How To Practice Questions Using The Game What's In The Bag? - Easy ESL Games
This Super Simple game submission comes from Lawrence. Lawrence is originally from Los Angeles, and has been teaching kids in Japan for 10 years. Last year, he opened a school named is American English School in Tarui, Gifu prefecture.
The Details About What’s in the Bag?:
- It’s a great game for young learners because it involves a little bit of mystery and it appeals to tactile learners
- The only materials you’ll need are a bag made out of cloth (make sure it doesn’t have holes) and a few lesson related toys.
- If you want to add a little music we'd recommend playing the Super Simple Song, Mystery Box in the background. Everytime the song says "Mystery Box" just say "Mystery Bag" a little bit louder.
This game can be modified to fit any lower level language topic. In this example we're using food as the topic. Target languages include "Is it a banana?" "Do you like bananas?" and whatever other peripheral English you choose to include.
Here's How To Play What's In The Bag?:
What's In The Bag?:
- It's a classic ESL classroom game.
- It's about as easy as a game can get.
- It can easily be tweaked into a conversation starter.