Click here for a link to games that kids play in the West. Some are outside games and some aren’t. They are divided alphabetically, by category and favorites.  Capture the Flag, Duck, Duck, Goose, Heads Up Seven Up, Green Light- Yellow Light and much more. There is also a site map button, so I’m sure you will find something that will work for you and your students.

What Time is it Mr. Wolf? This is a cute game you can use to teach the kids to tell time and have fun too!

Click here for the first of eight pages of easy ESL games, brought to you by the good people at ESL Kids.

Click here for an alphabetical list of fun games (boy- o-boy, these look fun!) that can be used in the classroom.

Finally, let’s not forget Internet TESOL Journal’s always valuable contribution to teaching ESL not matter where you happen to land in this “crazy, mixed up world.” (The following quote is courtesy of Ilsa. It is taken from the Paris flashback montage scene in the classic movie Casablanca. More on Casablanca to follow.)

More ESL Games

29 Nov

I ran across this on You Tube and thought it was really good.  It is a bowling game that requires the students to knock down colored pins. The vocabulary words are divided up into colors that correspond to the pin’s color. One team rolls the bowling ball and then the other team has to say a sentence using the words that are organized by color. I know it sounds confusing, but watch this to see how it is done.

Click here for a link to an article at ESL Focus about using ESL games to motivate  adults. At the end of the article she offers 10 tips.

More ESL games

Click here for a cute Alien zookeeper game.