For the would ESL game cut out food toppings from old magazines or print a few small ones beforehand. If you play would ESL game online, then, of course, you can skip that part and only download pictures of toppings instead. Now let’s get to know how to play this ESL game to teach would, would rather, what would you and etc.
First off by telling students, we are going to eat a pancake, pizza, cake, or food which we can add toppings. Then continue by showing the toppings to students one by one and stick them on the board. Make sure everybody repeats each word after you. For online classes, present each topping one by one. You can download the main food from the link below to added to the presentation.
Next, have students go round and round until the teacher says stop. Whoever is the closest to the board must answer “what would you have on your pizza” or “Would you rather have strawberries or bacon on your cake?”.
As we can’t run in an online class so teachers can randomly choose a student and ask what would they rather add to their food.
At last, teachers can ask who would eat this topping”. This question would sound funny when someone has already chosen weird toppings such as jam on their pizza.
This game suits all ages above 2 years old. children, teens, and adults enjoy it very much and when things get weird you will see their look and laughter
This ESL game wouldn’t be recommended for crowded classes. The best is to play in classes with less than 15 students.