Never, Ever Have I Ever - ESL speaking game for beginners and advanced students

Never, Ever Have I Ever - ESL speaking game for beginners and advanced students

ESL speaking game for beginners and advanced students alike, a fun NO PREP activity. All students can practice speaking and forming the present perfect tense with regular and irregular verbs. The past participles are written on the cards. The way the cards are organized even beginners can use them and have a great time playing this fun speaking game. Students practice saying "Never, ever have I ever" or "I have" followed by something they may or may not have done. Use this game in class with small groups or at a language club event. Just print out the cards, laminate if possible, punch holes in the upper corner and attach with a keychain. A fun no prep activity for years to come! Included with this resource: 75 game cards - Black and white and color versions - Ready to print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook together with a key ring. Here's how the game works: Begin your sentence with "Never, ever have I ever" if you have never done what is written on the card. Begin with "I have" if you have done it. Other players can react in a variety of ways: Me too. Me neither. I have, too. If you say that you have done something (and you're not a beginner) you have to tell the story about when you did what is on the card in English.
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120 ESL conversation starters - Beginner to advanced levels

120 ESL conversation starters - Beginner to advanced levels

Here are 120 NO PREP ESL conversation starters in the form of task cards. There is a question on each card. You can pick and choose the ones that are at the right level for your students. These cards are perfect for building speaking skills and vocabulary! This is a great speaking activity for small groups. Students of ages high school to adult learners will benefit from this exercise by building their vocabulary skills and using all of the grammar they've been learning. Just cut out the 120 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and hook the stack of cards together with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included.
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ESL Themed Vocabulary Speaking Questions - GROWING BUNDLE

ESL Themed Vocabulary Speaking Questions - GROWING BUNDLE

Want your ESL students to practice using themed vocabulary from the chapters you study? Are you looking for a fun way for them to review vocabulary they've already learned? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can pull out these cards and use them as ice-breakers, bell-ringers, club activities, games and much more. Right now this bundle includes five sets, but I will be adding at least 15 more sets over the course of the year. When you purchase this bundle today at this discounted price you will get ALL FUTURE SETS FOR FREE. That's right! All you'll need to do is re-download. Every time I add a new set the price will increase slightly. Now's a great time to get in on the deal. You can use these speaking question cards after teaching themed vocabulary or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. Each set contains 30 questions. More than half of the questions begin with interrogative words encouraging more than YES and NO responses. All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
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ESL Speaking Questions - Family and Friends Vocabulary

ESL Speaking Questions - Family and Friends Vocabulary

Want your ESL students to use their FAMILY AND FRIENDS vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for family and friends or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. There are 30 questions in all. About half of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. Topics used in these cards: * Family members * Immediate and extended family * Friends * Relationships * Preferences All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Have a look at the thumbnail to see how cute they turn out. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
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ESL Themed Vocabulary Speaking Questions - GROWING BUNDLE

ESL Themed Vocabulary Speaking Questions - GROWING BUNDLE

Want your ESL students to practice using themed vocabulary from the chapters you study? Are you looking for a fun way for them to review vocabulary they've already learned? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can pull out these cards and use them as ice-breakers, bell-ringers, club activities, games and much more. Right now this bundle includes five sets, but I will be adding at least 15 more sets over the course of the year. When you purchase this bundle today at this discounted price you will get ALL FUTURE SETS FOR FREE. That's right! All you'll need to do is re-download. Every time I add a new set the price will increase slightly. Now's a great time to get in on the deal. You can use these speaking question cards after teaching themed vocabulary or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. Each set contains 30 questions. More than half of the questions begin with interrogative words encouraging more than YES and NO responses. All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
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Daily Routine - ESL Taboo Speaking Game

