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Games in the classroom Games are fun and exciting and enjoyed by all whether you?re an adult or a child. There are many different types of games that are targeted towards different types of audiences and purposes. I used to be a gymnastics coach for many years teaching young children at a recreational level. I always started the class with a game, usually one that involved some sort of running or a lot of movement to get them all warmed up. It was also a way to get the children excited and ?in the mood? for their gymnastics class. Sometimes I would even incorporate games during the lesson that allowed them to work on specific skills yet enjoying themselves at the same time. Playing games in the classroom is very similar. It is still a lesson, but a lesson in learning English rather than learning gymnastics. Using games in the classroom helps motivate students and gives it that extra bit of ?fun? during the lesson even though they are still learning at the same time. As mentioned above, there are many different types of games and this is the same for games used in the classroom. Different games are used for different topics such as revision, learning new vocabulary and practising the