Interactive ESL Game: Petal Puller
Primary School and up
Team Versus Mode
Two teams take turns answering questions and rolling the dice. They pull petals equal to the number rolled. The team to pull the last petal wins.
About this Game
In Petal Puller, two teams take turns answering questions in order to roll a dice. That team then pulls a number of petals off of the flower equal to the number rolled on the dice. The first team to pull the last petal off of the flower wins!
Try before you buy.
Download the free demo for this game as well as
other games from Happy Everyday English here.
Demos are timed and end after a few minutes, but
otherwise they are the same as the full game.
How to Play Petal Puller
Divide students into two teams.
Roll the dice for each team to determine which team goes first.
Ask a question to the active team.
That team rolls the dice and then pulls that many petals from the flower.
Repeat the question/dice/pull process until there are no more petals and a winner is determined.
Game Modes Available in Petal Puller
Team Versus Mode: Two teams take turns answering questions and rolling the dice. They pull petals equal to the number rolled. The team to pull the last petal wins.
The games available from Happy Everyday English can only be played on Windows computers.
No installation necessary.
No internet connection needed to play.
Randomized and animated gameplay
Built in sound that can be turned on or off
Starting team is randomized.
Petals are animated and can be pulled: Once the dice has been rolled and the students are instructed to pull the petals, they can do so. Petals will be plucked off the flower and disappear.
Randomized Petal Colors: The color of each petal is randomized when the game begins.
Automated Ending Sequence: Once the last petal has been pulled, the flower will become embarrassed and flee. The winning team will be congratulated.
Question Prompts: There are four question prompts that you can use when playing this game. You can change between these at will. The game download includes directions on how to prepare prompts 2-4.
No prompt: Simply ask a question to your students without a prompt in the game. Ask any question you like. Using this mode takes no preperation before starting the game.
Text Question Prompt: Prepare text questions and answers in advance using the included text document file. This prompt will display your prepared questions when playing.
Picture Prompt: This prompt displays pictures that you've prepared in advance.
Keyword Prompt: This prompt displays a set of keywords that you've prepared in advance.