German games is a free online resource for beginners learning German and offers a complete set of German tutorials, practice German games and quick German tests for over 100 German topics, all free. Use the options in the box below to learn or revise any topic with any activity.
Start your visit to German games with the German Lesson for your chosen topic. Each of our 100+ lessons consists of an introduction to the topic language and 3 lesson activities - a yes/no activity, an either/or activity and a multiple choice activity. During the introduction to the topic, it is important that you repeat the audio after you hear it, and write down the texts to help your memory absorb both the sound and look of that language.
The 3 lesson activities are graded from easy to more difficult. As you work your way through them, you will find that your grasp and retention of the target language gradually improves. By the time you have completed the whole lesson, you should be able to recall and repeat the vocabulary for each of the topic items without prompting.
There are 12 free games you can use to practice the German topic you are learning at German games. The games are quick and simple to play and improve language retention by excercising different areas of the brain. Try a variety of games for the best results! The games are free to use and work on both tablets (including iPads) and desktop computers.
Complete your topic learning session by taking our 2 tests - a multiple choice test and a writing test. These will confirm that you have fully grasped and are able to reproduce the German you have learned by doing the lesson and playing the games.
The writing test is harder than the multiple choice but is important if you wish to be able to write German as well as speaking it! As you can see from the screenshot, there is a Help button if you get stuck...
To start using German games click here or on the "Start" button at the top of the page.
On the Start page you choose the first topic you want to learn. Once you have chosen a topic you will go straight to the lessons - there is an introduction to the language, a yes/no activity, an either/or activity and a multiple choice activity. Once you have worked through these lesson activities, play a few games to reinforce the German for your selected topic. Then finally try our two tests - multiple choice and writing - to make sure you have learned the language correctly.
If you are a parent, you may want to check out our parents page for more information on how your child should use German games to enhance their German language learning. There is also an FAQ page with more information on German games.
German games is for kids (and the parents of kids) and young adults who need or want to learn German as a second language.
You might be starting to learn German for the first time, or you may need to reinforce what you are learning at school or with your tutor with additional lessons and games. If you are between five and fifty (or twenty five anyway), try out German games and make your German learning a great way to spend some time.
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