The concentration game is a game of memory and recall. The students have to remember what has been said before them, then they have to recall the English vocabulary of the lesson (or previous lessons) to add their own word.
Students challenge their partner to see who can say the most things. The person who can't think of something to say within 5 seconds loses and the game is over.
The relay gesture game is a combination of running and gesturing as a group. It is a fun game to competitively practice any vocabulary or phrases that can be gestured.
Guess the number is a fun game, useful for practicing numbers one to one hundred. The good thing about this game is it gets the kids to think of the numbers they want to say in English.
Students play a new variation of janken but instead of winning with paper, scissors or rock; they win by doing some simple math the quickest.
This is straight out of the elementary school textbook. Place an eraser in the middle then beat your partner to snatch it away and get a point.
Memory is a match the cards game I'm sure we all played as kids. As a child, I played with playing card but in an elementary English class, vocabulary card sets work better. If you have them, this game can be used to drill vocabulary.
Instead of just listening, students must run to get the numbers from you before returning to tell their groups. This adds physical action and speaking to the old classic English number lesson game.
Row racing uses the rows of desk as groups and the element of competition to bring some excitement to new vocabulary or dialogue practice.
Bulrush is a game your elementary students will love. It involves running, chasing and a bit of English and the best part is you can play it with them!