Classroom Games: Let's Play and Learn English

Kids can learn a lot while playing games. It also gives an immediate need for the language. That is really important for young learners. Have a look at my top classroom games below. Click the link to go to the page with more info.

Check out the free small printable game cards available for the following topics: Animals, Feelings, Fruit Shapes, and Weather.

1. Tower Game-(Ages 4 and up) This is a really simple game that you can use with any flash card set and a set of paper cups. Learn more here. New! Watch a video on how to play the Tower Game.

2. Easy Ball Toss Game with Flashcards. (Ages 3 and Up) Learn more here.

3. The Sit Down Game- (Ages 2 and up) Fun and easy game to use with any vocabulary set. Learn more here.

4. Easy Counting Game. (Ages 1 and up) Learn more here.

5. What’s Your Name? Musical Chairs- (Ages 6 and up) fun basic questions game with music. Learn more here.

6. What's Missing? Game- (Ages 3 and up) simple memory game. Learn more here.

7. Musical Basic Questions-(Ages 6 and up) fun game to get the kids moving and asking questions. Learn more here.

8.Timer Games-(Ages 4 and up) race against the clock, kids love this. Learn more here.

9.Colors Board Game- (Ages 4 and up) board game for learning colors. Learn more here.

10. Simple put in order games-(Ages 1 and up) great for any age. Learn more here.

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