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Games are a fun way to practise English – it can be a really motivating way to learn a language.
Games are also great for children who are shy or worried about making mistakes. It can give them an opportunity to communicate in English in a safe and fun way.
Our free games are designed to help learners improve their English language in a fun way.
Learning tips for 5–12 year olds
Monkey Puzzles. Visit our Monkey’s favourite places such as the zoo, the park, a party and a snowball fight! The game is designed for young learners and is quick and fun to play.
Monkey Puzzles World Tour. Take a trip around the world. As your child makes progress they will unlock new games. But watch out, it gets harder as you go along!
Funland. Play fairground games, practise reading and listening in English, and collect prizes along the way.
Shop and Drop. Keep the shop customers happy by placing the right orders in the right box.
Learning tips for 13–18 year olds Quiz your English. Challenge your friends and players from around the world with our free English language quiz.
Cambridge English FC. Answer English grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation quiz questions and help your football team win the tournament.
Academy Island. Help an alien survive on Earth by using English in a range of everyday situations.
Co-operative games encourage teamwork, problem-solving and creativity – and everyone wins! Children can play together in a fun, supportive way and improve their English at the same time.
Speaking and listening activity
Vocabulary and grammar activity
Creative activities can help children to learn and remember new language.