Grammar games to help kids learn and practise the verb be in a fun way.
As you know, games give kids a chance to practise what they have learnt and reinforce important grammar rules while having fun. Use our printable activities to help your students enjoy learning English grammar!
In our collection there are three different grammar games for kids to use in the classroom. They are easy to teach, fun to play in pairs or small groups, and can be easily adapted to your needs.
Just to Be »
This is a board game with cards for 2 - 4 players (or teams). There are 3 kinds of cards: green to practise the positive form, red to practise the negative form, and pink cards to practise making questions in English.
Guess My Number »
is a fun question game for 2 players (or teams). In this game, there is one person asking questions (Player Q) and the other person answering questions (Player A). You can play this game using a board with cards, or game boards only (one for each player).
This is a game for 2 - 4 players. Kids move along the game track that is made of both playing and wild cards. You can also use these cards in many different ways to play different grammar games. Here you will find our suggestions, plus extra printables that make the games more exciting.