online games for teaching English

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hannanbilir
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online games for teaching English

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Hello,
I am a trainee teacher. I want to improve myself in the field of preschool English teaching. I would like to include more online games and activities in my lesson plans. What are the websites and applications you can recommend for this?

Thanks :)
22englishsam
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I really reccomend Twinkl; Over 750,000 resoruces (games, worksheets, flashcards etc). Even if you sign up for a free account you will get access to free resources & be able to pick a free resource each week.

Here are a free few sample resources:

Free phonics pack: https://www.twinkl.com/resource/t-l-526 ... ource-pack
Free EFL pack https://www.twinkl.com/resource/t-t-256 ... ource-pack
Free Pre-K pack https://www.twinkl.com/resource/pre-k-s ... t-us-l-749

PM If you need soemthing in particular :)
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I usually use this source for teaching Eng to the students with a B1 and higher level https://eslbrains.com/
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Thats really useful, will try this games. Thx!
im playing dream catcher game
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1. https://stadtlandflussonline.net/

2. hangman

3. tic tac toe: In order to put in an x or a o, the player/team has to answer a question first
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There's so much to do! I had the same question a year ago!
The truth is, blogs and forums saved me. They gave me all these kinds of crazy, amazing ideas to play with kids from home.
Thinkremote.com has lots of tips for virtual events, but you can also search for "virtual games for kids" or "remote games for children" and tons of ideas will pop up.
These are my suggestions ...
Virtual musical chairs are definitely my favorite. There's also the summer book club, to encourage them ready during the Christmas holidays, and you can also try Virtual Pictonary or Virtual Trivia.
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