MES Games offers ESL games for kids to practice spelling, grammar and vocabulary in use. Learn vocabulary for objects in a bedroom. The games have sound to help with listening, pronunciation and getting used to native speaker speed. There are grammar practice sections that provide additional practice and will help to solidify the vocabulary.
This game focuses on bedroom vocabulary providing a learning section, spelling section, conversation practice games, and grammar games for students. The vocabulary building exercises help students to learn the words, spelling, and increase their vocabulary retention by providing repetition through all of the fun activities. The question and answer games for students practice using the new vocabulary in natural English conversation which should not only increase speaking competence but also increase vocabulary retention. All of the listening activities are at natural speeds but students can listen to questions and answers as many times as they need to understand. These ESL learning applications follow the Speaking First ESL Curriculum - Unit 4 from MES English.
The questions and answers for this game are as follows.
A: What's in your bedroom?
B: I have a mirror in my bedroom.
A: Do you have a dresser in your bedroom?
B: Yes, I do./No, I don't.
This topic focus heavily on asking about possessions, using "Do you have ...?" and "I have ..." When the students are finished with the application they should be well versed and able to ask about what another has in his room or other rooms for the house.
This learning application only uses first and second person for the questions and answers.
In the grammar sections the answer to the question "What's in your room?" is strictly "I have ..."/ "I don't have ..." However for the write-in sections, students can enter "There is a .." or "There are some ..."
The spelling sections will take several options for words, as well as an article "a" for singular items and the quantifier "some" for plural items, so - "light" or "a light", "curtains" or "some curtains", "a dresser", or "a chest of drawers" for example.
For a full list of the vocabulary for this game, see the flashcard link below in the teaching materials sections.
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