Board games to learn english

Board games to learn english

didactic games in english for children

It’s so much fun to spend hours and hours playing board games! With family or friends, this kind of games are an excellent pastime. Have you ever thought that if you played in English, you would improve it by the way? Play one of the board games to learn English that we propose, the fun is guaranteed!

It will always be easier to learn English while playing than while studying. Your brain assimilates information better, so why not take advantage of it? If your English level is still low you can opt for one of the following games:

2. Party & Co: This fun board game is a very good option due to the variety of tests it offers. There are different models of Party & Co (Junior, Ellas o Ellos, Extreme, Disney…). Choose the one you like the most and express yourself, draw, answer general culture questions… all in English.

3. Children’s games: Don’t think that an adult can’t have fun playing children’s games… You will be surprised how much fun it can be to play board games to learn English, even if they are simple.

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A classic! In this game you have to form words with tiles and earn points for it. It will force you to work hard, because, if you really want to win, you will have to build English words, each time more complicated, and better positioned on the board. There are even special squares that score much more points – fight to fill those!

A word is placed in the center of the table. Players will place cards with words that are related to the central word. Then the judge turns over the cards that everyone has placed, because on the back they have the meaning and synonyms of the word in question. The one who found the most directly related word wins a point. In each round the judge is changed.

You go shopping. But the list is… in English, of course! You are going to draw cards with pictures of products from the market. You have to check if it’s on your list, before you put it in the cart. If you don’t know the meanings, quickly turn to the dictionary. You can’t waste time, but you can’t leave anything out either. The winner is the one who completes his shopping list first.

games in english for children from 10 to 12 years old

A classic! In this game you have to form words with tiles and earn points for it. It will force you to work hard, because, if you really want to win, you will have to build English words, each time more complicated, and better positioned on the board. There are even special squares that score much more points – fight to fill those!

A word is placed in the center of the table. Players will place cards with words that are related to the central word. Then the judge turns over the cards that everyone has placed, because on the back they have the meaning and synonyms of the word in question. The one who found the most directly related word wins a point. In each round the judge is changed.

You go shopping. But the list is… in English, of course! You are going to draw cards with pictures of products from the market. You have to check if it’s on your list, before you put it in the cart. If you don’t know the meanings, quickly turn to the dictionary. You can’t waste time, but you can’t leave anything out either. The winner is the one who completes his shopping list first.

i want to learn english

A classic! In this game you have to form words with tiles and earn points for it. It will force you to work hard, because, if you really want to win, you will have to build English words, each time more complicated, and better positioned on the board. There are even special squares that score much more points – fight to fill those!

A word is placed in the center of the table. Players will place cards with words that are related to the central word. Then the judge turns over the cards that everyone has placed, because on the back they have the meaning and synonyms of the word in question. The one who found the most directly related word wins a point. In each round the judge is changed.

You go shopping. But the list is… in English, of course! You are going to draw cards with pictures of products from the market. You have to check if it’s on your list, before you put it in the cart. If you don’t know the meanings, quickly turn to the dictionary. You can’t waste time, but you can’t leave anything out either. The winner is the one who completes his shopping list first.

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