Specific to the Here We Go series of textbooks.
Mario Kart Must
Students use "You must~" to explain Japanese road signs that Mario Kart characters must obey (worksheet included).
Animal Crossing Have To
The cast of Animal Crossing New Horizons talk about the things they have to do before their friend arrives on the island (worksheet included).
6th grade Demon Slayer Review Game
Review lesson for 6th grade from Here We Go!
Better than kahoot in my opinion!
Want to practice worksheet
A simple worksheet for practicing readng, writing, listening and speaking with "want to" as the grammar focus.
WORD SCRAMBLE Vocab - Spelling Review
This is a review of some words first and second grade students have already learned ( Unit 1 - 8, Here We Go 1 and 2)
Picture Flash - Celebrity Edition (5年 Unit 9)
Powerpoint of vanishing images of famous people in Japan. Students use the key phrases like "She is Osaka Naomi. She is an athlete." This activity is suggested by 5th grade's Here We Go unit 9, hour 3
Kahoot Round-Up: Here We Go 6 (6th grade)
A series of kahoot quizzes for 6th graders that go with the Here We Go! textbook series. If you use New Horizon books, some of these might fall into 5th grade instead.
Who is your hero? Bingo Game
Students fill in their bingo card using other students answers to the question "Who is your hero?", with the answer being "My hero is ~."
Numbers to 1000 Individual Cards
Individual cards with the digits and reading of numbers up to 1000.
Kahoot Round-Up: Here We Go 5 (5th grade)
A series of kahoot quizzes for 5th graders that go with the Here We Go! textbook series
Where's my Pokemon
Here We Go! 5, Unit 8. A fun and interactive way to practice directions with your students.
Pokemon Town Directions Game
A game for practicing directions (turn left, go straight, turn right at the first corner, etc.) with various Pokemon.
Jeopardy Mario Game 3rd-6th grade
Review game for end of semester/year from 3rd-6th grade!
Review Jeopardy (Template)
Here is a template for Jeopardy (that can be used on older laptops).
Protect the Cheese! - Places in the City Edition
(Here We Go 5, Unit 8) A hangman-style PPT game where you protect a piece of cheese from a very hungry mouse!
Simple Past Jeopardy
A Jeopardy game about Simple Past Tense, but with surprises.
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Phonics Long Aa Short Aa
Reading practice for Long Aa Short Aa pronunciation
School Subjects UNO
Vocabulary learning game
This is a famous game that I think every ALTs know. I made a Christmas version.
My Best Memory Bingo Game
Students ask each other what their best memory is and fill in their bingo card from the answers they receive.
Students who raise their cards the fastest can answer two questions.
Heads Up Seven Up Was/Wasn't
Heads up Seven up modified for the classroom. Involves speaking and writing
Gartic Phone (Telephone Game)
Telephone game, or "dengen game" in Japanese but adapted for the classroom. Involves writing, reading, and drawing.
Country Interview Activity Worksheet
(Here We Go 5, Unit 6) Students walk around the room and ask each other which country they'd like to visit and why, filling out the worksheet as they go along.
Comparatives and Superlatives
This is a powerpoint presentation of comparatives and superlatives showing some examples.
Country Quiz (Elementary)
Country quiz practising verbs "to eat", "to ride", "to visit" and "to see".
Spy X Family What would you like? Game
Students guess which each character would like using the phrase 'I would like ~~.' in response to the teacher or whole class asking 'What would you like?'. Made for Here We Go 5 U7.
A writing activity for students to learn to ask and answer questions
PowerPoint Presentation About Singular Verbs
Sample sentences using singular verbs
Is he/she? worksheet
You can use this conversation activity for Unit 4 -Part 3 of the textbook Here We Go 1.
He can/She can One Piece Quiz
A One Piece PowerPoint quiz featuring questions asking what the straw hat pirates can do e.g. He can cook/She can draw well.
Trick or Treat Quiz Game
A jeopardy / typhoon style quiz game with a Halloween twist!
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
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.
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.
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.
Tablet Activities - Elementary
Are there any JETs from Kumamoto here? Thanks for these awesome activities.
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