Vocabulary Games

Vocabulary learning tips

  • Read as much as possible. If you come across a word you don’t know, write it down or look it up.
  • Use a dictionary. Many browsers include dictionaries.If you are reading online, you may be able to right-clcik on a word to look it up.
  • Try to learn a word a day!
  • Think of ways of remembering words. Do they sound like a word in your own language?
  • Remember words are often used together with other words. Try to learn these ‘collocations‘.

Alphabet 1- Interactive ABC Vocabulary Games

Animals & Adjectives – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Body Parts & Anatomy – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Clothes & Accessories – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Colours – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Countries & Nationalities- Interactive Vocabulary Games

Days of the Week – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Fables & Fairytales – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Family Members – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Festivals and Months – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Food & Drink Tastes – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Household & Furniture – Interactive Vocabulary Games

In a School – Free Interactive Vocabulary Games

Jobs & Places of Work – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Numbers – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Places in a City – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Planets and Space – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Senses – See, Feel, Taste… Free Vocabulary Games

Shapes – Free Interactive Vocabulary Games

Sports & Games – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Stationery & Supplies – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Subjects in a School – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Time Expressions – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Transport & Vehicles – Interactive Vocabulary Games

Weather & Seasons- Interactive Vocabulary Games

World Cup Trivia – Interactive Vocabulary Games

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