Daily Routine - ESL Taboo Speaking Game

Playing ESL TABOO is a great way to get students to speak English and learn a lot of new vocabulary. This game is simple to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. The them of this TABOO game is DAILY ROUTINE. 32 playing cards are included. This ESL Taboo game includes the following: How to play (beginner and advanced levels) 32 Taboo game cards to print, cut out and laminate if possible *In the upper left corner there's a spot for you to punch holes in the cards so that you can then attach them with a ring for no prep use every time! Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Beginner students should be allowed to use the TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues.
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I have ... Who has? ESL house and home vocabulary activity

I have ... Who has? ESL house and home vocabulary activity

This is a really fun game to practice with your students who are learning vocabulary about HOUSE AND HOME, and it involves NO PREP. I've included both a beginner and intermediate version of the game. The beginner version has the words written out and the intermediate version only shows pictures. Have a look at the thumbnails to see what they look like. Each version includes 32 cards. Depending on class size you could either give each student more than one card or have them play with a partner. I recommend printing out and laminating these cards if possible so that you can use them over and over again. Here's how this activity works. Once each student has a card (or cards), the one who has the card that says "I'll begin" starts the game. He says, for example, "I'll begin. I have the fireplace. Who has the window?" The person who has the card with a window on it says, "I have the window. Who has the curtains?" And so the activity goes on until the last card is called and that student's card will say, "That's the end!" Another idea is to prepare two sets of cards, divide your class into two groups and let each group have a go to see which team can get through the entire deck of cards the fastest. If the vocabulary is completely new you could start out with the beginner deck and as the words become more familiar you could move on to the intermediate level. It's really a lot of fun, and though you can play with younger students the older ones love this game just as much.
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30 ESL Speaking Questions - CLOTHES

30 ESL Speaking Questions - CLOTHES

Want your ESL students to use their CLOTHES vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your low intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for clothes or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. There are 30 questions in all. Most of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. Topics used in these cards: * Different kinds of clothing * Shopping * Describing clothes & accessories * Dressing for special occasions * Preferences All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Have a look at the thumbnail to see how cute they turn out. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
jenniferprof
120 ESL conversation starters - Beginner to advanced levels

120 ESL conversation starters - Beginner to advanced levels

Here are 120 NO PREP ESL conversation starters in the form of task cards. There is a question on each card. You can pick and choose the ones that are at the right level for your students. These cards are perfect for building speaking skills and vocabulary! This is a great speaking activity for small groups. Students of ages high school to adult learners will benefit from this exercise by building their vocabulary skills and using all of the grammar they've been learning. Just cut out the 120 cards, punch holes in the spaces provided and hook the stack of cards together with a key ring. It would be a great idea to print on card stock and laminate the cards before punching holes and attaching them. Super easy and no prep for years to come. Both black and white and color versions are included.
jenniferprof
ESL Speaking Questions - Vacation

ESL Speaking Questions - Vacation

Want your ESL students to use their vacation vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for vacations or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. There are 30 questions in all. All of the questions are asked in the YOU form and require the answering student to respond using I. Most of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. Some questions are in the near future while others are in the past tense. Topics used in these cards: * Means of transportation * Geographical locations * Some airport vocabulary * Travel destinations (beach, mountain, etc.) * Preferences All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
jenniferprof
Never, Ever Have I Ever - ESL speaking game for beginners and advanced students

Never, Ever Have I Ever - ESL speaking game for beginners and advanced students

ESL speaking game for beginners and advanced students alike, a fun NO PREP activity. All students can practice speaking and forming the present perfect tense with regular and irregular verbs. The past participles are written on the cards. The way the cards are organized even beginners can use them and have a great time playing this fun speaking game. Students practice saying "Never, ever have I ever" or "I have" followed by something they may or may not have done. Use this game in class with small groups or at a language club event. Just print out the cards, laminate if possible, punch holes in the upper corner and attach with a keychain. A fun no prep activity for years to come! Included with this resource: 75 game cards - Black and white and color versions - Ready to print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook together with a key ring. Here's how the game works: Begin your sentence with "Never, ever have I ever" if you have never done what is written on the card. Begin with "I have" if you have done it. Other players can react in a variety of ways: Me too. Me neither. I have, too. If you say that you have done something (and you're not a beginner) you have to tell the story about when you did what is on the card in English.
jenniferprof
ESL Speaking Questions - House and Home

