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Here you will find diverse board games designed either for entertainment or for making learning enjoyable and effective. The games can be used as a means of acquainting the learners with certain aspects of grammar and vocabulary. Your feedback on the game will be greatly appreciated. Play, enjoy and learn!

Here you will find diverse board games designed either for entertainment or for making learning enjoyable and effective. The games can be used as a means of acquainting the learners with certain aspects of grammar and vocabulary. Your feedback on the game will be greatly appreciated. Play, enjoy and learn!
Clock Bingo
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Clock Bingo

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Time Bingo Game is a fun way to teach time expressions! Classic Bingo game for kids and ESL students that helps develop clocks recognition and listening skills. Ages 6 & up Includes: • 5 Bingo Cards • 40 Caller Cards • Instruction The game can be played by 2-5 players. If it is used in classrooms, teachers may divide their class into small groups and print multiple copies to play. Print, cut out, laminate and enjoy!
Clothes and Accessories Board Game
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Clothes and Accessories Board Game

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This item may be used as a board game or a poster. It can also be helpful for use with students learning English as a second language. The board game helps children or adults expand their vocabulary and become confident with names of different types of clothes and accessories. The bright illustrations of clothes will keep players interested and engaged. The game has playing instructions printed on the board for ease of use. AGE: Suitable for players aged 7 and up. NUMBER OF PLAYERS: There can be 2 or up to 8 players. More players make the game go faster. BASIC RULES OF THE GAME: Players take turns rolling the die and go according to the rolled points. When they land on a square, they name the object in the picture. If the players make a mistake, they return to the square where they were before. The winner is the first player who gets to the finish. OPTIONAL: To make the game harder, players may build a sentence with the object on the square or explain when and why we use the thing in the picture. After printing, the game should be laminated to make it more durable and last longer.
Fruit, Nuts and Vegetables Board Game
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Fruit, Nuts and Vegetables Board Game

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This item may be used as a board game or a poster. It can also be helpful for use with students learning English as a second language. The board game helps expand vocabulary and become confident with the names of different fruit, nuts and vegetables. The bright illustrations will keep players interested and engaged. The game has playing instructions printed on the board for ease of use. AGE: Suitable for players aged 7 and up. NUMBER OF PLAYERS: There can be 2 or up to 8 players. More players make the game go faster. BASIC RULES OF THE GAME: Players take turns rolling the die and go according to the rolled points. When they land on a square, they name the object in the picture. If the players make a mistake, they return to the square where they were before. The winner is the first player who gets to the finish. OPTIONAL: To make the game harder, players may build a sentence with the object in the picture, tell where it grows and how we can cook it. After printing, the game should be laminated to make it more durable and last longer.
Animals and Insects Board Game
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Animals and Insects Board Game

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This item may be used as a board game or a poster. It can also be helpful for use with students learning English as a second language. The board game helps expand vocabulary and become confident with the names of different animals and insects. The bright illustrations will keep players interested and engaged. The game has playing instructions printed on the board for ease of use. AGE: Suitable for players aged 7 and up. NUMBER OF PLAYERS: There can be 2 or up to 8 players. More players make the game go faster. BASIC RULES OF THE GAME: Players take turns rolling the die and go according to the rolled points. When they land on a square, they name the object in the picture. If the players make a mistake, they return to the square where they were before. The winner is the first player who gets to the finish. OPTIONAL: To make the game harder, players may tell where the animal or insect shown on the square lives, what it can do, eat, etc. After printing, the game should be laminated to make it more durable and last longer.