Activity involves using a dictionary, or trains students in how to use dictionaries.

  • Easier English Riddles

    An easier version of my English Riddles game.

  • English Riddles

    A PPT game of sorts where students try to figure out a bunch of different riddles.

  • Dictionary Race

    This is a game for the 1年生 paired with p20 of Sunshine 1

  • Dictionary Dash

    Students look up words that have a connected meaning.

  • English Games for Extra Time

    Do you need some games you can whip out a moment's notice? Are you unexpectedly covering a class? Is your English teacher running late? Here are some no prep games you can play with many levels!

  • JHS 2nd Year Comprehensive Translation Challenge

    This is adapted from another user's translation challenge, which will be linked. Intended for group work.

  • 6年 Hangman & What Am I? Game for final class

    Simple games using vocab from the 3rd semester as a final activity for class.

  • Many Elementary School Crosswords

    Need a vocabulary worksheet right now? Want something to hand students when you have extra time? Give them a crossword!

  • Camping Trip! (should)

    What should you bring to the camping trip?

  • Folded Stories

    Students use who what where and why to write a story.

  • Baseba11

    Baseball game where you choose the correct spelling.

  • Yet Another Wordle

    Wordle worksheet, rules PowerPoint, and vocabulary lists for the Here We Go JHS texbooks.

  • Shark Attack!

    Hang Man-style game using words from New Horizons Picture Dictionary

  • Dictionary Definition Quiz

    Give the students a dictionary definition, and they must try to figure out the word. Then, students make their own quizzes. For JHS grade 3

  • 4 pictures, 1 word

    A easy and fun game for stdunets to use dictionaries.

  • My Dream Speech - Project 1 New Crown 2

    Speech about what students want to be when they grow up.

  • Scrabble

    The classic game.

  • Comparison Competition

    Students compete to make the best sentence they can for an adjective. Grammar used includes ~er, ~est, more, most, and as ~ as.

  • My Room

    A room drawing activity to practice the "There is / There are" grammar.

  • Emotion Dialogue

    A dialogue making activity to practice the "emotion + to infinitive" grammar (ex. "I was happy to hear that.")

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