Posts tagged with: Games

As summer arrives, children across the country eagerly anticipate the end of the academic year and the beginning of long, leisurely days. While this vacation spirit brings joy, it also challenges parents seeking engaging activities that promote physical activity and...
Are you searching for dynamic methods to ignite a passion to teach vocabulary for ESL students? If so, you’re in the right place! We’ve compiled a selection of unique websites that will not only boost your students’ language skills but...
As the school year winds down, it is sometimes difficult to keep teaching to the last minute so here are 13 fun things to do on the last day of school!...
Here are some end of lesson activities and ideas that can be used for the remaining three to five minutes of you class time....
This deserted island survival activity is based off the Lost at Sea team building game in relation to the book Robinson Crusoe in my literature class....
In this fun abstract word art activity, kids practice building sentences then create paintings of the mad-lib sentences they come up with....
In this simple game, students will guess the mystery word based on two or three pictures. The pictures are the clue to the puzzle so the students must be able to identify them first, then combine the words to get...
Here’s a simple PowerPoint presentation I made, including editable fingerprints on a Word document. File Type: .zip File Size: 12 MB   ALSO TRY: DAY OF THE DEAD COLORFUL SKULLS...
On this list you'll find 3 educational games for a cause that are accessible to students of English and can therefore be used inside the classroom....
Gone were the days when teachers deliver the same old lectures day after day. Now, teachers are expected to use fun classroom activities using technology....