SpyXFamily Pencil Case

Simple classroom practice for stationary items, just made it fun with spy family gifs

For Let's Try 2 Unit 5: Do you have a pen?

Simple game to practice items in a pencil case.
(My first time making a PPT game and also slightly rushed- so pardon my mistakes. I'll take any advice if you have any!)

You can go over the vocabulary beforehand, but if they're a genki class- it's not needed!

I told my students that I have a pencil case... but Spy X Family edition.
Anya is hiding somewhere, so let's find Anya!

Every slide says the amount of Anya's available, and it slowly gets "harder" to find Anya. I mix in different anime gifs just to grab my students' attention, but you're welcome to change it back to Spy Family.

I asked my JTE as the first example to show students how to answer.
For each student, I ask "What do you have?" and they need to say: "I have a _____." (ex."I have a pencil sharpener.")
After the student answers, I have the whole class repeat it as well.

Slide 3 and 4 are meant to practice plurals (just a bit). "I have # ______s." (ex."I have 3 markers.")
(I personally split my warm-up game into two separate days.)

Hope you guys enjoy!

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  • Pencil Case.pptx (26.8 MB)
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    Submitted by Ganba_Rei October 11, 2022 Estimated time: 10-20mins
    1. jminamistar October 12, 2022

      So well done! Can't wait to use it!!

    2. Cityfan October 13, 2022

      Very nice!

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    5. standingmountainjs October 2, 2023

      What a great activity! I'm excited to use it in class. I have a question, though: What role does Damian have in the game? He seems like he'd have a special rule whenever he was found, but I'm not sure. Is it up to the ALT? Thanks in advance.

    6. Dansensei71 October 3, 2023

      I was also wondering about Damian here. The activity is absolutely fantastic and I can’t wait to use it with my students!

    7. lxxlxdhx November 16, 2023

      My 4th graders had a lot of fun with this! I was thoroughly entertained by their reactions when they see all the animated gifs. This was such a great activity, thank you so much! :)

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