Memory Reading

Age: 6 or above. Skill level: Intermediate and above. Class size: Under 15. This game can be quite a good dialogue reading game. It’s simple so have fun with it! How to play Have students read the dialogue, work on pronunciation of difficult words first. Next write a number next to each line. It works out if the number of…

Bang Game

Age: Above 7. Skill Level: Any. Class size: Below or around 25. We called this “Around the world” when I was at Primary school, however my students started call it “Bang game”, which is probably easier to remember (I think you will understand). How to play: Either separate the class into teams, or have them be solo players. Either is…

Monster Game

Age: Kindergarten. Skill level: Any. Class size: Below 25. Kindergarten kids are really cute, and this game is great to help remember and test vocabulary. Sometimes it’s hard to teach as a first time, yet it will become a favourite pretty soon.  How to play: Show the students the flashcards, one by one. Get them to repeat. After you finish,…

Western Shootout

Age: 4 years and above. Skill level: Any. Class size: Below 20 students. This game is pretty fun and a good go to! It provides great challenge and competition which when used well can make a really fun classroom game! I’ve never tried, however you can definitely add props to it, and make other variations! We say below twenty students…

Wizard Battle!

Age: Kindergarten and Younger elementary (3-7 years of age) Skill level: Beginner (L) to Intermediate (U) Class size: Under 20 students. I love using this one for kindy and younger elementary students just because they are so cute! It won’t require too much prep, and you can reuse the props! Simple rules The game is simple, introduce everyone today you…

Which is missing?

Age: All ages. Just change how you play depending on age. Skill level: Any Class size: Less than twenty students. Which is missing is a very simple game yet is so versatile. It’s definitely one of my go to’s! Personally I’ve played this game over a hundred times! How to play: You may place flashcards in a place where everyone…