Description of some of the game varieties we offer on this site. You can simply use the site search to find games by type.
A great game adapted for your learning and teaching. Simply spin the wheel and answer the question that comes up. This game can be used in ESL classrooms and one-to-one teaching. Answer the question correctly to increase your score. Click START to begin. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to play this game. Look below to see some samples of this game. Also visit the GAMES PAGE to see more games.
Students love snakes and ladders. So why not teach and learn English with this game. All you need to do in this game is answer questions correctly to get a chance at rolling the dance. If you land at the bottom of the ladder, you go up. If you land at the mouth of a snake you go down. If you exhaust the questions without finishing the game click RESTART to play again. Keep playing this game until you win. If at anytime you feel like stopping, click GIVE UP. See the VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play this game. You can also look at this sample below.
These betting games have been designed to greatly help in practicing vocabulary and sentences. There are usually 4 to 6 categories with this Jeopardy Betting Games. A player chooses an amount of money to bet on, under a category.The money represents a question. If the player answers the question, he or she wins the amount of money they bet on. Watch this VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play. You can look at these samples below.
Old time favourite hangman games are here to add to the fun. It is all about practice and play. With Hangman Escape Game you get a clue and have to spell the answer. Letters are provided for the player to spell the word. After 6 wrong attempts, the hangman hangs the player and gives the answer. If the player can spell the word, he or she escapes the hangman. This game can be played individually or in class. See the VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play or simply look at the sample below.
Memory games are excellent vocabulary practice games. Some of these memory games are audio memory games which need a speaker or headphones. The audio memory games are excellent for listening practice. The text memory games help reading and vocabulary skills. See the VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play this game. You can also look at this sample below.
Sequencing games are excellent for reading activities. The player has to sequence a text. This will involve reading a text and putting it in logical order. The player has to drag and drop number thumb tacks to sequence the texts. Watch this VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play. You can look at these samples below.
Go through a maze and jump the barriers by answering questions correctly. Answer true or false by pressing T for True and F for False. Use the arrow keys to go through the maze. If you get the wrong answer, you need to find a way to the next barrier. See the VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play or simply look at examples from the link below..
With this game the student drags letters from a panel and spells a word based on a clue provided. This game will help students better master vocabulary and remember spelling of words. It will also help reading comprehension. This game can be played individually or in class. See the VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play or simply look at the sample below.
The swap spell spelling game is also a great game for teaching reading and spelling. A clue is provided and the student has to spell words. To spell, the student has to swap yellow letters until all words are properly spelled. See the VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play this game. You can also look at this sample below.
This is a spelling game where a clue is provided with missing letters of the word that needs to be spelled. The player types in the missing letters to complete the spelling of the word. Watch this VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to play. You can look at these samples below.
Go through a maze and jump the barriers by answering questions correctly. Answer true or false by pressing T for True and F for False. Use the arrow keys to go through the maze. If you get the wrong answer, you need to find a way to the next barrier.
In this category, you will find games that practice: Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading, Spelling, Pronunciation and Listening skills.
Board games and more games you can print and take to class can be found here.Also you will find templates for building yours.
Easy categorization of the games by levels of students. Browse games by levels. For convenience we have EASY, MEDIUM & HIGH LEVELS
Designed to help you bring fun to the class, our PPT games are excellent classroom games for classes with white boards and computers.
Free ESL/EFL Online & Classroom Games
ESL Games World is the ultimate English learning fun lab with lots of interactive exercises for teachers and students of English. This site is brought to you free of charge by the same team that brought you the ESL-galaxy.com, englishmedialab.com and esltower.com. We are committed to making teachers' & students' lives a lot easier by providing useful free esl resources for teaching and learning English as a Foreign or Second Language.
We have no doubt that you will find this website a handy tool for your teaching and learning of English. Some of the games include: Wheel of Fortune, Snakes and Ladders, Hangman, Memory Games, Spelling Games, Slot Machine, Word Classification Exercises and a host of others.Read and watch Games tutorials»
If you are the type of person who prefers to have games on powerpoint or as printable handouts, we have been thinking of you. We offer board games, powerpoint games and more for the classroom and one to one teaching. They have made my lessons fun and I have no doubt yours will be fun too. Added to the good news are the templates we offer that you can use to create customized games for your classroom and teaching.
It is total fun and highly engaging fun lessons with these resources. Games have the power or eliminating negative emotions and keeping learning total fun.With the absence of the affective filter, learning is much more effective.