Daily Routines Vocabulary Games

- learn English vocabulary, present tense grammar formation, and language in use for everyday actions and activities. Practice the daily routine English vocabulary with these fun games. You can practice spelling, vocabulary, speaking, questions and answers, as well as check your grammar with these free online activities for adults, teens, kids, kindergarten and preschool. This application also works great for third person singular present tense for students to practice or learn vocabulary through all four disciplines; reading, writing, listening and speaking. All of the games have sound, so you can listen and check your understanding, practice conversation, or just listen and repeat. There are 10+ activities with each topic providing a lot of practice for ESL students or just use them as games for kids to learn spelling and vocabulary online.

This game focuses on daily routines within the four skills sections. There is a daily routines vocabulary practice section and a daily routines vocabulary spelling section. The straight vocabulary learning games help students to learn the words and increase vocabulary retention. There are some question and answer games for students to practice using the vocabulary in English conversation which should not only increase speaking competence but also strengthen their lexical knowledge. The question and answer activities are associated with the ESL Curriculum for Kids - Unit 9.

The questions and answers for this game are as follows.

A: What do you do in the morning?

B: I eat breakfast.

A: Do you make your bed every day?

B: Yes, I do./No, I don't.

Other notes:

The grammar activities use a mixture first, second and third person. This is also a very good present tense grammar review for students.

There are regular time indicators used in the grammar section of the activities.  Students will practice use of "in the morning", "every day", "at night"" and "in the afternoon" in their construction of present tense sentences.

The grammar games mix first, second and third person. The vocabulary sections and listening activities only use the third person.

The verbs in the spelling section will take the root word, infinitive, the past tense form of the verb, and the past tense verb with a direct object. As an example - do, to do, did homework, did, do homework

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