The teacher can use this activity to start a class.
Where is it game (Where is~/Where are~)
A criss cross variation activity where the class will answer the questions of the people(in the game) that they are helping. The questions will be read by the teacher. (Blue Sky 1 - Target 19)
Find the Elf
Various Christmas themed 'find the character' style review games!
Let's Write 1 NH Greeting Cards
Different templates for New Horizon 1 Let's Write
Birthday: Months and Dates
A series of activities to practice learning the months and dates.
JHS (is/are/am) Review
An activity to help students remember the difference between is, are, and am. We were specifically reviewing Unit 8 (be +動詞ing) but this can be used as general review if they're having trouble.
Easy Listening Game for ES-Adults
Super fun and easy listening game!
Vocabulary Ping Pong (Warm-up Game)
Vocabulary Ping Pong was mainly designed for elementary school students, but I think it could also be used in junior high classes as well.
Writing for Sounds Phonics
Uses letters C K E H R M D to make words that students listen to and then write to check for phonics understanding
Food Ohajiki (Let's Try 1! Unit 5)
Multiple games that can be used with this powerpoint. Elementary school students grade 3 level .
NHK for schools videos
NHK for schools elementary school English videos.
Snowball of Friendship
A game to get students practicing writing, reading, listening, and speaking. Minimal materials required.
Real or Not Phonics
Uses letters S A T P I N to spell real and fake words that can be read using phonics
Prices in Yen -Here we go 5 - Unit 7
40 Powerpoint slides with different prices in Yen to practice from 99 yen up to 2,000 yen. Very simple, just the slides to use for Unit 7 (Here we go 5 nensei). Good for warm up or just reviewing.
Connect Four 🟡🔴 (Pair Game)
A great way to incorporate a classic game into a fun speaking activity where they have to say a sentence before they can drop the chip.
Hunt for the ~ing (7年) Halloween themed
Children look for ing related pictures in their textbook
Hunt for the ~ing 1 & 2 (9年)
Heartening 1 Kahoot Quizzes
Hi! I made several Kahoots for my EC Heartening 1 lessons. Feel free to use them!
Pronunciation game (Minimal pairs)
Pronunciation game focusing on listening and speaking skills differentiating 'r' & 'l', 'v' & 'f', and 's' & 'th' sounds.
3 Hint Character Quiz 2
3 hint character quiz for ES grade 5 and 6 and all JHS grades
What does this gesture mean?
A simple presentation/quiz where the students guess what each gesture means
I have... Who has...
A simple reading warm up activity searching for the next card. Uses colors and shapes.
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
Shapes Collection of Activities
based on Let's Try 1 textbook, ES 3nensei, Unit 7 pages 26-29
Lesson Plan for 4 weeks, worksheets, materials
I will try to update this as we go along this lesson
Movie Mania Trivia 🎥
A PPT with lots of fun questions about popular movies and TV shows. This is perfect as a warm up game or a full-sized lesson. It's also a great way to show them popular movies dubbed in English!
Based of the Snap! card game. I used it as a warm-up for my JHS 1st grade students to practice why...because. It helps students practice reading, speaking and listening.
A no prep lower case/upper case letter quiz matching game played on tablets!
How much is it? Using coins.
Here are sheets with various sums of Japanese money on them. I used this for 6th grade at elementary school. At the moment they need to practice saying various prices.
Picker Wheel website
Megumi taught me how to play BINGO.
A classroom bingo game that practices the statement 'told/showed/taught me how/when/where/what to~?'
Want + Infinitive, Battleship, New Horizons JHS 1
Battleship game supplemental to the early units of New Horizons 1 . It’s fantastic for drilling want, like, have, and need + infinitive questions and answers.
Ex. Do you need to sleep?
Subjunctive Battleship, New Horizons JHS 3 U6
Battleship game covering New Horizons 3 Unit 6. It’s fantastic for drilling the subjunctive.
Ex. If you saw a BTS concert, would you be very excited?
Three letter words lottery
The same as the alphabet lottery game I posted, but this practiced three letter words. Students choose the first letter and then listen to the words called out to see if they've scored any points.
Have you _ yet?, Battleship, New Horizons JHS 3 U2
Battleship game covering New Horizons 3 Unit 2. It’s fantastic for drilling 'have you ___ yet" questions and have/ haven't answers with the past perfect.
Ex. Have you finihed the dishes yet?
I want _ to _, Battleship, New Horizons JHS 3 U2
Battleship game covering New Horizons 3 Unit 2. It’s fantastic for drilling 'I want __ to __ want + infinitive with a mix of pronouns.
Ex. I want my teachers to speak French.
Simliar to Bingo. Students choose nine letters, choose a shape to write the letter. If that letter is called out, the student scores the amount of points allotted to that shape.
May/ Can, Battleship, New Horizons JHS 2 U4
Battleship game covering New Horizons 2 Unit 4. It’s fantastic for drilling may/ can/ may not/ can't permission questions with a variety of pronouns.
Ex. May I eat some cake?
Is it _ to _? Battleship, New Horizons JHS 2 U3
Battleship game covering New Horizons 2 Unit 3. It’s fantastic for drilling 'Is it _ to _?' emotion/ adjectival modifier + infinitive questions.
Ex. Is it fun to sing?
Have N to V Battleship, New Horizons JHS 2 U3
Battleship game covering New Horizons 2 Unit . It’s fantastic for drilling Do you have __ to ___? Noun + infinitive questions.
Ex. Do you have homework to start?
(Don't) need..., Battleship, New Horizons JHS 1 U9
Battleship game covering New Horizons 1 Unit 9. It’s fantastic for drilling (don't) need and (don't) want + infinitive.
Need/ Want/ Try Battleship, New Horizons JHS 1 U9
Battleship game covering New Horizons 1 Unit 9. It’s fantastic for drilling need, want, try, like + infinitive questions and answers.
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