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No Prep

The activity doesn't require any preparation or materials from the teacher. Just remember it and go!

  • Zoo

    Rhythm based game in which students practice gestures and animal vocabulary by passing play back and forth in a circle.

  • Daily Routine

    This is my first posting! I used the site, GIPHY. I wanted to make use of the gifs to have fun with kids in the class!

  • Guess who? Shapes

    A short powerpoint to practice shapes

  • Prepositions with Mewo

    An activity practicing the use of by, on, in, in front of, behind, and under

  • Months of the Year Matching Game

    A Powerpoint game to review the Months of the Year

  • "Welcome to Japan" Matching Game

    Vocabulary review for Unit 2 in Here We Go! 6th Grade textbook.

  • How Many? Character Quiz

    A remixed and reimagined version of the classic How Many candy quiz ft. various twists!

  • Hello! How are you? (Starter Activity)

    Let's look at simple conversations featuring beloved characters!

  • Character Colour-In! (Starter Activity)

    Interactive whiteboard activity for ES Students featuring Pokemon, Sumikko Gurashi and more.

  • Alphabet Matching Game (Uppercase/Lowercase)

    A PowerPoint game to review uppercase and lowercase letters!

  • Conan Clues - Participle Detective Worksheet

    Students act as Conan and investigate a crime scene. With clues such as 'a ringing phone' and 'a locked door', the students will be practicing participles as they crack the case!

  • Connect Four - Relative Pronouns

    Students play Connect Four by completing the relative pronoun sentences.

  • Manners in Canada must/have to

    A true/false powerpoint activity with questions about must-know Canadian manners.

  • Zombie Game

    A no prep speaking activity in which students play janken, try to avoid becoming a zombie, and have a great time.

  • Pokemon Unit 1-3 Review game! 5th and 6th grade

    Review games for end of first semester units 1-3 One world Smiles 5th and 6th grade!

  • What time is it, Mr. Wolf?

    Call and response game where students move forward the number of steps Mr. Wolf calls out and when Mr. Wolf says dinner time, he chases the students. First student caught becomes Mr. Wolf.

  • 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.

  • Hidden picture drawing game!

    Students help each other to draw pictures they can't see by giving instructions in English.

  • Zombie Apocalypse!

    Students debate or make a speech about how to protect their town from a zombie apocalypse!

  • What Color is Among Us?

    Find the impostor! (Colors Practice)

  • LT1 U3: How Many? Counting Practice PowerPoint

    A guaranteed* hit with any class, this PowerPoint has students count things they actually find interesting, like popular anime characters, instead of apples and erasers. *not guaranteed

  • "May I ~?" / "Could you ~?" questions

    May I ~? / Could you ~? practice for New Horizons - Let‘s talk 2

  • It... is... for... Writing Practice

    Short worksheet using the It... is... for... grammar structure laid out in p37 of New Horizon 3

  • Practice Counting 1-20 + "How many candies?"

    Review and practice numbers 1-20 and play "Find the candies!" + "How many candies?" by grace0103

  • Alternate Reality

    students think about what could be different in life using "if I were..."

  • Campaign for Nature

    students use passive voice to advocate for the environment

  • This or That gifts

    students use comparatives to discuss gifts

  • Universal Design pitch

    students brainstorm and present ideas about UD

  • Speaking in Pairs (Future Tense)

    A short and simple information gap speaking warm-up that revises the future tense.

  • "People Watching" and poster

    students practice "looks" for appearances and make a poster following New Horizon 1 textbook activity

  • "Virtual Life"

    practice for "if I were... I would..." and "if I were... I could..."

  • NH1 unit 9 quiz game

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

  • "Who is (s)he?" celebrity guessing game

    pairs conversation game practicing gender pronouns (he, she) and occupation words while using question word "Who?", creative expression opportunity

  • Lets try 1, Unit 2 Gesture PPW

    "Good", "I don't know", "me?", "Good idea", "Come here". "Give me five" Gesture powerpoint Game.

  • Gesture Game

    Use gestures in the form of a competitive game to teach students target phrases. Student level - Elementary

  • Random Sentence Generator

    An online random sentence generator to use in class and with activities.

  • Demon Slayer Shelf

    A PowerPoint game that'll have the students at the edge of their seat!

  • Mario Kart English Template

    Move Characters on a race course. Multiple race tracks to choose from so your students don't get bored. Add any Q&A you want to test your students.

  • Answer Checklist

    A short group activity to practice making and asking questions, can be used for many different grammar points

  • Folded Stories

    Students use who what where and why to write a story.

  • Top 5 activities

  • Prepositions with Mewo

    An activity practicing the use of by, on, in, in front of, behind, and under

  • Zombie Game

    A no prep speaking activity in which students play janken, try to avoid becoming a zombie, and have a great time.

  • How Many? Character Quiz

    A remixed and reimagined version of the classic How Many candy quiz ft. various twists!

  • 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.

  • Silent Hills: Haunted House Adventure

    A super spooky point and click adventure game where students find 3 clues to help them beat the final boss - the Eiken test!

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