A selection of interactive games and activities at starter/beginner and elementary levels.
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Starter/beginner and elementary games
A fun game that will test the young learner's ability to use irregular verbs to describe a fisherman's day.
A game for students to practise using the articles 'a' and 'an' with a variety of different nouns.
Listen and read along to the story about weather in the jungle.
Fill in the gaps to complete the cake recipe.
Complete the seaside wordsearch.
Students practise the present simple, past simple along with prepositions of place.
A fun gap-fill exercise to practise adjectives describing size and animal vocabulary.
Type the words and put them into alphabetical order.
Follow the footprints to find the animals.
Complete the animal crossword.
This colourful game is the perfect way to teach children more about animals and their habitats.
A fun game to practise animal vocabulary.
A fun games to practise prepositions of place and animal names.
An activity for students to practise recognizing words that rhyme with each other.
A fun matching game, where students match animals with their sounds.
This tricky game will test the learner's ability to read and interpret directions.
A game focussing on the present continuous, along with vocabulary for places and leisure activities.
A fun activity where students learn vocabulary relating to the seaside by solving anagrams.
A game for students to practise adjectives, nouns and question forms relating to the subject of shopping.
Follow the lines and write the correct price for each item of shopping.
Drag the Birthdays into the correct order.
Students complete seaside dot-to-dot puzzles and then learn to spell the objects in the pictures.
An activity to practise can and can't and vocabulary relating to leisure activities.
Complete the crossword by naming the pictured items of clothing.
A fun activity for students to practise prepositions of place.
Click on the colours and drag them over the correct item of clothing.
Connect the dots in the order of the alphabet to reveal the animal underneath.
Complete the crossword by typing the correct names of the pictured objects.
This game is a brilliant tool for children to practise using adverbs.
Join the dots to practise asking and answering questions.
Drag the objects into the pictures to dress the people.
A typing activity to practise comparatives and superlatives relating to food and diet.
In this bright game children match the words with the pictures to describe everyday activities.
A tricky game where children fill boxes with goodies and, in doing so, practise putting nouns into different categories.
Click and drag through each word you find to complete the word search.
An entertaining game where students match the words about food and clothing.
Students practise prepositions of place and fruit vocabulary.
An entertaining game where students find words relating to leisure activities.
This bright and cheery game tests a child's ability to fill in a crossword puzzle.
A fun interactive game for students to practise ages, dates and birthdays.
A challenging gap-fill activity for students to practise using the correct form of the verb 'to have'.
A visual activity for students to practise the first conditional with words relating to health and personal hygiene.
In this fun game young learners drag the words into the gaps to test their knowledge of possessives.
A game to practise asking and answering questions in the present continuous.
A game to practise the present continuous tense with vocabulary relating to the home and garden.
A fun game to practise prepositions of place.
A visual activity where students choose the correct adjective to describe various parts of the house and garden.
A game to practise prepositions of place with household items.
Find the words of the household items to complete the game.
A fun game for students to answer questions on age.
Write what the people in the pictures can and can't do.
Sing along to the ice cream song and drag the correct colour to each picture.
An activity about a picnic in the park to give students practise in using imperatives.
Students solve anagrams to practise vocabulary relating to the library.
Click on the correct sign and fill in the name of the place.
Complete the sentences by filling in the past tense form of each verb.
Type the correct names of the pictured objects.
A fun game to practise using the imperative 'must'.
This is a stimulating game for children to drag the words into the gaps to describe the different jobs that people do.
This bright and cheery game tests a child's ability to look at a picture and answer the questions accordingly.
Prepositions of place with animals in the jungle.
Look at the leisure timetable and fill in the gaps using the correct adverbs of frequency.
Fill the gaps to make comparisons between the pictures.
A listening game to practise using the imperative.
Look at the picture and write where each of the objects are.
Find the names of the electrical household goods in the wordsearch.
A fun game to practise naming parts of the body and clothing.
Students drag the pictures into the correct boxes to practise talking about daily routines.
