Advanced Level Set of Grammar Games is a set of 10 games to play with your students. Starting from 'Present Simple, Present Progressive, Past Simple and Future Simple, Active and Passive Voice, Conditionals, The Perfect Tense, Tag Questions and ending in Gerunds and Infinitives. The games are based on everyday games that the students are familiar with and  like to play. Make the learning experience fun and easy for your students. Play games in the lesson. Enjoy!

Advanced Grammar Game #1 - Colour Change Passive S

Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 1   

Colour Change - Active & Passive - Simple 

This game is to review 'Active' and 'Passive' Voice.

Deal eight cards to the students. Place the rest in a pile face down and turn over one card. If the card is an 'Active' card number six, then a student can place on that card, any 'Active' card, any 'number six' card or a 'Colour Change' card.

The student to finish his or her cards first is the winner. 

Advanced Grammar Game #2 - Colour Change - Passive and Active Voice - Progressive

Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 2  

Colour Change - Active & Passive - Progressive

This game is to review 'Active' and 'Passive' Voice.

Deal eight cards to the students. Place the rest in a pile face down and turn over one card. If the card is an 'Active' card number six, then a student can place on that card, any 'Active' card, any 'number six' card or a 'Colour Change' card.

The student to finish his or her cards first is the winner. 

Adv Grammar #3 Up and Down Gerunds and Infinitives

Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 3  

Up and Down

This game is to review 'Gerunds and Infinitives'

Students roll a die and move along the board. They say a sentence using the verb given on that square. 

The student to reach 'FINISH' first is the winner. 

Advanced Grammar Game #4 Back2Back v1 v2 v3

Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 4  

Back2Back

This game is to review 'V1, V2 & V3'

Scatter all the cards with the 'star' face up on the table. Read the first card and turn it over to find the VI 'drink', say the V2 'drank'. The students look for the V3 'drunk'. 

This can be played in turn or as a race. Who will find the most V2 or V3 verbs?

Advanced Grammar Game #5 Four in a Row - Tenses Review

 Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 5

4 in a Row - Tenses

This game is to review 'Present Simple', 'Present Progressive', Past Simple', Past Progressive' and 'Future Simple'.

Place all the cards in a pile face down. Each student in turn picks up a card, reads it filling in the missing verb in the correct tense. For example, 'I __ home every day. (skip)'. The student says, " I skip home every day." The student places a counter on one of the 'Present Simple' squares. 

Which student will manage to place four counters in a row?

Advanced Grammar Game #6 Turn Over Conditionals and Temporals

 Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 6

Turn Over 

This game is to review 'Temporals' and 'Conditionals'.

This game involves a certain amount of strategy in order to win. 

The students pick up a card, read the sentence and place it on one of the Conditional cards according to whether it is Conditional 1, 2 or 3.

Advanced Grammar Game #7 Any Line Present Perfect and Past Simple

 Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 7

Any Line

This game is to review 'Present Perfect' and 'Past Simple'.

The students pick up two cards, 'just' and 'order'. They say a sentence using the two. For example, "I have just ordered a pizza for dinner." 

The students with both 'just' and 'order' on their board place a counter where the two meet.

Pack of 10 ESL Advanced Grammar Games

There is an assortment of 10 Grammar Games to play with your students. They include a tenses review, Passive Voice, Conditionals, Tag Questions and the Perfect Tense . 

The games are based on your students favourite games, such as, Bingo, Happy Families, Memory, 4 in a Row, etc.

These games introduce and reinforce the grammar points in a fun way.

 The set comes printed on A3 sheets of 300gsm paper, ready for the teacher to cut, and laminate (if needed) and use. 

Get your students to feel 'at home' with the English language with these games, and notice how quickly your students will be speaking.

ENJOY!

Advanced Grammar Game #8 Back2Back Tag Questions

 Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 8

Back2Back 

This game is to review 'Tag Questions'.

Scatter all the cards with the 'star' face up on the table. Read the first card 'You are playing, aren't you?' and turn it over to find the the beginning of the next Tag Question, 'Your neigbours are friendly...'. The students look for the end of the question 'aren't they?'.

This can be played in turn or as a race. Who will find the most Tag Questions?

Advanced Grammar Game #9 Move Along Perfect Tenses

 Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 9

Snail Trail

This game is to review the 'Perfect Tenses'.

The student picks up a card, reads the sentence adding the verbs in the correct tense. 

They then have to say which tense it is and move along the board to the nearest corresponding colour.

The student to reach 'FINISH' first is the winner. 

