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If you’re looking for high-quality, easy-to-use games for your classroom, offline or online, Happy Everyday English is a source that shouldn’t miss from your repertoire of teaching tools. Playing their ESL games, there’s absolutely no preparation needed and you can even use your own questions to make them a perfect fit for your curriculum.
Just reading through the games’ names it becomes obvious that these ideas come straight out of an experienced teacher’s think tank: “Roly Poly Bowly”, “Monster Attack”, “Castle Wreckers”, or “Get The Bananas”, just to name a few. Richard knows from his long-time experience, what teachers need and students want. And the best is yet to come: There’s no need to install anything, you don’t even need an internet connection to play and each and every resource is infinitely reusable.
Inspired by the children themselves, Happy Everyday English is nothing but fun and adds smoothly to Teacherbingo’s mission of playful teaching. Thanks for your great work, Richard, keep it up and going, we can’t wait to see what inspiring ideas you’ll pull out of your back pocket next!
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ESL Pals' mission is to save teachers 1000s of hours from planning by providing high-quality, detailed lesson plans across all levels! All lesson plans are presented in a step-by-step curriculum making planning a breeze! All materials are downloadable as PDFs and multiple new lesson plans are added weekly.