Telling Time, Quarter to, Quarter Past, Fun ESL Board Games

  • Learning Objectives:  Use these online ESL fun games to practice and review words and sentences used when telling the time in English. The focus of this game is on telling the time using 'quarter past' and 'quarter to'. Students will also learn and use adverbs of frequency in sentences.
  • How to play:  In this epic board game, you have to navigate a treacherous terrain to get to finish. Choose a game variety - Space Rider, Pirate Game or Crocodile Game.  Next, decide if you want to play in single mode or team mode. Click to roll the dice. You will need all the luck you can find to avoid the monsters! Good luck!
  • Vocabulary:  quarter past, quarter to, forty-five
  • Sentence structures:  What time do you usually go to bed? I usually go to bed at a quarter to twelve.

Educational goal:  Create opportunities for student-driven English learning. This game is great for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners.




Telling Time, O’clock, Half Past, Fun ESL Board Games

  • Learning Objectives:  Use these interactive ESL fun games to practice and review words and sentences used when telling the time in English. The focus of this game is on telling the time using 'o'clock' and 'half past'. Students will also learn and use adverbs of frequency in sentences.
  • How to play:  In this epic board game, you have to navigate a treacherous terrain to get to finish. Choose a game variety - Space Rider, Pirate Game or Crocodile Game.  Next, decide if you want to play in single mode or team mode. Click to roll the dice. You will need all the luck you can find to avoid the monsters! Good luck!
  • Vocabulary:  half past, thirty, o'clock, numbers
  • Sentence structures:  What time do you usually have breakfast? I usually have breakfast at 7 o'clock. 

Educational goal:  Create opportunities for student-driven English learning. This game is great for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners.




Telling Time, Quarter Past, Quarter to: Sentence Monkey Game

  • Learning Objectives:  Learn and practice  sentences and expressions used when telling the time in English. The focus is on quarter past and quarter to.
  • How to play: Click play and listen to a sentence. Drag and drop the correct words to fill in the blank spaces below. If you are correct, the monkey gets a banana.  Help the monkey get a banana by getting the sentences right!
  • Vocabulary:  quarter past, quarter to
  • Sentence structure:   It's a quarter past two. It's a quarter to two.
  • Educational goal:  Create opportunities for student-driven English learning. This game is great for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners.

Games are great for motivating students to learn. By playing our fun educational games, students can practice and review key English vocabulary, grammar and sentences without the boredom which is usually encountered when doing paper-based gap-fill exercises. Play the game below and do not hesitate to share these resources with other learners. This is the philosophy behind our site – www.fredisalearns.com.




Telling Time, Quarter Past, Quarter to Memory Game

  • Learning Objectives:  Practice listening and matching the time on the clocks. The focus is on quarter past and quarter to. In this game players will improve their listening skills and knowledge of telling time.
  • How to play:  Click on a tile  to reveal the hidden word and audio. Click on another tile to make a match. Once a correct match is made, the word will move to the right column where you can click on to hear the word again.  Play this game two or three times to exhaust all words.
  • Vocabulary:  quarter past, quarter to, clock,  etc.
  • Educational goal:  Create opportunities for student-driven English learning. This game is great for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners.

Games are great for motivating students to learn. By playing our fun educational games, students can practice and review key English vocabulary, grammar and sentences without the boredom which is usually encountered when doing paper-based gap-fill exercises. Play the game below and do not hesitate to share these resources with other learners. This is the philosophy behind our site – www.fredisalearns.com.




Telling Time, o’clock, Half Past, Memory Game

  • Learning Objectives:  Practice listening and matching the time on the clocks. This will entail telling time using o'clock and half-past. In this game players will improve their listening skills and knowledge of telling time.
  • How to play:  Click on a tile  to reveal the hidden word and audio. Click on another tile to make a match. Once a correct match is made, the word will move to the right column where you can click on to hear the word again.  Play this game two or three times to exhaust all words.
  • Vocabulary:  o'clock, half past, clock,  etc.
  • Educational goal:  Create opportunities for student-driven English learning. This game is great for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners.

Games are great for motivating students to learn. By playing our fun educational games, students can practice and review key English vocabulary, grammar and sentences without the boredom which is usually encountered when doing paper-based gap-fill exercises. Play the game below and do not hesitate to share these resources with other learners. This is the philosophy behind our site – www.fredisalearns.com.




Telling Time, O’clock, Half Past: Sentence Monkey Game

  • Learning Objectives:  Learn and practice  sentences and expressions used when telling the time in English. The focus is on o'clock and half past.
  • How to play: Click play and listen to a sentence. Drag and drop the correct words to fill in the blank spaces below. If you are correct, the monkey gets a banana.  Help the monkey get a banana by getting the sentences right!
  • Vocabulary:  time, o'clock, half, past
  • Sentence structure:   It's half past two. It's two o'clock.     
  • Educational goal:  Create opportunities for student-driven English learning. This game is great for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners.