Here are some handy charades lists that I find work perfectly for an ESL end-of-class game. Easiest was is to place a chair at the front of the classroom, facing the other students, and invite one of the stronger students to the front. List five (5) or more items from a list on the board behind him or her in marker and then tell the rest of the class to give the student in the hot seat "clues" like hand motions, or any other words, just not the word written on the board, to try to get their classmate to guess the word. (You tell the student in the hot seat the "category", like "things that a driver does," or "things that are big".) You can do one round which can use up the last five minutes or so of a class and send people on their way smiling, or do two or three rounds with different students invited to the front and use the last 15 minutes. You can also do it as a competition, Team 1 vs. Team 2 (get them to pick their team name, one side of the class vs. the other -- that's why I've grouped them in pairs of lists, so you can keep track). But the first way works just fine. Either way, students become very animated and are belting out clues. This thing basically never fails. They love it.