Easter ESL Activities and Games

Easter Crossword

ESL Easter Crossword - Vocabulary Activity: Describing, Guessing - Pair Work - Intermediate (B1) - 20 minutes

In this Easter activity, students complete a crossword by listening to clues and guessing Easter vocabulary. In pairs, students take it in turns to ask their partner for a clue to one of the missing Easter words on their crossword. Their partner reads out the clue for that Easter word and the other student tries to guess what it is. If the student guesses the word successfully, they write it on their crossword. If not, their partner continues to give more clues until the student is able to guess the word. When the students have finished, they check their spelling by comparing crosswords. To make the activity more competitive, you can have each pair compete against another pair or the whole class to see who can complete the crossword first.
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Easter Fact or Fiction?

ESL Easter Game - Speaking: Unscrambling, True or False, Guessing - Group and Pair Work - Intermediate (B1) - 30 minutes

In this fun Easter game, students reorder words to make true or false statements about Easter and then take part in an Easter quiz to see who can correctly guess which statements are true and which are false. In two groups, students look at the scrambled sentences on their worksheet and put the words in the correct order to create true or false Easter statements. Next, students pair up with someone from the other group and take it in turns to read the statements to their partner who guesses if they are true or false. For each correct guess, students put a tick. The student with the most correct guesses at the end of the game wins.
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What's the Word?

ESL Easter Activity - Vocabulary: Crossword, Writing Clues, Describing, Guessing - Pair Work - Intermediate (B1) - 30 minutes

In this free Easter vocabulary activity, students complete a crossword by describing and guessing words related to Easter. In two groups, students invent and write down clues for the Easter words shown on their crossword. Next, students pair up with someone from the other group and take it in turns to ask their partner for a clue to one of their missing Easter words. Their partner reads out the clue and the other student tries to guess the word. If the student guesses the Easter word successfully, they write it on their crossword. If not, their partner continues to give more clues until the student is able to guess the word.
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