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WHAT PET HAVE I GOT? - guessing game

If your ESL students know lots of animal names, especially pets, but they need to practice the vocabulary in interesting context, try this guessing game ‘What pet have I got?’. Students feel comfortable to speak English, even those with low self-esteem or shy, when they work in pairs.
13/1/2021

TOMATO - speaking activity

Try this Tomato activity to practise asking questions with primary students in a funny way. The Tomato game does not need any preperation or materials. You can organize the whole lesson around this activity or use it as a filler game in your classroom.
5/10/2020

WH - QUESTIONS ACTIVITY

Are you looking for an idea how to teach question structurs to your ESL kids? Here is presented a Wh- questions activity which helps them with practising word order in English questions.
9/4/2019

HIDE AND SEEK WITH PETS

Do your students like playing hide and seek? Do they love animals? Let them play with the pets practising spelling at the same time. Simple activity for young learners to practise vocabulary for animals.
4/10/2018

YUMMY!

Practise or introduce some food vocabulary talking with your young students about their likes and dislikes.
26/2/2018

UP SIDE DOWN QUIZ

To practise question words and structures you should try 'Up Side Down Quiz' with your students.Working in groups children will feel comfortable to speak and have fun. All you need to do this activity is a sheet of paper for each group and pencils.
8/2/2017
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