Students speak in the activity.

  • Minefield Treasure Hunt!

    Students look at the pictures and make sentences to dig up buried treasure - or a bomb!

  • American School Lunch

    Are your kids curious about school lunch in America? For all the American ALTs out there, this one is for you!

  • NH Let's Talk 1, Can I/ Can you...

    Worksheet for the Can I/ Can you...? Let's Talk 1 grammar point, page 64, New Horizon 1.

  • Halloween PowerPoint and Quiz

    The PowerPoint outlines the purpose and history of Halloween, popular costumes around the world and activities associated with Halloween.

  • Animals are doing things.

    Your students will practice making present progressive (present continuous) sentences from silly pictures of animals.

  • The Cat Kahoot game

    Kahoot preposition game

  • Halloween Haunted House Game

    My Halloween quiz game.

  • Which Anime Character is best? Tournament-style!

    A quick tournament-style activity to practice using the "which" grammar point.

  • Who is the man shouting in front of the class?

    Full credits are given to JakeW for this information gap activity.

  • Will you Help Me?

    Students write a script for a determined scenario and do a roleplay in front of their class.

  • Where is Pusheen?

    Give directions to help Hello Kitty follow Pusheen around town.

  • Practice Stationeries with Yokai Watch !

    This works well with Let's Try 2's lessons about stationery items. Review different stationery, play a simple guessing game, then ask Yokai spirits if they have stationeries.

  • English Quest (RPG Quiz Game Template)

    An empty template for an RPG-style quiz game.

  • Where is the Post Office Worksheet

    A simple worksheet meant for partner work, where students place locations on a simple map and guide each other.

  • 'Have to/ Has to'

    A pair / information gap activity followed by fill-in-the-blanks and a short writing activity. The theme is Merida and her triplet younger brothers from the Disney-Pixar animation, Brave.

  • I went to a Haunted House (Work Sheet)

    Halloween themed memory game good for any size class with litttle to no prep time.

  • SpyXFamily Pencil Case

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

  • My Memorable Experience

    A writing activity for 3rd graders where they pick a card and share their memorable experience about it.

  • Question Word (gimonshi) Blast!

    This is a simple group activity to practice the use of indirect questions, specifically grammar from New Horizon 2 Unit 5. For example, "I know how to use these products."

  • One World Smiles 5 and 6 Picture Cards

    All picture cards for one world smiles 5 and 6. of course other texts may use, but the order of the lessons is different, just keep that in mind.

  • Mission Impossible

    Review activity that can easily be adjusted for different units or year levels. Grammar and vocabulary review or just grammar review.

  • Trick or Treat Quiz Game

    A jeopardy / typhoon style quiz game with a Halloween twist!

  • Gerunds Practice Sheet

    Worksheet covering the grammar highlighted on p62-64 of NH2

  • Animal and Food Crosswords

    A set of crossword puzzles for ES students to practice spelling foods and animals.

  • Who That Which Review Board Game

    A simple review for 3rd graders where they answer questions on a board game

  • Another Missing Fruits Game

    Students try to remember what fruits are missing from the fruit stall.

  • Food Story (I'd like ~[food/drink/dessert].)

    Please feel free to use this Toy Story-themed presentation to review different foods/drinks/desserts and to introduce and practice the target sentence, "I'd like~.

  • Classmate interview "have to"

    Using the question form, ask your classmates and create interesting sentences.

  • Just Do it Board Game

    A simple board game that could be enjoyed by 1st graders

  • Pointing Game

    The teacher says a word, the students repeat that word and then point to the word. Have the students do individually or in pairs as a race.

  • Reporter Dictation Race

    Students memorize and read sentences to a classmate who writes it down.

  • Board Game 1nen Plural verbs

    Sugoroku type game, to practice Present Simple. It included "when". 2-4 or 6 students can play. Dice can be digital from tablets one per group. There are many online dice sites.

  • Character Quiz

    A three-hint quiz in which students guess the character.

  • Daily Diary (daily questions worksheet)

    A short, simple daily questions worksheet that can easily be changed to be effective for all grade levels in ES and JHS.

  • Bomb バクダン Game

    A simple game in which you draw a bomb and points under vocabulary cards posted on the blackboard.

  • (Which pronoun?) Introduce someone you like

    Get the students thinking about whether the pronoun is the subject, object or possessive and learn to use the correct pronoun while introducing someone or a group they like.

  • Black Box

    A fun activity in which students give hints to a student who is touching an unidentified object that everyone else knows.

  • He/She is my ~ (family edition)

    Please feel free to use this to review the use of He/She and to introduce family members in English.

  • Zoo

    Rhythm based game in which students practice gestures and animal vocabulary by passing play back and forth in a circle.

  • Osaka Subway Map Race

    Race to find the next station using the Osaka subway map! It's a group race game using directions. It uses the grammar "Could you tell me how to get to ~" "Where is ~" .

  • Top 5 activities

  • Trick or Treat Quiz Game

    A jeopardy / typhoon style quiz game with a Halloween twist!

  • Prepositions with Mewo

    An activity practicing the use of by, on, in, in front of, behind, and under

  • Zombie Game

    A no prep speaking activity in which students play janken, try to avoid becoming a zombie, and have a great time.

  • Zelda Treasure Quest + Christmas Edition (Typhoon)

    This is a PowerPoint typhoon game taking from Keith's style of the typhoon review game where you ask the question first from a sheet, then the student chooses a place on the board.

  • Which Present Do You Want?

    Santa gives out some presents to the students! Let them choose a colored present and reveal what's inside.

    Sign in or create an account to leave a comment.