List of games (under construction)

This will be the location where you can find many games, we hope you will be able to find something interesting and modify it for your class level, or that you will be able to find some new idea to modify and existing game of yours!

Type of game:

Whiteboard or Blackboard Games

 Vocabulary games




Here is how we will organize them into different levels:

  1. Type of game, this includes grammar types. eg. reading games, flashcard games, involving props, special events!, outdoor, for larger groups (over 30), etc.
  2. Age group
  3. Skill level eg. beginner, intermediate, and advanced
  4. Number of students

First we labeled the type of game so you can find one suited for your lesson or  event.
Next, age group is important as kids games may not always be fun for teenagers or adults.
After that we put English skill level and the number of students.

We have classified the skill levels as follows:
Beginners (L): very basic, learning alphabet, learning to read 3 letter words and such. Is learning or can say basic sentences, eg. “this is red”, “my name is ____”, “it is a cat”.

Beginners (U): Basic to advanced knowledge of phonics, ie. learning short phonemes and starting on long or paired consonants. Can spell or are learning to spell up to 5 letter words, can read short kids story books. Can answer basic questions, like “What is your favourite _____”, “What did you do today/last weekend?”.

Intermediate (L): Advanced knowledge of phonics, currently learning long vowel combinations, consonant pairs. Starting to create sentences themselves, which may not be perfect. eg. “I like summer because ______”.

Intermediate (U): Good grasp of long vowels and consonant phonemes. Can recognise a large number of words, and can create sentences which are 60-80% gramatically correct. almost perfect sentences by themselves. Decent conversational level, can explain intermediate level board games in English to them and they will understand.

Advanced (L): Starting to write their own essays in English. Can engage in very good  converstations about different topics they are interested in such as travel, work, or their hobbies. At least 10 minutes of conversational ability without running into huge problems. Pronunciation of all phonemes should be grasped well. There may be some accent still heard, yet most phonemes shoudl be well pronounced and clear. Can read short stories and novels and have a general understanding or better.

Advanced (U): At least 30 minutes of conversational ability without running into huge problems. Business level or research level English abilities. Can read short stories and novels and have a good understanding. Anything greater than previously mentioned really.

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