Students speak in the activity.
The boy sleeping on his desk is (UPDATE)
Students try to identify a class full of slackers by listening or reading descriptions
Something to ... guess who
Short Guess Who style game practicing "something to ~" grammar from New Horizons 2 Unit 3 page 40.
Mario Kart Sugoroku!
Mario Kart review game with card template!
Treasure Hunt v2 - A Pirate Themed Review!
A review powerpoint game that involves 2-5 teams of pirates searching for treasure!
Do you know...? Bingo
Class mingle activity with various indirect questions (間接疑問文). Made for New Horizon 3, Unit 4.
What OO do you like? Kirby Sugoroku Game!
Kirby-themed sugoroku game for Let's Try 1 Unit 5.
AMONG US - What Color Do You Like
Get students to ask each other "what color do you like" and respond with "I like _____", this helps them understand the "what _____ do you like" sentence structure and also helps them remember colors!
What time is it?
Lets Try 2- Unit 4.
Giving Excuses Flick the Eraser Game (Have to~)
This board game is a fun way to practice the target grammar, 'have to'. It is played in pairs.
Students use indirect questions (間接疑問文) to quiz their classmates. Made for New Horizon 3, Unit 4.
Can you ~ ?
BINGO game for New Horizon Elementary 5th grade activity
Gesture game in mini groups
Using a set of flashcards get members of a group to gesture a flashcard and other members try guess what it is in English.
English Conversation Practice Questions
This is a long list of English questions you can use for any reason! I use them to begin my classes and sometimes when I want to wander the hallways and ambush students with English conversation!
Have to~ Must (Schools from around the World)
This is a PowerPoint guessing game about school rules in different countries.
Shichi Narabe Card Game
I made this for JHS 1 *“She looks sleepy / That sounds scary”* and ES Y3 *"What ____ do you like"*
Who~, Is he/she~ Spinner Game
This is a board game to be played in pairs to practice the target grammar, 'Who~, Is he/she?'
Myths and Urban Legends
A basic lesson on myths and urban legends around the world!
Do you have a/an~?
This is meant to be a whole lesson for Let's Try 2 Unit 5. This is good for 2nd or 3rd lesson in the unit. Feel free to edit as needed.
My Summer Vacation Verb/Sentence Practice
Worksheet to do after summer vacation to get the students writing again and thinking about how to talk about their summer experiences
I see/ I spy game (How many~)
A class based activity that is a question and answer format for the teachers and students. (Target 11 - Blue Sky 1)
Sugoroku: ES Y-3: What Do You Like?
Target students: Elementary 3rd graders and 4th graders. It's also relevant for special needs kids. Students can play this game to practice "What do you like?" and "I like ~~~~".
"Do you like ________? "Let's Try 1 Unit 4
This is a practice/activity for 3年生 elementary school students to practice asking "Do you like _____?" and answering "Yes, I do." / "No, I don't." Focused on Let's Try 1 pg 17
Criss Cross Game
This is a good warm up and can be used with most grades for basically any lesson to help kids use target phrases.
New Horizon 3 Unit 3 Jeopardy!
This is a jeopardy game that I created for my third graders in junior high school. It's based on unit 3 in the New Horizon textbook.
Let's play tag - or just 鬼ごっこ
An attempt at playing tag within a classroom but there's no running or touching. Practices prepositions (behind, in front of, between, near) and some school locations. For JHS 1 and maybe ES.
Anime Guessing Game - "What are they doing?"
A fun game great for practicing present continuous/progressive with 1st year Junior High School students using images of different anime characters.
He/She can~ 3 hint quiz
A 3 hint quiz style guessing game to practice "He/She can ~ ". Made for New Horizon Elementary 5 unit 4
He is~ She is~ Speaking activity
This activity can be a warm up activity or a practice speaking activity. This will help students practice speaking and make sentence with the information they have about a person.
Just a bunny-themed board game with questions.
Question Board Challenge
-This is a question-and-answer board game for mid-level middle and high school. Students ask questions based on the answer they want instead of a set script and answer challenges for team points.
He/She is Pronoun Practice
Small ES warmup activity to practice "He is..." and "She is..." with characters
2 Truths, 1 Lie: JHS 1
A classic game you can edit to practice many grammar points! Students write truths and lies about themselves and then tell each other 2 truths and 1 lie. The listener must guess the lie!
A short PPT I made to help my special needs students practice a self-introduction. I made examples using popular characters all the students should know.
Like Rally 👍 (Speaking Act.)
Perfect activity to practice any dialogue. Students walk around, find a classmate and practice the dialogue. Once they're done, they can receive a "Nice!" sticker from their partner.
This is a game of association on loadwords for small group of JHS/HS students/English club.
Anytime conversation-elimination game that requires no material preperation, but is immensly fun for students to play.
A handout that aims to help students learn how to describe people's personalities.
Evaluation Activity Planning for SHS
This is a word document describing some potential activities for an evalution.
Mario Kart English Race 🏎️ (Group Game)
Great for reviewing a wide range of things (unit(s), Let's Talk, Enjoy Communication, a specific grammar point, etc.) in a Mario-Kart board game style.
Summer Vacation Conversation Activity
A 4-part activity with a game at the end to discuss what everyone did during summer vacation.
Practices: Simple past (1st person and 3rd), forming questions, superlative, conversation.
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