Holiday games for teaching English to kids

Holiday Games

printables for kids learning English

learning and teaching resources

Enjoy our games that can be done in class to learn or practise holiday vocabulary in a fun way. Scroll down to explore!

Board Games

Fun question games for 2 players (or teams). They are great for practising yes/no questions and short answers, and help kids develop their logical thinking skills.

Game ideas

There are card games and board games with cards to choose from. They are easy to teach, fun to play in pairs or small groups, and can be easily adapted to your needs. Each game has its own content page, where you can find useful tips on how to use and play, plus extra printables that make the games more exciting for kids.

Game items

Also, this page provides direct links to our pdf files with game items and accessories, including game boards, flashcards, question cards, wild cards and markers. You can mix them and use in a variety of ways to play different learning games. Scroll down to explore our collection!

Downloading and printing

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

The game is played on two boards, one for each player. Player A marks his or her secret set of pictures, then Player Q tries to guess the secret set by process of elimination. Download detailed instructions (pdf).

Kids move along the game track that is made of both playing and wild cards.

Quiz games played with double-sided self-checking cards.

Holiday boards that work well with question cards.

Use them to play different word games such as memory, matching, guessing, missing cards, or Bingo games.

Double-sided self-checking cards to play different games.

Sets of double-sided cards to play quiz games.

Make games more challenging and exciting with these cards.

Not mandatory for our games, use buttons or pawns instead.