Name and count the items of furniture inside the house.
Students identify the odd one out from a series of nouns.
A typing activity where students use the pictures to help them write sentences about different opinions on leisure activites and pastimes.
Count the pictures and drag the words and numbers into the gaps.
Use the paint brush to paint the pictures.
Use the paint brush to paint the different objects in the pictures.
Students paint various objects and learn to recognize colours.
A fun game for students to practise the verb 'to have' with vocabulary for people, animals and things.
A fun gap-fill activity to practise pronouns.
A game for students to practise recognizing and spelling numbers in word form.
A great game for children to practise writing positive and negative sentences.
Drag the objects and put them into the correct place in the room.
A challenging activity to give students practise in recognizing the present simple and present continuous forms of various verbs.
Students complete a crossword to practise the present continuous tense and vocabulary relating to leisure activities.
Students match various questions with the corresponding answers in this game.
Students solve a quick wordsearch to practise various nouns.
Complete the crossword about Princess' family.
A game to practise using 'must' and 'must not' when taking about rules.
A visual activity to recognise words relating to weather and the seasons in different countries of the world.
Answer the questions about the shopping list.
An activitity to practise using 'should' for obligation.
A lively sing-along activity about a train journey to practise using the present continuous.
Students can use their knowledge of South American countries to complete this challenging crossword.
Complete the crossword about the Stone Age.
Answer the questions about life in the Stone Age.
Click on the pictures that match the descriptions.
Drag and drop the answers into the gaps.
A sing-along activity to practise using the present continuous tense.
Students learn and spell the names of various different nouns, all beginning with the letter M. Students then put these words into alphabetical order.
A fun matching activity for students to practise adjectives to describe people.
Students listen to to a story about an orang-utan and read along to practise vocabulary relating to parts of the body and describing appearance.
Drag the words into the gaps to complete the story about the park.
An exercise to practise recognising and using ordinal numbers.
A matching activity to practise adjectives relating to weather.
This is a brilliant sing-along song for children about the weather.
A fun activity for children to practise using prepositions of place to describe household objects.
A fun game for students to practise telling the time in English.
A fun activity to practise talking about personal details.
A game to practise using the correct form of the verb 'to be' along with vocabulary relating to people and animals.
Fill the gaps to say what happened today and yesterday.
Find the words related to toys and games in the wordsearch.
A challenging game for students to practise using determiners.
A fun typing activity to practise talking about vacations in the past simple tense.
A visual recognition game to practise various nouns.
Click on the words that complete the sentences which describe what the people are doing.
A visual game to practise describing animals and people.
This is a stimulating game where children click on the correct answers to describe what the little girl can do.
A game to practise questions forms with vocabulary for leisure activities.
An entertaining game for students to answer questions using the verb 'to be'.
Practise the present and past simple by saying what comes next.
This game about food allows students to have fun while practising using the past simple.
This is a colorful game where children drag the words into the gaps to describe a variety of activities.
Choose the activity to match the person.
In this colourful game, children look at the pictures and click on the correct words to describe the picture.
Young learners fill in the gaps to complete the sentences.
In this fun game young learners drag the words into the gaps to practise telling the time.
Students click on the correct answers to describe Tom.
Students fill in the gaps to describe the work people do.
A game to practise the second conditional and hobbies.
Set the clocks to the written times.
A fun activity to practise using the future tense with 'going to' and vocabulary relating to the weather.
A game to practise prepositions of place with jobs and places of work.
An enjoyable game for young learners to test their understanding of questions.
Students identify the odd one out in groups of words.
A fun gap-fill task to practise describing people using the verbs 'to have' and 'to be' plus adjectives.
Drag and drop the words to match the pictures.
A fun game about having a picnic that will test a young learner's ability to use possessives.
Fill in the gaps to practise possessive -s.
Students sort the pictures into groups to practise recognising noun categories.
Drag the jigsaw pieces to make the words.
Drag the numbers to the words.
Write the question that matches the response.