Bring vocabulary to life with Scatter Sheets

Scatter Sheets can be used as warm up, theme introduction, vocabulary presentation and fluency exercises. A Scatter Sheet is a page of randomly distributed lexis based around a theme, for example Continue ReadingBring vocabulary to life with Scatter Sheets

What’s in your fridge? – a vocabulary guessing game

This is a vocabulary guessing game for practising is there and are there questions, as well as quantifiers like some, any, a lot of and vocabulary related to food, the home, the workplace, or Continue ReadingWhat’s in your fridge? – a vocabulary guessing game

Who’s the liar? – a quick and funny game for lower level students

A pack of playing cards is a handy item to keep in your bag. They’re good for selecting random students for tasks and you can use them for a variety Continue ReadingWho’s the liar? – a quick and funny game for lower level students

Pass the Bomb – the game that brings even the quietest classes to life

Pass the Bomb (Junior edition) is the perfect ESL warmer or filler and never fails to inject a bit of energy into a tired classroom. This lively vocabulary game works equally well Continue ReadingPass the Bomb – the game that brings even the quietest classes to life