Five and six years old and also for children with special needs.

Training program




Teachers can create their own interactive games for children or use created by others.

A wide variety of activities and games can be used to help reinforce vocabulary words that appear on the wall.

Worldwall as the platform contains a wide selection of mini-games that can be used to review theory, concepts and vocabulary items.

Worldwall takes gamification to the next level by offering a variety of mini-games. It can be both interactive and printable activities.

Interactive games can be played on any web-enabled device, such as a computer, tablet, phone or interactive whiteboard. They are designed to be played individually by children, although they can also be teacher-led, for instance by projecting the game and having students call out answers.

Most of the games offered on Wordwall can also be printed, either as a companion document to the online game, or as a stand-alone activity.

5 Worldwall activities provide fun and learning:

1) OOPS! – A fun game provides word recognition, vocabulary, and spelling practice  (https://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/04/lp328-01.shtml);

2) Erasing Relay – a fast-moving game provides practice in recognizing grade-appropriate vocabulary (https://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/04/lp328-02.shtml);

3) Mind Reader – children use clues to figure out the “mystery word” (https://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/04/lp328-03.shtml);

4) Hot Seat – a child in the “hot seat” asks questions to discern the secret word (https://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/04/lp328-04.shtml);

5) Vocabulary Toss – reinforce vocabulary with this game combining reading and basketball skills (https://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/04/lp328-05.shtml)