Advanced Grammar Game #10 4 in a Row Pronouns and Possessive Pronouns

 Advanced Level ESL Grammar Game 10

4 in a Row

This game is to review the 'Possessive and Pronouns'.

The student picks up a card, reads the sentence adding the correct possessive pronoun or pronoun. 

They then place a counter on the correct square. 

The student to get 4 in a Row, for example: 'I, ME, MY, MINE' is the winner.

Elementary Level Set of Grammar Games is a set of 12 games to play with your students. Starting from 'an/an/some', Present Simple and Present Progressive, WH and Yes/No Questions, singular and plural, there is and there are, adjectives and ending in 'WH Questions'. The games are based on everyday games that the students are familiar with and  like to play, for example: memory games, happy families, snakes and ladders, bingo and more. Make the learning experience fun and easy for your students. Play games in the lesson. Enjoy!

ESL Grammar Game - a - an - some and nouns

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game  1 

Turn Over - a/an/some 

This game is to review placing 'a, an or some' before a noun.

This game involves a certain amount of strategy in order to win.

It reviews a, an and some before a noun.

The students pick up a picture card and place it on a 'a, an or some' card and say, for example: "an ear" or "a cherry".

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 2  

Short Answers 

This game is to review 'short answers' in the Present Simple and Present Progressive, positive and negative.

Divide the class into two teams, the green and the blue team.

Each team receives its colour cards.

Place a question card down in the middle one at a time. The first team to find the correct answer, answers the question and takes the question card.

ESL Grammar Game - a - an - some and nouns

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 3

Lotto - WH Questions 

This game is to review the 'WH Questions'.

The students make up questions according to the underline word or phrase on the sentence cards. 

The first student to cover all his or her board is the winner. 

ESL Grammar Game - a - an - some and nouns

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 4  

Happy Families - Verbs   

This game is to review 'verbs'.

The students ask for a noun, "Do you have a book?" Then they ask for one of the verbs, "Do you read a book every evening?" or "Do you buy your books in a book shop?"

The student with the most families at the end of the game is the winner. 

ESL Grammar Game - a - an - some and nouns

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 5

Any Line - Possessive Adjectives

This game is to review 'subject pronouns' and 'possessive adjectives'.

The students pick up two cards, 'you' and 'doll'. They say a sentence using the two. For example, "You have a doll." Then they say another sentence with the possessive adjective. For example, "Your doll is cute." 

The students with both 'your' and 'doll' on their board place a counter where the two meet.

DebbieBanglit ESL Grammar Games 6 - Back2Back - Singular and Plural

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 6

Back2Back - Singular & Plural

This game is to review the 'singular' and 'plural' nouns.

Scatter all the cards with the 'star' face up on the table. Read the first card 'I can see...' and turn it over to find the words 'a knife'. The students look for the plural of 'a knife' and find the word 'knives'. 

This can be played in turn or as a race. Who will find the most plural nouns?

DebbieBanglit ESL Grammar Games 7 - Ther

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 7

Get Six - There is & There are

This game is to review the 'there is' and 'there are'.

Each student in turn rolls the coloured die, picks up a matching card and reads it filling in the missing word. For example, 'There __ one tree. The student says, "There is one tree."

After saying the sentence the student looks to see if there is only one tree in the picture. If the sentence is correct according to the picture, the student receives the card. If not the students discards it. 

Pack of 12 ESL Elementary Grammar Games

There is an assortment of 12 Grammar Games to play with your students. Starting with a/an/some, singular and plural till a review on the Present Simple and Present Progressive. 

The games are based on your students favourite games, such as, Bingo, Happy Families, Memory, 4 in a Row, etc.

These games introduce and reinforce the grammar points in a fun way.

The set comes printed on A3 sheets of 300gsm paper, ready for the teacher to cut, and laminate (if needed) and use. 

Get your students to feel 'at home' with the English language with these games, and notice how quickly your students will be speaking.

ENJOY!

DebbieBanglit ESL Grammar Games 8- Adjec

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 8

3 Way Memory Game - Adjectives / comparatives and superlatives

This game is to review 'adjectives' in the 'comparative' and 'superlative' forms. 

Shuffle the cards and place them face down on the table. Each student in turn, turns over three cards. 

This game can also be played as a three card 'Happy Families'. A family consists of an adjective, the comparative and superlative forms. For example: rich, richer and richest.

DebbieBanglit ESL Grammar Games 9 - Happ

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 9

Happy Families - Adjectives

This game is to review 'adjectives'.

The students ask for an adjective, "Do you have plastic?" Then they ask for one of the verbs, "Do you use plastic bags?" or "Do you drink water from a plastic bottle?"

