Practice Using the "How old are you?" question format to ask about age with this ESL Vocabulary and Grammar Interactive Pirate Waters Board Game for Beginners (I'm one, I'm two, I'm three). ESL Learners and Teachers can use it to review English vocabulary and grammar or simply practice these words.
There are images and in some cases audio in these types of games. There are traps on the way. Do not land on a volcano island or pirate. A question will pop up and the player must choose the correct answer or risk going back. Meeting a pirate is ugly - you get shot at and you go back to start. Those pirates are mean.
Games are great for motivating students to learn. By playing our fun educational games, students can practice and review key English vocabulary, grammar and sentences without the boredom which is usually encountered when doing paper-based gap-fill exercises. Play the game below and do not hesitate to share these resources with other learners. This is the philosophy behind our site - www.eslgamesplus.com.
Do ye know how to ask someone's age in English? If not, then join us in our interactive Pirate Waters Board Game and learn how to use the "How old are you?" question format like a true pirate!
With this ESL Vocabulary and Grammar game, ye can practice asking about age using phrases like "I'm one," "I'm two," "I'm three," and so on. It's a fun and easy way to practice English vocabulary and grammar!
Whether ye be a beginner or an experienced sailor, this game is perfect for all levels of ESL learners. Ye can play it with yer teacher in the classroom or with yer fellow crewmates at home. It's a great way to practice English vocabulary and grammar while having fun with yer mateys!
So, hoist the anchor and set sail for adventure with our "How old are you?" interactive board game. With this game, ye'll be able to confidently ask and answer questions about age in English like a true pirate!