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

Describe the (imaginary) picture

In this activity, students describe a picture using useful vocabulary such as, there is, there are and the present continuous tense. It’s good for practising asking questions and stretching your students’ creativity Continue ReadingDescribe the (imaginary) picture

Kim’s game – practise there is and there are with this memory game

Kim’s game is an old-time memory game that can be used for reviewing there is and there is/are/was/were and for introducing some useful vocabulary for common household objects. You will Continue ReadingKim’s game – practise there is and there are with this memory game