Roll the dice and find the pictures. This game can be used to practise simple vocabulary, to make full sentences and to practise forming questions.
This speaking activity is great for playing rapid fire question games, revising topic vocabulary and for general speaking practice. Simply click on the cards to reveal the questions.
Practise speaking about different topics with this fun activity. It’s great for developing fluency, revising vocabulary and practising grammar structures.
Practise making conversations and role plays! This activity is great for practising simple grammar structures, asking questions and using a wide range of vocabulary.
Your students will love playing this true or false quiz activity. It’s a fun and enjoyable way to practise and improve reading comprehension.
Learn and practise spelling and vocabulary with this fun letter game. Simply drag the letters and place them in the correct order.
Match the pictures to the words. This game is great for learning and practising vocabulary. Your students will love it!
Find the words by matching one half to the other half. A great activity for practising spelling and revising vocabulary.
Help your students practise English with these fun board games! Play with up to 6 students, perfect for breakout rooms, small groups or even one to one lessons!
Spin the reel and invent a story. This is a fun and enjoyable activity to help your students think creatively and improve their speaking and writing skills.
Practise using comparative adjectives with these fun conversation starters. This activity is a great way to improve speaking skills and to practise and revise vocabulary.
Spin the reels and create a monster! A fun way to practise body parts, numbers, colours, hobbies, likes, dislikes, daily routine and much more! This is a creative and fun activity which your students will love!
Play this fun vocabulary game to revise and practise different topics. Give your students extra points if they guess the ones which are written on the cards!
This is a great speaking activity to get to know your students, initiate conversations and practise speaking for fluency.
Practise talking about dates, plans and events. A great conversation starter and perfect for practising ordinal numbers.
These speaking activities are great for learning and practising directions, town vocabulary and prepositions of place.
These speaking activities are a great way to practise animal vocabulary, prepositions and present continuous.