This activity can be used in Special Needs classes.
Pokemon 1-100 Numbers Game
Powerpoint game to practice 1-100. Each level has a different goal (find Pikachu, etc.) There are 6 levels.
A spin on the common restaurant activity where students practice ordering from a menu
A simple weather janken worksheet~
Powerpoint and simple activity about a holiday in the US.
Various English Uno Decks
English Uno decks with different themes.
I want to go to... (Interactive World Map)
An interactive world map powerpoint designed to get kids speaking about where they would like to travel to. Practice's "You can see" and "You can eat" sentence structure
Friendly Alphabets Digital Version
This activity is for Let's Try 1 Unit 6, page 24. No cutting of cards, more time to interact and enjoy.
Thanksgiving Playing Cards
Cards with very easy Thanksgiving words for various games (karuta, slap jack, memory, go fish)
Snoopy's World Vacation (3 Hint Quiz)
Snoopy-themed 3 hint quiz with various countries.
Trick or Treat!
Fun time-flexible points game themed after trick o treating during Halloween
Halloween - window reveal game
Halloween themed powerpoint game that can be used by any grade level to review numbers 1-20
lowercase alphabet suguroku (Halloween)
For 4th to 6th grade and special needs classes
Christmas in the USA
Presentation about Christmas in the USA
American/Western Food Dobble
Saw a food and drink Spot It game on here and decided to make one with the いらすとや illustrations.
Trick or Treat Game
Halloween bored game
A simple Kahoot that tests various Halloween Vocabulary
To be used for karuta, memory (shinkei suijaku), or Go Fish
Alphabet Coloring Game (Worksheet)
(Let's Try 1 or 2, Unit 6) Students practice their letter recognition with a simple coloring game!
Vegetables - Vocab, Missing Game, Close Up Game
This power point first goes over vegetable vocabulary, then goes into a missing game featuring Yoshi from Mario Kart. It finishes with a close up game.
Alphabet Bingo 5x5 (25 Cards)
25 different cards for use with alphabet bingo.
Let's Learn Onomatopoeia!
Teach English onomatopoeia and animal vocabulary using this fun and easy PowerPoint resource.
Fruit Vocab and Missing Game
Go over fruit vocabulary then play a quick missing game featuring Yoshi!
Small Talk Crisscross
Do you want to engage your class and practice small talk? Use this version of crisscross for a great lesson starter.
3 Hint Quiz - Shapes
Provide 3 hints about a specific shape for the students to guess which shape you are referencing!
Past Tense Sugoroku (Animal Crossing)
Animal Crossing-themed sugoroku using the simple past tense.
Shopping for Fruit with Doraemon
Simple shopping game to practice fruit names, please, and small numbers.
What OO do you like? Kirby Sugoroku Game!
Kirby-themed sugoroku game for Let's Try 1 Unit 5.
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.
Past Form Writing Practice
A simple worksheet to practice writing past form verbs.
I see/ I spy game (How many~)
A class based activity that is a question and answer format for the teachers and students. (Blue Sky 1 - Target 11)
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 ~~~~".
Body parts flash cards
Flash cards for elementary school
Various Special Needs Warmups
A handful of short activities using simple English for use in small special needs classes.
He/She is Pronoun Practice
Small ES warmup activity to practice "He is..." and "She is..." with characters
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.
Snoopy's World Vacation (Time Zones)
Travel the world with Snoopy and calculate the time in different time zones. Each location also includes some famous locations/a famous food.
This is a classic card game that is similar to UNO. With simplified rules, your students will be able to enjoy playing in no time at all!
Roll a Picnic
Group activity in which get to roll a dice to determine what their picnic looks like.
Hot Onion Ball
Fun way to ask and answer questions!
All credit to @GemAmo
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