Practices words to express feelings or emotions.
Daily Diary (daily questions worksheet)
A short, simple daily questions worksheet that can easily be changed to be effective for all grade levels in ES and JHS.
Hello! How are you? (Starter Activity)
Let's look at simple conversations featuring beloved characters!
How are you? Sugoroku
Play a Super Smash Bro sugoroku (board game) while practicing How are you? and feelings.
Students use when and if to describe as many situations as they can before the time runs out.
This makes me feel... (blursed images)
Reaction activity with students, practicing the grammar point: (object) makes me feel (adj.)
Lets try 1, Unit 2 Gesture PPW
"Good", "I don't know", "me?", "Good idea", "Come here". "Give me five" Gesture powerpoint Game.
Use gestures in the form of a competitive game to teach students target phrases.
Student level - Elementary
How are you? - Signature sheet
An expanded signature sheet for Let's Try 1 - Unit 2's activity
A simple PowerPoint game to review feelings (happy, sad, angry, fine, hungry, thirsty, sleepy, tired).
How are you? Where is the character game.
Students guess which feeling a character is hiding behind by saying "I'm --.". There are 10 questions.
Simple bingo game aimed towards ES 3rd grade - Let's Try 1 Unit 2
Writing a Postcard
Writing a postcard about Winter Vacation! This is specfically for page 108 in the New Horizon 1 textbook.
Let's Try! 2 ~U7 Review Questions
Reviewing at the end of Unit 7? Here are some questions you can ask the students during review.
Frog and Toad: The Letter (ONE WORLD 6)
Lesson intended to go along with the Read and Act 2 activity on pages 82-85 of the ONE WORLD 6 Textbook.
Mystery Match 3
Students combine sentence parts to make three original sentences and try to get a match 3. Practices: "[be] sure that..." "[be] glad that..." and "[hope] that..."
Emotions and Feelings Art
Zip file of about 50 illustrations portraying emotions and feelings.
Snakes and Ladders
Review of 1st semester for elementary students
Adjectives and Good Reactions
Students review some common adjectives and some good reactions for conversations.
Use our favorite undersea fry cook to see if students can guess how he is doing
Mad Libs (for fun/holiday)
Students find the words to complete the story.
A simple powerpoint showing all the emotions mentioned in the New Crown 3 book
Who are you? Quiz game
A review of the grammar points and vocabulary from New Crown 1, Lesson 1 (Are you ___? Are you from ___? and Yes, I am/ No, I`m not)
A3 Snakes and Ladders board with card sections for use as a review activity.
A dialogue making activity to practice the "emotion + to infinitive" grammar (ex. "I was happy to hear that.")
Stereo Game/ Shotoku Taishi
Group of kids speak/yell their target vocabulary while the rest of the class listens to them. The rest of the class must individually pick out who said what.
A story about two people becoming friends.
How are you Jankan
A race activity to practice how are you and the 'Be verb'
Star Get Feelings
A powerpoint game to review feelings for Let's Try 1 Lesson 2
You Look Happy
A 50-minute team-oriented practice of adjectives using a "You look..." sentence formation.
Pronoun Karuta (her/him/them)
Students test their listening skills and their ability to differentiate between he/she/they and him/her/them by playing karuta.
Students play a doctor/patient game, naming the body part where they are hurt, and bandaging it with toilet paper. Works well with teaching about body parts and feelings.
Blind Man's Drawing
This is a fun game that consolidates 'feelings' vocabulary and provides the opportunity to practice Object Complements in that context.
Are you fine SIGN GAME
simple sign game to practice feelings
This is an activity for brand new students. It should make them more confident with their speaking.
My Golden Week was ~~
A worksheet to accommodate the 2nd year Power-Up 1 activity in the Sunshine textbooks.
This is a vocabulary battle that can be used with any small set of vocabulary. It is great for younger classes, but can work with any grade.
"How was" Memory and Lesson Plan
Students practice using the phrase "How was" (How was your weekend, lunch, etc.) by playing question-answer memory and then writing their own "How was" questions.
Practice feelings with a red light green light styled game
A gesture game where students guess complex emotions.
He Looks Terrible
The students look at pictures and listen to sounds, and then write sentences to describe what they saw/heard.
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