Activity is centered around practicing pronunciation.

  • NH2, U1: Unit Activity, Summer Vacation Planning

    Students are tasked with planning and making an itinerary for their summer vacation using going to~ and will~.

  • Battleship ABCDE&FGHIJ

    A pair game in which players secretly select 10 "ships" (single squares actually) and try to guess/sink the other players "ships".

  • L & R Phonics Worksheet

    Easy worksheet to practice L and R sounds and some writing

  • Let's Try 1: Unit 1 (Flag activities)

    These are 3 activities students can do to learn the English names of 9 country flags. This is based on the Let's Try 1: Unit 1 textbook for 3rd graders.

  • NH2 - U1 - Going to ~ pick your own adventure.

    Pick your own adventure ppt with the focus on "going to".

  • Splatoon - Sniper Shot ᔦꙬᔨ

    A simple game where students try to figure out what the word, picture, or sentence is by looking through a sniper scope.

  • Story Book reading Project

    A multi-class length project for students to do a performative reading of an English Story book, with an emphasis on students emoting while using English.

  • Dots & Boxes ・・・■

    A classic pen-and-paper game where students must make a sentence/say a word to draw lines on a grid to make boxes. (The theme is heavily inspired by Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics)

  • NH 5- Unit 8

    Tic- tac-toe board game to practice He is good at ~. He is always ~.

  • Invite Your Friend to a Concert

    based off of New Horizon 2 p.115 (prep time: less than 5 mins)

  • Katakana English Pronunciation (Japanglish)

    10 minute filler or warm up activity or New Horizon Grade 6 Elementary Over the Horizon Unit 8 PPT

  • Tongue Twisters Race

    A game to exercise students tongue into English words.

  • Do you always study English?

    Quick conversation practice for New Horizon 5, Unit 8: Let's Try 2

  • Speech Impediment aid (voice generator)

    A link to a voice generator to help students with some sort of impediment.

  • Concentration Game / Matching Game - NHE6 Unit 8

    A game to help students memorize vocabulary and form a sentence. Target grammar point: I want to be a/an~

  • ES 6th Gr Jinsei Game for the end of the Year

    It is for ES 6th graders. Many reviews from 3rd 4th 5th and 6th Gr levels.

  • Ordering Ninja Hunt

    Students try to guess the location of their partner's ninjas by ordering food and drink.

  • Song HAPPY Pharrell Williams

    Improve listening skills and pronunciation with this activity for JHS 3rd graders.

  • Video Project for JHS/HS

    Work to get students to make a video based on review from the past year

  • Apex Lootboxes - How Many? 📦

    An Apex Legends themed counting game with various challenges where students must count the keyword or object on the screen. Can be used as a warmup game.

  • Let's Try 1: Unit 7 (Shape Board game)

    This is a shape board game so students can practice saying and recognizing the shapes in the, Let's Try 1 textbook Unit 7 for Elementary.

  • School Events Sugoroku Digital (E.S. Grade 5)

    School events sugoroku based on @kiwiguy23 template.

  • Pronunciation Go Fish

    Practice pronunciation while playing Go Fish

  • This is my favorite place

    This is an easy quiz to jog students memory on the English words they had previously learnt.

  • Winter-related Words Uno

    Something fun for your students in the frosty season

  • Asking Directions + Collecting Signatures

    This is specific to NH1 P94. It is a simple pair activity with a worksheet to help students practice how to ask directions. The pair activity could also be used for practicing another grammar point.

  • Drawing your own Snowman☃️🎲

    Students can create their own snowmen. This activity takes inspiration from a Halloween Game: create your monster using a die to create the different parts of a monster.

  • Exchange Gift - Christmas Vocabulary (ES 1-3年)

    Students practice exchanging gifts (picture of gift) by saying Merry Christmas! and Thank You! to one another, then practice saying Christmas Vocabulary by revealing the picture behind the gift.

  • Unicorn Game (Speaking Practice for JHS)

    Flexible Speaking Activity for a target question and answer sentence. Find the unicorn (odd person out) by asking all your classmates and figuring out who has a different answer than others.

  • Learning the 12 Days of Christmas Song

    Students learn to sing the 12 Days of Christmas Song. This activity can be combined with another activity, such as a quiz, to make a full Christmas lesson.

  • British vs American English

    Lesson on the differences between British and American English for mid to high level senior high school students.

  • Find the Elf (fruits & veggies version)

    Original by GinaG! This version uses fruits and veggies.

  • Restaurant activity (Digital Wallet)

    Elementary School grade 5 or higher.

  • The Price Is Right

    Made for Here We Go 5 Unit 7. In teams, students try to guess the price of a food item in the ALT's home country. Used for practicing larger numbers and prices.

  • Where is the classroom? PPT (E.S. grade 4)

    (Let's try2! Unit 8) PPT designed to help students tell their friends where the rooms in the school are.

  • 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)

  • Birthday: Months and Dates

    A series of activities to practice learning the months and dates.

  • On, In, Next to, Under, In front of, Behind PPT

    A simple Powerpoint to help teachers explain on, in, under, next to , behind and in front of. (New Horizon 5 book)

  • Digital Sugoroku Review (Let's try 1,2)

    Fun Sugoroku game to help students remembering what they've learned. I mainly designed it for elementary school grades 3 and 4, but if you change the pictures you could used it for any grade.

  • 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.

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