Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Interesting Classroom Games

Learning doesn’t have to be monotonous.When children are performing activities in the class, they get to bring out their creative side. Games encourage classroom engagement and help them discover their capabilities.

We at The Heritage School-North Campus, the best CBSE school in Dehradun, have come up with exciting games that teachers can incorporate to make learning fun:


Make two teams. Select a child from one group and make him act. Let the other members guess what he is trying to portray with his actions. The child is not allowed to speak or use the board.If they guess correctly, they win a point.


Pictionary is a charade inspired game where you draw an object.  Make two groups and just like charade select one member and tell him to make something on the whiteboard. 


Arrange students in a group of five or six and give them puzzles to solve. Let them put the pieces in whatever way they want. It enhances critical thinking while increasing their reasoning.

True or False

Formulate a few questions based on what students have studied in the classroom. Ask them if what you are asking is right or wrong. Give points for each correct answer.

What Did You See?

Arrange a few objects on a table. Ask one of the children to look at them for 10 seconds. Quickly cover them up and ask him to make the list of things he saw in the same arrangement. 

Tongue Twisters

Students are made to say phrases that are complicated. The result can be quite interesting and funny. 

Some of the tongue twisters you can make the students say are:

• How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if the woodchuck could chuck wood?

• She sells sea shells by the seashore, And the shells she sells by the seashore are seashells for sure.

• Stupid superstition

• Pirates Private Property

By including these games in the class, you’ll see a different energy in the students. They will engage better with others. This is what we advise our teachers at The Heritage School-North Campus, the top 10 schools in Dehradun.

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