ESL Body Parts Game (What’s Missing?)

esl what's missing game

What’s missing game for ESL

One of my favourite games to play with my ESL students.

Improve vocabulary and have fun with your ESL, EFL and ELL students by playing this engaging Body Parts Game: What’s Missing?

This game includes the body parts:

ear
eye
foot
hair
hand
Head
leg
Mouth
nose

esl what's missing game cards

How do you play the what’s missing game?

To play, review the vocabulary with mini-flashcards included and give each student or group a strip of body parts.

Shuffle the cards and lay them face down then turn over the top card.

Students or teams will have to guess which body part is missing and whoever guesses correctly gets to keep the card.

The student or team with the most cards at the end wins.

esl what's missing game

Challenge your students by playing the game without giving them the body part strips.

What are the benefits of the game?

The What’s Missing game can offer a variety of advantages for students studying English as a second language (ESL), English as a foreign language (EFL), or English language learners (ELL). These benefits include:

Enhancing Vocabulary:

The game can assist students in acquiring and retaining new vocabulary words through engaging and interactive practice.

Reinforcing Vocabulary:

Repeatedly playing the game can aid in the revision and solidification of previously learned vocabulary.

Developing Teamwork and Cooperation:

When played in teams, the game can foster teamwork and cooperation as students work together to guess the missing word.

Increased Engagement:

The interactive and entertaining nature of the game can keep students focused and engaged in the learning process.

esl what's missing game cards

Available at MY TPT STORE

Click here for this WHAT’S MISSING GAME resource.

Have fun!

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Great for creating rounded edges on flashcards. Simply insert the card into the slot.

For these flashcards I used the medium size. Make sure to align the cards correctly and press the lever.

Easy!

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