Sign up for free
Over 150,000 games made by teachers
Unit 3: In the Countryside (2nd graders)
Review wild animals and countryside words. Practice structures: "What is it? It's...". "What colour is it? It's...".
Food from various countries
Capital cities of the world
Vietnamese Food 2
Various Trivia about VN food... again
Play the most fun games with Baamboozle+
Art, Math, Music, Chess, Soccer, Video games, Singing, Dancing
Unit 2: Means of transport (2nd grade)
About some means of transport and adjectives
IELTS Speaking Part I
Part I speaking questions (Students provider their own answers)
Unit 2: Toys (1st grade)
Unit 1: School (1st grade)
To review the structures It's a... Is it a....? Yes, it is. No, it isn't as well as the vocabulary related to school.
A Baamboozle on the Lost Boys of Sudan.
Earth Science Quiz
This Baamboozle game will act as part of your review for Earth Science quiz. Topics covered in this review will include geology, the atmosphere, the ocean, and the environment.
Questions about the different parts of a computer
Waste and Recycling
Facts and Vocabulary related to waste and recycling
Basic ESL vocabulary for very young learners
Adverb or Adjective?
Students have to decide if they need an adjective or an adverb in each sentence
Flags of Europe
Flags of European countries
Revision of opposites: nouns, adjectives or verbs. Intermediate level
Name the outdoor sports and activities
Present tenses revision.
Students revise their knowledge of present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous.
A collection of "What is this?" questions on vegetables to be used as a lead in to a topic on vegetables/healthy eating.
Valentines Day Idioms
Weather vocabulary and idioms.
Food for EU2 level (Unit 3)
Means of transport
What is it?
Sport Quiz in English
What is the feeling?
With this activity in present simple, students will review adjectives.
Solar System 5th grade
Solar system review.
Pronouns (Subject, Objective, Possessive) J4B
Test your English pronouns knowledge.
Modals: Do's and don'ts
Practicing modals of obligation, prohibition, and permission.
Present Perfect or Past Simple?
How to use the present perfect and the past simple.