In this worksheet, students ask each other questions on the worksheet. When they find someone with one of the answers, they mark an “X” in their worksheet. Get 3 in a row and win.
This free-talking ESL board game “Talktastic” requires a game board and dice to play. But with a bit of preparation, students will be speaking in English in no time.
Like regular Bingo, the first student with a line is the winner. Instead of sitting down and listening to the teacher, they have to walk around asking question in their Bingo Sheets.
If you want to get shy students communicating in English, sometimes the best thing is to get them comfortable. So you put them in pairs, and you do something fun in English with their partner. That’s where these free printable board games work best.
The purpose of the “Shout It” board game is to get your partner to say the word on the card. But the only rule is that you can’t say the actual word.
Instead of answering questions like in a quiz show, students make the questions. Each card has a word with a point value. When they make a correct question, they get the point value.
Roll the dice, make a question and keep track of points. Practice who, what, when, where, why and have you ever questions based on the dice roll.
In this pairs activity, students practice giving maze directions. While one student closes their eyes with a pencil in hand, the other student gives directions out of the maze.
In pairs, players take turns writing X and O in these blank and printable tic tac toe sheets. The purpose of tic-tac-toe is to get 3 in a row in the vertical, horizontal and diagonal directions.
In this following directions worksheet, one student wears a blindfold so they can’t see anything. Students in class help the blindfolded student around an obstacle course.