Everyday English for ESL kids

Asking for and Giving Directions


printable resources for kids to learn everyday English expressions


learning and teaching resources

Worksheeets and classroom games that can help kids learn how to ask for and give directions in English. Scroll down to explore.


How to browse the resources

Below you will find a selection of printable readers, lesson posters, activity wokrsheets, test worksheets and learning games sets. Although designed as a complement of our online Asking for and Giving Directions unit, these resources can be used separately in any way you want and need.

To easy access, they are grouped by activity type into three categories:

Also, you can browse all 36 sets of printable resources in one place. Each set focuses on a particular topic, for example, Talking about the weather or Asking and telling the time, and contains readers, flashcards, worksheets, tests and classroom games to help students learn everyday expressions or phrases in a fun way.


Our printables are in pdf format. To download them, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.



Readers, lesson posters, activity worksheets and tests to learn and practise English expressions in a fun way.

Everyday English dialogues
  • Reader »
  • Easy-to-read dialogues to improve reading skills, as well as to learn and practise English expressions.
English lessons: expressions
  • Lesson »
  • A lesson poster that introduces and explains new vocabulary through pictures and sentence examples.
ESL worksheets for kids
  • Activities »
  • Simple tasks and exercises that give kids the chance to be familiar with new words and phrases.
English tests for students
  • Test »
  • Simple tests and quizzes that help pupils to consolidate new material and revise what they have learnt.
  • answer key »

The games pack includes printable materials that you can mix and use in a variety of ways to play different learning games.

Classroom games
  • Question Cards »
  • A set of double-sided cards with easy, medium and hard questions.
Teaching resources
  • Wild Cards »
  • To make games more exciting, with starting and finishing cards.
English games for kids
  • Markers »
  • Not mandatory for our games. Use buttons or pawns instead.
ESL teacher's resources
  • Game Board »
  • A game board that works well with playing or question cards.

Two games that can be done in class to practise or revise the following structures: Where are you? At the bank. Where is...? Next to... How to get to...? Go straight on. Turn left.