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Q: Teaching website with flash games?

Anyone know any good websites with flash games that might be used in classrooms to teach English? Anything for ages 8-13 would be great.

4 years 16 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Check out this one.  It is for teaching English to children.  May not be the best, but it is free !

http://www.teachchildrenesl.com/

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www.eslkidstuff.com is a good place to start.

Additionally, if you are computer-oriented, you might want to download edubuntu.  It's a Linux-based OS for computer (Debian-based) and it comes with a full set of great instructional tools.  Additionally, it has different download options : primary school, middle school, etc., etc.  I use it all the time and do presentations from it -- provided your school has an interactive media setup in the classroom.

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Try here

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This one has a lot, listed by difficulty level and grades:

http://a4esl.org/

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starfall.com

mes english

these are great have a look these games work well 1 on 1 and in class

also genki english.com

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