Top Pinterest Boards for English Language Learners


Pinterest is a very popular resource for English language learners! Did you know there are Pinterest boards just for students learning English?

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In this article, we list and review some of our favorite Pinterest boards for ESL students. Many of these boards can be helpful to teachers also. To see and follow these boards, click on the links provided.

What is Pinterest?

Pinterest has quickly become one of the most popular ways for people to share their hobbies and interests. Teachers and students use it to share and find resources for learning. On Pinterest, you can build boards (pages) and pin websites, pictures, texts, and graphics onto your boards.

Pinterest accounts are free and easy to use. If you do not have a Pinterest account, you can sign up here: www.pinterest.com. You can even sign up using your Facebook account.

Once you become a user, you can find your favorite boards and "follow" them. When you follow board or user, you will see all of their new pins on your main page.

You can even find Really Learn English on Pinterest!


Tips before we start:

Please remember to use proper online manners. This is called online etiquette or 'netiquette'. Here is a video and handout from the British Council about the rules of netiquette.

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Okay! Let's get started!


Top Pinterest Boards for English language learners

There are many great Pinners and Boards for ESL students on Pinterest. These are just a few of the top boards that we feel are useful to English language learners. If you know of another useful board, please let us know by contacting us here or on Facebook.

Click on each page name to go to the link and read a review about the page. Pages are listed in no particular order!


1. ESL Collaborative Board


2. Learn English (collaborative)


3. Learn English


4. My English


5. Language: Facts, History, Uses, etc.


6. ESL


7. ESL for Deaf Students


8. ESC Region 17 Bilingual/ESL


9. ESL Teachers


10. Audio & Video in English


11. ESL With Jo


12. Really Learn English


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1. ESL Collaborative Board

The ESL Collaborative Board is a community board for ESL, EFL, ESOL, TESL, and TEFL. There are over 200 pins on this board from a variety of pinners, including Really Learn English. You can look at pins on this board, or you might be able to pin your own things to the board. Just email the owner to see if you can be added as a collaborator.

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2. Learn English (collaborative)

Another great collaborative board is Learn English. On this board you will find resources and ideas for learning English from many different pinners. Because it is a collaborative (or group) board, there is a wide variety of pins from English vocabulary to grammar rules to worksheets. If you want to join the board and share your own materials or favorite pins, you can contact the board owner. Just follow the instructions at the top of the board.

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3. Learn English (Rita Laura Aiazzi)

If you are looking for a huge collection of pins for English language learners, then Learn English by Rita Laura Aiazzi is one of the best places to go! On this board, you will find a variety of pins on topics such as figurative language in English, useful and common English expressions, collocations, phrasal verbs, and English tenses. With almost 1,500 pins, this board has something for everyone!

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4. My English

You don't want to miss this board. With over 41,000 followers, My English by Claudia Garcia is a good board to follow! Both students and teachers will find excellent language resources including pins for English grammar and vocabulary, word charts and synonyms,  and study tips for students.

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5. Language: Facts, History, Uses, etc.

To really understand the English language and language learning, students should study the history of languages. Learn interesting facts and history of languages with this Pinterest board. Language: Facts, History, Uses, etc. is run by Stephanie Melton. On this board, you can find pins about the history of language, dialects, pronunciations, grammar, punctuation, ancient languages, word origins, and more.

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6. ESL

On ESL by GCFLearnFree, you will find helpful information for non-native English speakers. Pins on this board include tips, learner tools, grammar resources, learning strategies, figurative language pages, and more. This board has over 33,000 followers! Wow!

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7. ESL for Deaf Students

ESL for Deaf Students is a board dedicated to deaf English language learners. On this board you will find many printable graphics, emotion charts, sign language links, and many printable worksheets for English vocabulary.

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8. ESC Region 17 Bilingual/ESL

You don't want to miss this! This is not just one board, but a collection of boards by ESC Region 17 Bilingual/ESL. This Pinner has boards for language learners of all levels and all subject areas including dual language resources. There are over 2,500 pins organized onto 56 different boards. Most of the boards are even organized by grade levels.

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9. ESL Teachers

Here is another great pinner with many helpful boards. The boards ESL Teachers are run by eslteachersunited.org, but this is a great resource for learners as well as teachers. This would be a good pinner to follow if you are learning English to become an English teacher. On here, you will find boards about ESL certifications, jobs, schools, and other language resources.

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10. Audio and Video In English

Do you need videos and recordings for practicing English comprehension? This board is for you! Audio & Video in English is a great collection of videos and recordings to help students practice their comprehension of the English language. Watch the videos and listen to the recordings to practice your English skills. You will want to follow this board!

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11. ESL With Jo

ESL With Jo is a collection of boards by an ESL teacher for English language learners of all ages. You will find boards for grammar humor, verbs, English idioms, visual vocabulary, American slang, writing tips, and many more. Follow all of these boards, or pick and choose which ones are best for you.

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12. Really Learn English

Really Learn EnglishAnd, of course, you must not forget the Pinterest board for Really Learn English! It is THE resource for English teachers and learners around the world! On our Pinterest board, you will find
  • Vocabulary and grammar basics
  • English grammar explanations
  • Illustrations and graphics
  • Tips for learning English
  • English workbooks, worksheets, and exercises

Click on the widget below
to join our community of learners!


Visit Really Learn English's profile on Pinterest.

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