The student with the most families at the end of the game is the winner. 

DebbieBanglit ESL Grammar Games 10 - Up

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 10

Up and Down - Questions

This game is to review 'questions'.

The students roll the die and move along the board. If the student lands on '2' that student asks the other students a 'WH' question using the 'box'. For example, "What is in the box?" If the student lands on '4' that student asks the other students a 'Yes/No' question. For example, "Do you have blue and yellow sports shoes?"

DebbieBanglit ESL Grammar Games 11 - Col

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game 11

Colour Change - Present Simple & Present Progressive

This game is to review positive, negative and questions in the Present Simple and Present Progressive Tenses.

Deal eight cards to the students. Place the rest in a pile face down and turn over one card. If the card is an 'Present Progressive ' card number six, then a student can place on that card, any 'Present Progressive' card, any 'number six' card or a 'Colour Change' card.

The student to finish his or her cards first is the winner. 

 Level 1 - Grammar Games a set of 6 games to play with your students. Six games to review and reinforce the grammar taught in Level 1. Enjoy!

ESL DebbieBanglit Level 1 Grammar Game - Turn Over - a an some

  Level 1 - ESL Grammar Game 1   

Turn Over - a/an/some 

This game is to review placing 'a, an or some' before a noun.

This game involves a certain amount of strategy in order to win. It reviews a, an and some before a noun.

This game is the same as The Grammar Game but using only words the students have learnt in Level 1.

A set of 6 Grammar Games

to go with Level 1

There is an assortment of 6 Grammar Games to play with your students. In Level 1 basic grammar is introduced. 

These games introduce and reinforce the grammar points in a fun way. 

The set comes printed on A3 sheets of 300gsm paper, ready for the teacher to cut, and laminate (if needed) and use. 

Get your students to feel 'at home' with the English language with these games, and notice how quickly your students will be speaking.

ENJOY!

ESL DebbieBanglit Level1 Grammar Game - Puzzles - The verb To Be

  Level 1 - ESL Grammar Game 2  

Puzzles - The Verb - To Be  

This game is to review building sentences using the verb - To Be

Place all the cards in the middle of the students. Each student in turn can build a sentence. Use the pictures, capital letters to help. Watch out for spelling.

ESL DebbieBanglit Level 1 Grammar Game Have and Has Memory Game

  Level 1 - ESL Grammar Game 3  

Memory Game - Have and Has

This game is to review placing 'have or has' in a sentence.

Questions  and answers using 'have' and 'has'. 

Students turn over two cards to find an answer to the question.

ESL DebbieBanglit Grammar Board Game - Move Along - Plural Nouns

  Level 1 - ESL Grammar Game 4  

Move Along - Regular Plural Nouns

This game is to review and reinforce the plural nouns using 's', 'es', 'ies' and 'ves'.

Turn Over a card and move along the board according to the noun in the plural. For example: If a student turns over the word class; the student moves along the board to the nearest 'ies' square.

The student who reaches the 'Finish' square first is the winner.

ESL DebbieBanglit Grammar Game There is and There are

  Level 1 - ESL Grammar Game 5   

There is & There are - Yes or No

This game is to review and reinforce 'There is' and 'There are'.

Students roll a coloured die and choose one of the cards with that colour on the back. 

They read the sentence filling in the missing 'is' or 'are'. Then the students look to see if the sentence is correct according to the picture. If it is correct, they receive that card, if it is incorrect they discard the card.

The first student to receive four correct cards is the winner.

Level 1 DebbieBanglit Grammar Game - 4 in a Row - Review Tenses

  Level 1 - ESL Grammar Game 6   

Review Game - 4 in a Row

This game is to review and reinforce the grammar points in the Level 1 Workbook.

A student turns over a card  and either decides to add 'a', 'an' or 'some' to a word, turn it into the plural or add 'have or has'.

The first student to get 4 in a row is the winner.

DebbieBanglit ESL Grammar Games 12 - Gra

Elementary Level ESL Grammar Game

Grammar Review '4 in a Row'   

This game is to review - am/is/are, have/has, there is/are, do/does.

Divide the students into two teams. Place the board in the middle of the students, shuffle the cards and place them next to the board face down. Give each group a set of coloured counters.

The first team turns over a card, 'I _ a cute dog', says the sentence correctly,

'I have a cute dog' and place one of their counters on a 'have' square. 

The team to complete '4 in a Row' either horizontally, vertically or diagonally  is the winner. 

Debbie BAnglit

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All illustrations: Anat Friedman
All photos: Benjamin Lapid
Boxed Games graphics: Michal Dessaur Shimoni
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