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Games in english

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Brettspiele - Sag 3 Dinge... Arbeitsblatt - Kostenlose DAF Arbeitsblätter

Die Serie Brettspiele soll dazu dienen, den gegebenen Stoff mündlich, auf spielerische Weise zu wiederholen. Die Instruktionen für die Lehrer sind dabei.In diesem Brettspiel sollen die Schüler 3 Dinge sagen, über die gefragt wird. Fortgeschrittene Schüler sollten den Grund…

More fun with your teaching with Free Printable Word Match English Vocabulary game topic Daily Routines worksheets for ESL teachers using for kindergarten, preschool and so on you can either download or print directly from our website.

More fun with your teaching with Free Printable Word Match English Vocabulary game topic Daily Routines worksheets for ESL teachers using for kindergarten, preschool and so on you can either download or print directly from our website.

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This fun game is perfect for practicing the parts of the body with your ESL students. Have them roll a die and color the body parts in the correct colors.

This fun game is perfect for practicing the parts of the body with your ESL students. Have them roll a die and color the body parts in the correct colors.

Grammar corner The Writing Game - ESL Board Game

TEFL Online. ✅ TEFL courses. ✅ Accredited Certification. ✅ This board game aims to put more fun (and competition) into writing. With the prompts given on each square, players or teams try to make sentences and get to the finish line first.

This is a fun board game with 'All About Me' related questions for intermediate and advanced students. This is a great way to get to know them at the beginning of a course.

This is a fun board game with 'All About Me' related questions for intermediate and advanced students. This is a great way to get to know them at the beginning of a course.