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PostSubject: Classroom Language : ESL Kids Classroom Games & Activities   4th December 2015, 12:50 am

Action Race:
This is a fun game using actions. Use actions like jump, hop, clap, run etc. Have the Ss split into two teams and sit in lines with a chair by each team and
one chair at the other end of the room. One S from each team stands next to their chair and T calls an action, e.g. "Jump". Ss must jump to the chair
on the other side of the room and back, sitting down in their chair Ss say "I can jump". First one to do it gets their team a point.
(Submitted by Gareth Thomas).

Bet you can't:
This game can be played in millions and millions of different ways, and essentially it's just this: go to the toy store and buy toy money. Give each student
the same amount of money at the start. Have the students bet each other that they can't do something - like this: make each S stand up and walk around.
Have them say, "I bet you can't (e.g. count to 20, run around the room 5 times, sing the ABC song. etc.)". Get the Ss to bet using the toy money.
You'd be surprised how much even adult students enjoy this game

Blind Toss:
Have students sit down in a circle. Place a mat on the floor with numbers and a flashcard (target vocabulary) on each number. Taking turns, each S gets blindfolded
and tosses a beanbag so as to hit a number. S/he must call out that word the same number of times as the number indicates. For example: 4-dog,
then "Dog, Dog, Dog, Dog! and the S gets the equal points (4). At the end, the S with the most points wins! Good for memorizing vocabulary since they are repeating words. (Submitted by Salvador Domingo).

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