Unlisted Grammar

This is a tag for grammar points that haven't been created yet.

These activities are based around grammar, themes, or other material that doesn't have a tag. There's always a balance between making so many tags that nobody could possibly look through all of them, or limiting the tags so much that it's hard to find anything.

These activities will need to be recategorized at some point, but it's an on-going process!

  • Feelings Karuta Game

    Contains all the feelings/emotion words listed in the back of the New Crown 2 and New Crown 3 books.

  • Practicing conversation points in New Crown 3

    Practices 3 conversation points: confirm, change the subject and words that express feelings and emotions

  • Kahoot Second Year Unit 1 - Unit 3 Review (p.37まで)


  • Don't Catch Magikarp!

    A quick Pokemon themed quiz game!

  • Snoopy Weather and Clothes (slides and Sugoroku)

    A game for elementary or special needs students to help learn the weather and what clothes to wear! Snoopy themed for fun.

  • Adjective + infinitive sentence game

    Game to encourage students to make sentences using It is + adj + infinitive. ex. It is important to study English.

  • Reactions: Reference sheet and worksheet

    This is a worksheet I made for my JHS 一年生 , but it would work for many levels! The reference sheet introduces reactions and worksheet is for practice.

  • Units of Measurement

    A powerpoint for explaining the metric and imperial systems. Followed with a "The price is right"-style activity where students have to guess numerical answers for various questions.

  • A great idea. (Read and act.)

    This is a speaking and acting activity for Grade 6 OWS6

  • Bingo for dates

    Students trace the dates and select 9 of them to play a game of bingo.

  • 6th grade happyo sheet: live/ES/treasure/usually

    This is a worksheet to help practice the phrases to be studied in the 2nd unit of the 6th grade ES text book called New Horizon

  • If-clause board game blue sky page 33

    Students will practice the If-clause by playing a board game. Originally designed for Sunshine 2 2016 page 51

  • 6th grade New Horizons 6 Unit 2 I usually...

    This activity helps cover the "I usually..." grammar point in unit 2.

  • That節 (That -Clause) - Four Corners

    A speaking activity used to practice using that節 (that clause).

  • 50 States English Board Template

    A template that ALTs from the U.S. can use for introducing the 50 states

  • Slang Quiz: American/Internet/SNS Version

    This is a quiz made for end-of-year fun with my junior high school students. It introduces the idea of slang, why it is useful, the types of English slang, and of course, a quiz!

  • Year End Review- ES 1st Grade

    Year End review for 1st grade Elementary School .

  • My favorite place (NH2 pg118) Scavenger Hunt Essay

    an essay writing activity

  • Guess Who (Speaking Activity Game)

    "GUESS WHO" Each student selects a character and writes it down without showing it to their partner. They take turns asking yes or no questions until they can guess which character is the correct one

  • School map Directions game

    Directions game focused on the school this time. This is just like my other directions game but now navigating a school to find the students "favorite" place.

  • What an exciting Kahoot!

    A 10-item Kahoot! to practice exclamatory sentences such as "What a cute cat!" or "How cute!"

  • I Always/Usually/Sometimes/Never... Board Game

    Easy board game to help practice using frequency words.

  • Daruma Buddies

    Some designer daruma icons you can use for different team-based activities.

  • This is my day (Let's Try 1)

    Students make and share their every day schedule.

  • This is my favorite place (Let's Try 2)

    A map for practicing directions and different places around the school.

  • What would you like mystery box game.

    I made this PPT for New Horizon 5 Unit 6. It's almost the same with typhoon game but instead of typhoon, they could get a mystery box that they could keep or give.

  • Little Red Riding Hood Story + Poster Activity

    New Horizons 1 Unit 8 Pg. 82 Students learn the story of Little Red Riding Hood and practice using the grammar point "How nice!" + "What a cute bag!"

  • Similar (but different) Verbs

    An activity that aims to explore the differences between "look", "see" & "watch"; "hear" & "listen"; "speak" & "talk"; and "say" & "tell". A short revision quiz follows the examples.

  • pg 84 NHG1 Expressions for Holidays and Birthdays

    This is a board game and review PPT for expressions used on holidays and birthdays.

  • 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.

  • Grade 5 Daily Routine Star Wars

    Star Wars quiz game for grade 5 lesson on daily routines and Frequency Adverbs.

  • Shark Attack (Hangman Alternative)

    An easy-to-understand spelling game to practice the alphabet. Instead of drawing a hangman, a looming shark comes nearer and nearer to a swimmer with every incorrect guess.

  • Guess Who!

    The classic Guess Who! game (with just printouts) to practice "do you have" and "are you" questions.

  • Stationery GO FISH card game

    Meant to review "Do you have ___?" statements and Unit 5 from Let's Try! 2 ("Do you have a pen?"). This is a printable GO FISH game with some Uno elements that make it more fun. Good for groups of 4.

  • NH1 unit 9 quiz game

    practice "try to", "want to", "need to" in a group quiz game

  • The Weirdest Day 1.2

    Group Story-Writing Activity!

  • "What do you Call it?"

    A quiz that makes students guess what various different items are called in different English -speaking countries.

  • Guess Who - Are you, Do you, Can you?

    Guess Who worksheet made for end of Unit 1 review for JHS textbook New Horizons - 1, with optional Writing Practice page.

  • Mario Kart DS Quiz

    Enjoy this popular activity based on the Nintendo DS version of Mario Kart. I have made a considerable use of its soundtrack composed by Shinobu Tanaka.

  • Mario Party - Have you ever

    Have students work together in groups in order to gather the most coins!

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