Great games for lessons

All too often when we talk about games in language lessons we mean some “fun” way of practising the present perfect for with a dice or a board for example, I’m not sure all my students are convinced by this!

There are however loads of “real” games that are fun, even for lower level classes.

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Headbands is great fun, you have to ask questions such as “am I an animal?” etc.

My students also love Werewolf; a kind of role play game which doesn’t need much vocabulary either.

Then of course there’s Taboo, which also has a junior version.

All the Brainboxes are fabulous, and Choices in a jar are a great way of getting conversations going.

What about you? Please leave a few suggestions in the comments box.

 

 

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