Below you will find some tips and ideas on how to use our interactive vocabulary quizzes in the classroom. Scroll down to explore!
There are 36 topic-based online vocabulary quizzes for kids learning English. Depending on needs, they can be used as revising activities to play online, or as a fun starting point for further work. Also, you can download some corresponding worksheets to learn offline.
Find out more about how to play our quizzes to learn and practise English vocabulary online, and check out additional games that you can use in your class to expand this activity or to give your students extra practice:
Our multiple-choice vocabulary quizzes are designed to consolidate new material and revise reading skills online. In each quiz there are twelve tasks. You can choose them in random order. Here you will find some tips and ideas on how to play these games.
To start, choose the task from the menu at the top of the game board. The tasks are numbered from one to twelve, but you can choose them in random order. The selected task will be highlighted in yellow. Now you can see the black and white picture of the word and four words below to choose from. Click on the word you think is correct.
If you are right, the picture of the word will appear in colour and you hear the pronunciation. Also, the correct word will be highlighted in yellow.
Then try the next question. Look at the menu. Each solved task will be marked by colouring its number in green or blue (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 in green; 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 in blue).
If your students enjoy this online activity, you could expand it (or give your students extra practice) by playing related word games. Here are some ideas to inspire you. These activities can be used in any topic!
Write a riddle for your vocabulary words. Then have friends try to figure out your riddles. For example SUN: I am big and bright. I heat the Earth. Who am I?
Write rhyming riddles for as many of your words as you can. For example, I say oink, oink and rhyme with wig. See if someone can figure out your riddles!
Create your own quiz. Include a question for each word. Your questions may be true or false, multiple choice or matching.
Think of words and their meaning, then create your own crossword puzzle. Write a definition for each word. You can add picture clues, too!