High School ESL Games

Routines is a great ESL Game that pushes your memory to the limit.
Routines is a simple ESL game that requires almost no set up and is an extremely effective way to teach phrasal[...]
ESL Game #049 – How Many Questions?
How Many Questions? is a great warm up activity that gets any High School or lower level Adult class started[...]
Read My Lips – a pronunciation game without any speaking.
This game forces students to REALLY focus on their pronunciation.  Actually to be more specific students have to concentrate on[...]
Concentration is a classic ESL game that requires students to find pairs of lesson related vocabulary cards.
Concentration is a classic ESL game. It's extremely simple and all you need is two identical sets of vocabulary cards.[...]
Super Tic-Tac-Toe will work in any high school or low level adult ESL lesson.
Super Tic Tac Toe is a great ESL/EFL game when it's used together with an A - Z Race as[...]
Practice using the past tense with Mystery Bag Story Time, our ESL twist on a story chain.
Mystery Bag Story time is a  great ESL game to use in your high school or adult classes.  This story[...]
Using the game Tic Tac Toe Hangman is an easy way to teach American vs British English in your ESL classroom.
One technique I love to use when using games in my ESL classes is combining two or more of the[...]
Dictation is just about the easiest ESL game you’re ever going to play.
The majority of ESL games focus on one particular element of language learning: reading, speaking, writing, listening, etc.  Dictation is[...]
Teach the past tense with Fortunately / Unfortunately.
Fortunately/Unfortunately is an awesome ESL game for teaching the simple past tense.  It requires listening, speaking and a lot of creativity. The Details: There[...]
ESL Games Adult Resource #013 – Hamas Capture Israeli Spy Dolphin
Easy ESL Games has recently partnered with Premier ESL in an effort to bring you the most comprehensive and entertaining[...]