EFL TEACHER RESOURCES
5 Second Rule
This game is great for students to practice vocabulary. The instructor gives a category and the student has 5 seconds to name three vocabulary words related to the specific topic. You can play it with individual students or in teams. The game comes with cards, and a fun 5 second timer.
This is the modern version of Telephone. Students work as a team to write a vocabulary word on a page, then pass the page for other students to draw a version of the word with a picture. The following student sees the picture tries to guess the word. It gets great laughs when the round is finished and the idea has changed from the original. It's a great way to get the creative juices flowing.
This is the original version of what is now called Word Blitz on apps. Students practice creating words with random letter mixes. This is a perfect game for levels B1+. It is competitive and cane be used individually or with groups.
This is always a great option for adjectives for physical appearances. It is also a great practice of articles of clothing. Students can practice forming questions about clothing, accessories, and facial features.
This is one of our favorites for conversation topics. Each card has an ice breaker question. It is great for parties, classroom warm-up activities etc.
Phrase It is a great game for conversation practice. It was designed specifically for EFL students and is perfect for small or large groups.
These small cubes come with pictures that inspire story telling or general grammar practice for sentence structure. Each side of the cube has a picture that encourage students to share ideas.
These small magnets are broken into individual words. Students can practice correct sentence structure in groups, or individually. It's great for vocabulary practice.
What Do You Meme?
This is a perfect activity for levels B2+. Every situation in life has a perfect meme. Students read the caption and try to match the described situation with the perfect image.