Develops students' creative skills.

  • Mario Kart Must

    Students use "You must~" to explain Japanese road signs that Mario Kart characters must obey (worksheet included).

  • Verb Review: Cards, Quiz, Writing Challenge

    The below files include lessons and printable cards for a verb review matching game, a "guess the correct verb form" quiz, and a verb writing challenge!

  • Christmas Cards: Everything You Need to Make Them

    Here you can find a lesson modelling how to make Christmas cards with an example, a word bank, letter templates, and even directions for decorating the cards!

  • English Games for Extra Time

    Do you need some games you can whip out a moment' 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!

  • Team Rocket Attack

    Colors, Foods, Weather, Days

  • Sales Pitch

    This activity allowed students to be able to create a sales pitch with random objects.

  • 6nensei Super Mario Typhoon Review

    Review typhoon game for many grammar points throughout Elementary School English lessons.

  • Dialogue Practice Activity

    Make textbook dialogue practice more interesting by adding performance and translation!

  • Mario Mystery Box

    geared for 4th grade

  • Animals A to Zed (trace/color in)

    Some worksheets that have a list of "animals" from A to Z with spaces to either trace or draw.

  • Roses are red poems for valentines day (or white)

    This is a powerpoint to explain the infamous roses are red poems.

  • Creative Writing Instagram Template

    I used this template for Stage Activity 3 in New Horizon 2 pg.118, where they had to make an Instagram post about their favorite place in town.

  • Super Typhoon Game (PPT)

    A Nintendo-ified spin on the popular ESL game, Typhoon.

  • How to be a Good English Speaker

    End of year advice for graduating JHS students who want to continue learning English.

  • "Who are you?" Pictionary

    A fun way to get creative 3rd years involved in Unit 9 for Let's Try 1

  • City or Countryside?

    An activity where students use their tablets to answer the question: What is more interesting, the city or the countryside?

  • Alphabet Monster

    Students draw a monster using the alphabet.

  • Inventions

    This activity will allow students to do some creative thinking and come up with their own inventions to solve a problem faced by their age group.

  • Stop!

    Fun activity to practice any grammar point.

  • My favorite place (NH2 pg118) Scavenger Hunt Essay

    an essay writing activity

  • Make a face! ~ Worksheet

    This worksheet activity is for 1st and 2nd grade. Just a fill-up activity that you can add at the end of the lesson.

  • 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

  • Valentine's Day Letter Writing Activity

    My take on joyceisachoice's Valentine's letter writing activity. These have been separated into two general groups: ES and JH.

  • 5 Minute Story Relay

    A silly, quick warmup to get students thinking in English.

  • Art Taboo (Art Telephone Game)

    A fun, active activity designed to imrpove student's spoken communication by relaying information about an image in pairs. Works for all age groups with some modification.

  • Since/For/Ago - Bingo and Powerpoint explaination

    Adapted from another bingo game from ALTopedia, this game includes an explaination of since for and ago, plus a warm up

  • Pass on the Message!

    A.K.A. Gartic Phone but Easier & No Prep

  • "Who are you?" PPX & quiz

    A PowerPoint for Unit 9 of Let's Try! 1 containing a variety of animals and finishing with four three-hint quizzes.

  • Your Name in an Acronym Bookmark: Extra Activity

    A fun and creative extra activity before the vacation

  • How Many JAM

    Jamboard activity for How Many, Shapes, etc.

  • Valentine's Day in America and Card Craft

    A presentation about how Valentine's Day is celebrated in America with a craft where students make roses are red violets are blue poems at the end.

  • Let's make a greeting card!

    A template for students to make greeting cards/post cards.

  • So, what do you think?

    Get groups of students to work together to make sentences expressing opinions on popular topics - good for large class sizes

  • Storyboard making

    Students make a storyboard out of their reading in the textbook and share with class.

  • Fortune Flowcharts

    A flowchart of questions that ends with a mini omikuji.

  • from pictures to a word

    short activity for warming up the class

  • Super Castle Wars (PPT)

    When Bananas, Castles, and Dragons Collide, Hilarity Ensues. This is a general use activity (plug n play) based on the class game Castles, but with an interactive PPT twist.

  • Present perfect continuous

    For speaking activity for practice present perfect cont.

  • 2 Truths & 1 Lie Battle

    Turning the classic ice breaker game into a group activity

  • Spy Family Game

    A board game and PP game based on Spy Family. The PP has built in questions for all JHS levels and the boardgame can be used with any question set.

  • Top 5 activities

  • Spy Family Game

    A board game and PP game based on Spy Family. The PP has built in questions for all JHS levels and the boardgame can be used with any question set.

  • Werewolf (人狼)

    A classic game of Werewolf. Perfect for Halloween!

  • Say Something A.K.A. 2 line game

    A warm-up activity where kids line up in 2 long lines. No materials needed. they race each other to say who can say a word faster.

  • How to be a Good English Speaker

    End of year advice for graduating JHS students who want to continue learning English.

  • Pikachu! Where are you?

    Chase Pikachu around the city and then let the kids give it a try themselves

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