ESL Speaking Questions - House and Home

Want your ESL students to use their HOUSE AND HOME vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your low intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for the home or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. There are 30 questions in all. All of the questions are asked in the YOU form and require the answering student to respond using I. Most of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. Most questions are in the present tense. Topics used in these cards: * Types of homes * Rooms * Furniture * Household chores * Preferences All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
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ESL Speaking Questions - Restaurants and Eating Out

ESL Speaking Questions - Restaurants and Eating Out

Want your ESL students to use their restaurant and eating out vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for restaurants or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. There are 30 questions in all. All of the questions are asked in the YOU form and require the answering student to respond using I. Most of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. Some questions are in the near future while others are in the past tense. Topics used in these cards: * Different kinds of restaurants * Food * Servers * Descriptions * Preferences All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
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Natural Disasters - ESL Taboo Game

Natural Disasters - ESL Taboo Game

Natural disasters: Many times when teaching higher level ESL vocabulary it is nice to have a way to engage students and encourage them to speak about things that happen in the world around us. This ESL taboo game will have your students talking about all kinds of natural disasters, how to prepare for them (if possible) and the consequences of such horrible happenings around the world. This product includes: Set of 20 English Taboo game cards How to play Taboo
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ESL EASTER Theme Taboo Game

ESL EASTER Theme Taboo Game

Play this ESL EASTER theme Taboo game and have some fun! Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in ESL class. I love to play the game Taboo with my students. ESL taboo is a game that is easy to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. 8 of the 32 cards are religious in nature. If you don't want to or can't include cards of a religious nature in your curriculum you can easily leave them out. Your students will learn a lot of new and useful vocabulary while preparing for and playing this fun game. This ESL Easter theme Taboo game includes: 32 different Taboo game cards to create a deck that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes in and attach with a key ring for as many sets as you need (black and white + color versions provided). Game instructions for both beginner and advanced students. Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are those written beneath the word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed, and the team with the most points wins.
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ESL - SPRING Vocabulary Taboo Game

ESL - SPRING Vocabulary Taboo Game

Play this ESL SPRING Vocabulary Taboo game and have some fun! Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in ESL class. I love to play the game Taboo with my students. ESL taboo is a game that is easy to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. Your students will learn a lot of new and useful vocabulary while playing this fun speaking game. This ESL SPRING Vocabulary Taboo game includes: 40 different Taboo game cards to create a deck that you will print and cut out for as many teams as you need (black and white + color versions provided). I like to laminate them, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Talk about years to come of no prep activities! Game instructions for both beginner and advanced students. Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are those written beneath the word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed, and the team with the most points wins.
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ESL Taboo Game, Countries and Cities

ESL Taboo Game, Countries and Cities

Playing TABOO in English is a great way to get ESL students to speak English and learn a lot of new vocabulary. This game focuses on different cities and countries around the world. It is simple to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. Advanced students try to get teammates to guess the word at the top of the card without saying any of the "taboo" words listed below. Beginner students can still play, but they should be allowed to use the "taboo" words to help learn new vocabulary and build sentences in English. This ESL Taboo game includes the following: 40 Taboo game cards to print, cut out and laminate if possible Color and black and white versions included How to play Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Beginner students should be allowed to use the TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues.
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ESL Speaking Questions - Hotel vocabulary

ESL Speaking Questions - Hotel vocabulary

Want your ESL students to use their HOTEL vocabulary? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your intermediate to advanced students to speak more. You can use it after learning specific vocabulary for hotels or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. There are 30 questions in all. About half of the questions begin with an interrogative word encouraging more than YES and NO responses. Topics used in these cards: * Different kinds of lodging * Hotel services * Reservations * Reception * Preferences All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a keyring. Have a look at the thumbnail to see how cute they turn out. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities.
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