Jeopardy -- BYOJeopardy -- build your own Jeopardy game/quiz; Web-based; includes a WYSIWYG editor; media files (".mov and *.wmf) can be included (link contributed by Christina Mager, 10/12/2011); also see downloads of PowerPoint templates for various games at http://jc-schools.net/tutorials/PPT-games/ and http://www.internet4classrooms.com/technology_tutorials/powerpoint_game_templates_technology_tutorials.htm
Grammar Ninja -- a game to practice parts of the speech
Road to Grammar -- quizzes, games for grammar with feedback and explanations
Free Rice -- a game to find the right definitions of the given words
The Adjective Detective -- a game to teach about adjectives
Grammar Practice Park -- different games on different parts of the grammar
Fun English Games -- free interactive exercises and practice activities
British Council's Grammar Games -- grammar games to practice English with word order games, gap fill games
TEFL/TESL Games and Activities Directory <http://www.teachenglishinasia.net/tefl-tesl-games-and-activities-directory> -- classifications of games and activities by grade level (adult, high/middle/elementary school) and area (grammar, vocabulary, listening, reading, spelling, speaking, writing, alphabet), provided by Teach English in Asia
ESL: Games <http://iteslj.org/links/ESL/Games/> -- includes crossword puzzles, hangman, vocabulary, other
FlashcardExchange <www.flashcardexchange.com> -- use pre-made flashcards or create your own slide show of flashcards, with definitions on the back side (flip); then create memory exercises/games, print, and/or download (export) them; available for several languages
Elementary School ESL EFL Games <http://www.genkienglish.net/games.htm>
CGI Hangman Games for ESL Students <http://www.manythings.org/hm/> -- by Charles Kelly
Board game templates (from the ESL Lounge) <http://www.esl-lounge.com/board_gamesindex.html> Create your own board game with these templates for use with any vocabulary or grammar point or issue. The site includes a pre-made board game for Present Perfect, a Symbols board game that can have students doing different activities when they land on particular symbols, as well as cues for various games (Present Simple Question Cards for Symbols Board Game., Zero, First and Second Conditional, Like, Is Like, Look Like, You Don't Say!!!, Draw It!!!)
WordMania - The Internet Word Game <http://www.4developers.com/wordmania/> -- WordMania is a fun and challenging, Web enabled word game for all ages. The power of the WordMania is that it allows the player to play with words that are taken from any web site in the world or from his own PC.
Activities for ESL Students <http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/s/> -- This web site has over 1,000 activities to help you study English as a Second Language.
Animal Guessing Game <http://efsa.sourceforge.net/archive/bielak/animal_guess.htm>
Interactive WWW Games <http://scv.bu.edu/Games/games.html>
Syndicate.com <http://www.syndicated.com> -- collection of puzzles, comic strips, word games, etc.
Vocabulary.com <http://www.vocabulary.com> -- collection of vocabulary puzzles for all levels
Where's That From? <http://www.intuitive.com:80/origins> -- Guess the origins of English words
Word Games and Puzzles <http://www.literacynet.org/vtd/Puzzles.html> -- Scrambled sentences, health idioms, intermediate level. Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.
Crossword Fun (Alpha Dictiionary) <http://www.alphadictionary.com/fun/puzzles.html> -- different topics and languages
ESLGAMES.com <http://www.eslgames.com> -- Language through games.
Ernie's Activity Page <http://www.lingolex.com/userpages/Ernie.html> -- Activities and games in language classroom
The Case.com's See-n-Solve <http://www.thecase.com/see/>
Word Fall Games <http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/games/fall_games/>
Nobelprize.org <www.nobelprize.org> -- "I (Mary Lynne Isham) think this site has potential in several ways: (1) as a research site, it's a resource for some basic information on Nobel Prize winners, incl. their bios, nomination & acceptance speeches, and add'l. info related to the reason each won the prize. (2) on-line interactive games related to the reason for the prize being given. For example, a blood typing game related to the 1901 Nobel Prize in medicine (click on blood typing at the bottom of the home page). This game could be used to determine how well a S understood the instructions on how blood typing works - try the game and see if you like it. (Be careful not to accidently prick the doctor with the needle - she reacts!) This game checks comprehension in a completely fun way."
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