A Relative Clause Speaking Activity which is Fabulously Fun

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Relative Clause Speaking Activity If you’re studying about relative clauses (who, which, that), and want to lighten up the mood a bit you can use this “Who or What is it?” relative clause speaking activity. My students always love it. Relative clauses are a bit grammar heavy to teach and…

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Can Can’t ESL Game | ESL Grammar Activity

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Can Can’t ESL Game This can can’t ESL game is great for practicing speaking, listening and writing. It’s a game for children or adults, but the content is usually covered with children more than adults. Can/Can’t is a very basic grammatical concept. Related: ESL Activities for Advanced Level Students To…

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Guessing Game ESL Warm-Up Activity

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I always like to begin my classes with a warm-up activity. After all, you don’t really know where your students have been, what their frame of mind is, or whether or not they have spoken a single word of English since your last class I find that easing into it…

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ESL Speaking Activities for Kids | ESL Games for Kids

ESL Speaking Activities for Kids

39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities: For Kids (7+) Do you want to make your English classes for kids engaging, interactive and fun for both you and the students? Want to make you life easy and save time when planning your ESL lessons? You’ll need to get 39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking…

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Fortunately/Unfortunately Speaking and Listening Activity

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I love to have a few no-prep, no materials required ESL activities in my back pocket. I’m sure everyone does who sets foot in a classroom! This is a quick, fun one to try out. Fortunately/Unfortunately: How to Do It Skills: Speaking/listening Age: 9+ Materials Required: None You may have…

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ESL Speaking Bingo | Fun ESL Games for Kids

ESL Speaking Bingo

How to Play ESL Speaking Bingo Skills: Speaking/listening/writing Time: 20-30 minutes Level: High-Beginner to Advanced Materials Required: Blank “Bingo” grids, or blank paper ESL Speaking Bingo is a very fun activity that kids, teenagers as well as university students seem to love. Have a list of about 35-40 vocabulary words that…

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Hot Potato | ESL Speaking Game for Kids

Hot potato ESL speaking game for kids

If you’re looking for a fun way to get your students talking, you’ve come to the right place! Keep on reading for all the details about Hot Potato, a quick ESL speaking activity. Hot Potato: A fun ESL speaking game for kids Skills: Speaking Time: 5-10 minutes Level: Beginner, up…

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What am I? | ESL Speaking Warm-Up | ESL Icebreaker

What am I? An ESL Warm-Up Activity

Check out this ESL Icebreaker Skills: Speaking/listening/reading Age: 10+ Materials Required: Tape or pins and vocabulary words on paper What am I? is a classic party game that is an excellent way for beginner students to practice asking simple questions. I often use it as an ESL speaking warm-up in…

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Charades ESL Game | Fun ESL Game for Kids

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If your recent classes have been filled with learning new vocabulary, considering using Charades as a fun review game. Charades ESL Game: An Introduction Skills: Speaking Time: 20-30 minutes Level: Beginner to Advanced Materials Required: White board You can use this charades ESL speaking game to review whatever vocabulary you’re…

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