5 Online ESL Games for Improving Vocabulary
Learning English can be fun! Try one of these free online ESL games. You’ll be learning as you have fun.
Have fun, learn, and make a difference! Freerice is an ad-supported, free-to-play website and mobile application that allows players to donate rice to families in need by playing a multiple-choice quiz game. For every question the user answers correctly, 10 grains of rice are donated via the United Nation’s World Food Program.
2. Games to Learn English
Games to Learn English is a website with online games for students to practice English in an engaging and fun way. Games for improving vocabulary and pronunciation include:
- Vocab Game – reveal the images and click on the words.
- Fast Vocab – drag the images to match the words and then click on the words to match the images.
- Fast English – listen to the words and click on the matching images.
- Spelling Bee – look at the image and then spell the word.
- Hangman – guess letters to spell out a hidden word.
3. To Learn English.com
To Learn English.com is a free site for English learners. You will find free English vocabulary sheets, English grammar sheets, English exercises and English lessons. They have literally thousands of resources and games to choose from. Enjoy!
4. ESL Games
This website is the ultimate English learning fun lab with lots of interactive exercises for teachers and students of English. There are interactive vocabulary games and quizzes like Audio Memory Games, Snakes and Ladders grammar games, Hangman, Wheel of Fortune, TV Games and more to help practice English vocabulary.
EnglishClub is a free website designed to help students learn English online. EnglishClub comes to you from England. It is written mainly in British English. But we have pages about other varieties of English such as American or Canadian. Don’t be surprised if you see a word that you think is wrongly spelled! Some words are spelled differently in British English and American English. “Colour”, for example, is British English. In American English it is “color”. We try to make this clear when it is important. Here are some vocabulary games to try out: