Our School Barrier Game supports learners’ language development through giving instructions about familiar school items and places.
Barrier games, (or information gap activities as they are sometimes called) are brilliant for encouraging learners to practice the language they have acquired in different contexts.
This game uses a number grid, but you can also play it on coloured grids.
To make it more challenging, use an empty 2×3 grid. This means players must use prepositional language to describe which square their partner needs to place each picture on.