No matter what age students are, they would always enjoy an ESL dice game. Teachers are able to play with them one by one, in a pair or it can be a competitive a group ESL game. Read more to find out how to play dice game for places in town
Before the class have a big dice available with flashcards of different places in town or in a city such as supermarket, hospital, library and etc. Check out this page for how to make a dice less than ten minutes
When students are able to say a few or all the words demonstrate it first by yourself. Throw the dice ask what number it shows and jump over the tiles (flashcards) as many as the number on the dice shows. Let’s say you have four flashcards on the floor and the number is six you can jump for times to the front and jump backward twice.
Encourage students to ask “where are you?”. Give a simple answer if their level is not advanced such as ” I’m at the library.” Now teachers can choose a team, a pair, or an indivual to come and play.
ESL dice game for places in town is a perfect activity for any age.
ESL dice game can be played in different arrangements. teachers can arrange team or pairs. one team throw the dice and shout the number then from the other team one volunteer jumps on the flashcards if he/she could answer the “where are you” or any specified question, they get a score. For classes mor than 15 and less than 30 ask two students come to front one student help to throw the dice and another one do the jumping. Enjoy!