Here We Go

Specific to the Here We Go series of textbooks.

  • Let's Name Things! Adjective Infinitive

    A group activity that prompts students to think quickly to earn points

  • Who That Which Review Board Game

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

  • Just Do it Board Game

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

  • Kawamoto Itsuyoshi's Diary worksheet

    Students fill in the missing information from p. 42-44 in Here We Go③. The worksheet helps to break down this long reading passage.

  • Wants and Dreams Relative Pronoun "which"

    This is a writing, listening, and reading activity with a "Who's this?"quiz at the end. The use of which here connects two relative clauses.

  • Memory Game: Whose bag is that?

    Students in group work as one to remember all the objects in the pictures that their classmates show.

  • Relative Pronouns: Series of Hint Quizzes

    Students work individually and in groups. This is good for 2 consecutive English lessons, but if you only have one time given to do it, you may skip a round.

  • Prepositions:Let's put things in their positions

    This is a group review activity for 1st Grade prepositions: in, on, in front of, behind, between, next to, and near.

  • What did they do last summer?

    Students guess what a character did over summer, with hints from the teacher, and asking questions in English to narrow it down after.

  • Can you ______? Character Search Game

    Students search for a character using the phrase 'Can you ____?', click on their chosen answer and it will reveal if the character is there.

  • "Welcome to Japan" Matching Game

    Vocabulary review for Unit 2 in Here We Go! 6th Grade textbook.

  • My Summer Vacation Postcard

    Students reflect on their summer vacation and create a postcard to "send" to the teacher about what they did.

  • 中3年生 New Horizon Jeopardy game

    game based on the real life TV show Jeopardy

  • Who/What/When/Where/How

    A lesson to review the various 'Wh' words including 'How'.

  • What do you want to do this summer?

    Little presentation to practice vocabulary for Summer activities and places to go, the second part of it is a quiz, very simple but useful before the summer vacation.

  • Tablet Activities - Elementary

    Are there any JETs from Kumamoto here? Thanks for these awesome activities.

  • 3-Hint Quiz It's (important) for me to~

    A guessing game activity that challenges 3rd grade students' ability to listen, comprehend and eventually guess who among their classmates is being described

  • What have you been into recently/for a long time?

    This is a writing activity that brings out 3rd grade students' ability to express themselves through writing. You'll be surprised that they could actually write and love to express themselves!

  • I like ~ing, I want to ~ Activity (Interview)

    This interview activity lets the students talk about the vacation they like the best in Japan and share what they want to do during that vacation.

  • Gerund Tug of War Game

    Gerund game that gets students up and moving. Two teams try to eliminate the other by reading all the cards and when they meet they do じゃんけん。 Similar to tug of war but pushing the other team back.

  • Here We Go! 一年生 Unit 2 Club Activities

    The warm-up, small talk, conclusion slides will all be the same, but the content changes per lesson. I wanted to post this for others like me who would benefit from a solo-teaching PowerPoint example.

  • Lucky Line Game

    This is my go-to English activity to help junior high school students to review their grammar and vocabulary learning for each unit. If you use Google slides, you can make a copy and edit too!

  • What do you want to watch? Bingo

    Mingling bingo game to practice the Q&A What do you want to watch dialogue for Here We Go 6 U3

  • What do you want for your birthday? PPT Game

    Where is the character game using vocabulary from Here We Go 5 Unit 2. Students guess a word and select it to see if the character is behind it. Students guess with the phrase "I want a(n) _____."

  • Here We Go! 2 Unit 1 Goal: Writing

    Worksheet to practice the grammar in Unit 1 (Past Simple) and write a diary entry.

  • Here We Go! 1 Let's Be Friends 2 & 3

    This worksheet can be used to teach or review the questions "What ~ do you like?" and "Where do you want to go?

  • Card King

    It's basically Cards Against Humanity, but for students.

  • One Piece Battleship

    A battleship game to help students practice speaking the target grammar point.

  • Countries - Sleeping Panda

    This is a game about naming flags of different countries.

  • Can you ____? Yes, I can./No, I can't.

    A board game to practice the response: Yes, I can./No, I can't.

  • Yet Another Wordle

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

  • Feelings Game

    A simple PowerPoint game to review feelings (happy, sad, angry, fine, hungry, thirsty, sleepy, tired).

  • HERE WE GO 6 Review

    It's a yearend review activity for 6th Grade or a first activity for 7th grade (1st year JHS).

  • Grade 6 Year Review - Snake and Ladder Game

    Students will review all the lessons in their textbook through snake and ladder game.

  • Here We Go! 6 Review Questions

    A list of questions to ask during Unit or Year-End review.

  • Sentence Relay Race Review

    A group activity made to review vocabulary in the Here We Go textbooks. Teams compete to write as many sentences as possible.

  • Where is Naruto (places in the town)?

    Look for naruto through the different places in the town while you practice the phrase "I want to go the _________.

  • Adjectives and Copula Verb (Looks)

    Revision and introduction of basic adjectives and use of 'looks' when describing people/things. Based on unit 8-3 from the Here We Go! 1 textbook.

  • Valentine's Personality Practice - Grade 5 Unit 9

    Teach students about Valentine's Day customs in the US, then let them experience it by making an easy Valentine Card for one another. Fun, distracting, and ENCOURAGING way to practice Unit 9 Vocab.

  • Speaking Challenge - Grade Six

    This is a speaking drill in preparation for the end of the semester Speaking Challenge. This can be done once a week or twice a month as a warm-up activity.

  • Top 5 activities

  • My Summer Vacation Postcard

    Students reflect on their summer vacation and create a postcard to "send" to the teacher about what they did.

  • Tablet Activities - Elementary

    Are there any JETs from Kumamoto here? Thanks for these awesome activities.

  • Gerund-Quiz Game

    it's a wheel - of - fortune game designed to have the students indirectly practice using gerunds

  • Animal Crossing Travel

    Activity for "be going to" / future

  • Harder. Better. Faster. Stronger.

    Practice your comparatives in style. Lots of animations, sounds, and even a worksheet

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