split class into 2 teams. If the drawing is correct then the student rolls a dice for points. This game can be played 2 ways: The fastest person to draw the picture rolls the dice. Or the other way is to allow any student to roll the dice as long as the picture is recognizable and correct. I made my dice out of a box from the Yen store. Songs for ESL Kids. All songs are made specifically for teaching English to children.
Just download and play in your lessons. Exercises: This one is great for over excited students who need to burn off a bit of energy. It's also good for classroom commands and numbers. Stand the students in a line and call out instructions: "Jump 10 times", "Turn around 4 times" etc. Explosion: Give the students a topic and an object to pass around. Each student has to say a word in that topic e. If the time limit ends the student left holding the object loses. Fish: Before this game you need to have the students in pairs draw and cut out a picture of a fish for each pair.
While they are doing that put 2 parallel lines of tape on the floor a few meters apart. Have students play in twos - each student behind a different line. Teacher asks S1 a question. Next, teacher asks S2. The S who blows the fish over the tapped line is the winner. Fly swatter game : Divide the students into 2 teams.
Give the first in each team a fly swatter. Write the same array of answers on the board for each side. Ask student A a question a letter, blend, word, math problem, number, definition, etc. The first one to slap the write answer on the board wins a point. They get three questions and then they pass it to the next one. When the first player gets back to the front. Change the answers and do it again!
Submitted by Tammy Edwards. The teacher does an action and shouts out the word for that action. The students copy the action and repeat the word. Get Dressed! Split the class into 2 or 3 teams. On the board write teams 1, 2 and 3 plus the names of the team members. Each team needs to designate who they are going to dress.
Write items of clothing between 4 and 6 items under each group. Tell the children that the first team to dress their person is the winner. Tell them to 'get ready', count down and then empty a bin bag of clothes on the floor. The kids loved this game. Even the 2 children who wanted to sit out and watch were screeching with laughter.
To add a bit more fun, if the team has chosen to dress a boy in their group I add 'dress' or 'skirt' to their list. Submitted by G Holwill. Give Me Game: You can use with objects or flashcards. This works well with plastic fruit: Gather and elicit the different kinds of plastic fruit you have. Then throw all the fruit around the classroom it's fun just to throw the whole lot in the air and watch the chaos of the students scrabbling to pick them up.
Once the students have collected the fruit they'll probably do their best to hide it in their pockets, etc. Avoid having the fruit thrown back to you as they can go anywhere and takes a long time to finish this game. All craft sheets are made specifically for teaching English to children. Just print and use in your lessons. Hangman: The old favorite. Very good for reviewing vocab from past lessons. I spy: Teacher says "I spy with my little eye something that begins with B".
Students try to guess the object e. Colors are a good alternative for younger students " Juice: Bring a small bottle of juice e. At some point during the lesson take out the bottle and have a sip. This almost certainly will cause a mini-riot of kids asking for some. Here's an ideal opportunity to teach "Can I have some juice, please? Bring juice along every week, and before long your students will be requesting a drink in prefect English!
If you don't want your students to be drinking out of the same bottle as you bring along a few plastic cups. Knock-Knock: This can be used at the beginning of each class. Teach the students to knock on the door before entering the classroom. There are 2 variations for the next step: 1. When the S knocks, teacher says "Who's there? When the S knocks the teacher must guess who it is "Is that Koji? The S replies yes or no - if no, the teacher continues guessing. Having your students develop their own knocking styles makes this even more fun.
Certificates, attendance sheets, lesson records, lesson plan templates. Label It: This works well with newcomers of all ages who need an introduction to basic vocabulary. As long as the learners are able to identify beginning letter sounds, they should be able to do this activity. To familiarize my students with names of objects found in the classroom, I label everything with an index card that has the item's name on it.
Then I have them repeat what I read as they point to the item. The next day, I remove the cards and go through them one at a time and we place them on the correct item together. The third day, I let them label whatever they can on their own. I continue this for a few days.
When they are able to independently label most of the items, I surprise them by having them labeled incorrectly. Then they have to straighten out the mess. You can adapt this to any noun-based vocabulary list e. Your website has amazing flashcards and pictures that can be printed out and used for this. Have the students sit in a circle with you. Teacher starts by saying a word, then the S to the T's right must make a word that starts with the last letter of the word that the teacher said e.
Continue around the circle until someone makes a mistake. Line True or False: Put a line of tape on the floor and designate one side "True" and the other "False". Hold up an object or flashcard and say its word. If students think that you have said the correct word they jump on the True side, if not they jump on the False side. Incorrect students sit out until the next game. Machine: This is good for practicing emotions and sounds.
Pick one S to start. Give that S an emotion or a feeling to act. They must do an action and make a noise. One at a time students can add to it and you essentially create a "machine". This is a really fun game! Submitted by N. Make Words Game: Write a few random letters on the board. Possible words: cat, peg, tea, hat, get, etc.
The team with the most words is the winner. You'll need a fairly long classroom with space for everyone to march up and down. Teacher stands at one end of the room against the left wall. Line the students up along one side and teacher says "Go! As you all march together, teacher starts calling out the months in order "January", " February", etc. Students repeat each month Teacher:"January", Students:"January". March along at a slow pace, but smartly backs straight, arms swinging.
At certain points teacher suddenly shouts "Stop! If someone is out of line order them back in line and then continue marching where you left off. Turn around each time you reach the end of the room and continue the march. Once finished start again, but this time walk briskly.
You can do it the final time running! After a few lessons you shouldn't have to chorus the words - just get the students to chant together as they march. Name Game: Good for a first class. Sit the students in a circle. Point to yourself and say your name "I'm Jason". Then students say their names around the circle. Name Memorizing Game: Have children sit in a circle.
Start by saying "my name is.. For example "My name is Jo and I like the color Purple. It's really hard to be the last person in the circle! Submitted by Danielle. Number Codes: Cut out some squares and write numbers from on them. Put the numbers in a box and then instruct the students to place the numbers in a line as you call them out.
This also works well for phone numbers. Number Group Game: Play some music and have your students walk around the classroom. Stop the music suddenly and call out a number up to the number of students in your class. The students must quickly get together in a group of that number. Any students who didn't make it sit out until the next round.
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