Listen to the show. This is a relatively easy to prepare game that you can use to practice compound words or spelling. It is designed for larger classes, but can be easily adapted to small groups. Have fun!
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Listen to the show. In 5 minutes practice any target language with students aged 5-100. All you need are some markers and students. It’s a great warm-up activity or review activity.
Listen to the show. Spice up your game of Simon Says.
Listen to the show. This is a great game for practicing adverbs of frequency and other vocabulary possibilities. There is very little preparation involved for the teacher and all you need is a couple sheets of paper. Have fun!
Listen to the show. This is a simple warm-up or game that requires no prep or materials. It also helps stimulate the brain and get students ready for more learning. Students shoot out numbers and … The game was originally posted in the MES-English forums by Jenny. You can read the original post and follow […]
Listen to the show. A challenge has been put forth… Can you answer the call?
Listen to the show. Eric goes over his newest activity for the classroom. Students speak, listen, work on their English, get and give peer feedback. It can be done as a review activity, warm-up or for an entire lesson. Try it in your classes!
Listen to the show. This is an easy to prepare, one sheet game. Try to get four of their mark in a row to earn a point. It’s a great game for sentence formation practice, question formation and/or the negative. This is an MES-English.com original game nad copyright MES English. Get the printable game board […]
Listen to the show. Sue Swift of http://eltnotebook.blogspot.com brings this week’s game of the week. It’s a simple game of guess or describe what’s in the bag. The set up and preparation are easy but it’s the amount of possibilities this activity offers that’s surprising!
Listen to the show. This is a word game that helps students expand their vocabulary and test their own limits in a fun and unique way. Great for larger classes but can be adapted for smaller groups. The ideal targets for this game are upper elementary school students to adults. Have fun!