Where is Naruto? (clubs and teams)
Look for naruto through the different clubs and teams while you practice the phrose "I want to join the _________.
Submitted by Lucasmh
February 7, 2022
Inspired: Where is Naruto (places in the town)?
Inspired: What do you want for your birthday? PPT Game
Estimated time: 10-15 min
-Have the students look for Naruto among the different jobs. The objective is the target phrase, "I want to join the____________"
-Whomever find Naruto gets a point. If its a small class it can be individual points and in a big class you can divide up them up into teams beforehand
-Most points wins, and all the hiding places are in the notes of each slide
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@HeyItsMori here ya go. Enjoy!
That was nice of you. Also I seem to be missing something. How do you get the big cloud to appear? I've clicked everything on the screen in both versions but no big cloud.
The big clouds only come in at the beginning when you click the screen or press enter. Naruto will disappear when the clouds are up, and the the cards will appear two. It won't appear after that until you go to the next slide and you start all over again.
Ah, got it.
Wow! Thank you so much! This will be so helpful. And yes, I also plan to use the Scott Pilgrim game you made. Both game animations are cool. I hope you have a nice day! :)
The clouds on mine will also not appear for some reason :/
But it is very nice!
There is a bit of a delay. I wasn't seeing it because I was clicking on the cards too soon.
Thank you for this material. It will be helpful! Ootsukaresamadeshita
Thanks! This is a really cute game, and there aren't many activities for this chapter of New Horizons, so you really are saving my behind!
Just saw a comment that you were leaving soon on the crossy road game, just wanted to say that your activities always took me by surprise because of how well they were made! I had no idea that powerpoint could be used the way that you use it. Good luck out there and thank you for all the inspiration :)
@Charg it was a pleasure to help you all out and share what I made. I only started making them because Covid gave me too much down time and this filled the boredom. I hope people can use them in the future and learn how to make stuff that's even better than what I put together
I used this today, for all that my explanation was poor, the kids started getting really into it, and in the second class the JTE explained it better and they loved it! The JTE even asked for a copy of the game.
hello. do you have a copy that we can easily edit? thank you.