Practices words for food, introduces new food, or involves the students making or eating food.
Sugoroku: ES Y-3: What Do You Like?
Target students: Elementary 3rd graders and 4th graders. It's also relevant for special needs kids. Students can play this game to practice "What do you like?" and "I like ~~~~".
"Do you like ________? "Let's Try 1 Unit 4
This is a practice/activity for 3年生 elementary school students to practice asking "Do you like _____?" and answering "Yes, I do." / "No, I don't." Focused on Let's Try 1 pg 17
Matching Game (What ~ do you like?)
A PowerPoint game that tests listening comprehension skills for elementary third graders.
New Horizons 6, Units 1-8 Vocab, Quizlet
Quizlet sets including all of the new and reviewed vocab for each unit. Can be used in class or assigned as review.
New Horizons 5, Units 1-8 Vocab, Quizlet
New Horizons 6, Units 1-8, Vocab, Blooket
Blooket study sets to be used as in-class game activities or assigned as at-home review. Each set covers the vocab learned or reviewed in that unit. You can use any of the Blooket games with these!
New Horizons 5, Units 1-8, Vocab, Blooket
Like Rally 👍 (Speaking Act.)
Perfect activity to practice any dialogue. Students walk around, find a classmate and practice the dialogue. Once they're done, they can receive a "Nice!" sticker from their partner.
New Horizons 5, Units 1-3 Review
This is a Blookit game set reviewing New Horizons Elementary, Book 5, Units 1-3
Let's Try Book 2, Units 1-3 Review Blookit Game
This is a Blookit game set reviewing Let's Try Book 2, Units 1-3
Let's make a pizza!
Students draw a pizza and write sentences about it.
Let's make a curry!
Worksheet to help teach cooking vocabulary.
Minecraft Diamond Quest💎⛏(Sentence Practice Act.)
A quick game that can be played as a warm up or end-of-class activity where the students play in teams in hopes of finding diamond by making sentences.
Breakfast around the World
Presentation showing kids breakfast from some different parts of the world.
Vocab Lists for ES 4-6 Grade
Vocabulary lists with meanings and pronunciation guides for Elementary School Grades 4-6
Food Chain Game
A game where students can evolve while practicing certain conversation pieces.
Roll a Picnic
Group activity in which get to roll a dice to determine what their picnic looks like.
Summer Festivals & State Fairs Presentation/Warmup
A powerpoint with speaking exercises about summer festivals and America's monstrosity state fair foods.
Students learn cooking vocabulary and follow my egg drop soup recipe
Gian's Cooking Request (Fruits & Vegetables)
Have your students shop using "One _____, please" to gather all of Gian's requested ingredients! (Made for ES 2nd graders but could be applied to other grades with a little bit of editing)
Let's Try Likes and Dislikes Quiz
Review quiz for colours, sports and food.
July English Board
English Board materials (calendar, song of the month, trivia, news story, vote for the month, Canada Day)
Word Searches for Junior Sunshine 5 & 6
Word searches & writing practice based on the Junior Sunshine 5 & 6 textbooks.
Is This My Furoshiki?
An interactive story the whole class can enjoy !
Sample Flashcards for Preschoolers
Flashcards on weather, seasons, greetings, emotions, furniture, food and easter
Fruits and Vegetables BINGO
Bingo cards for special needs classes
Guess the fruit and vegetables
5年 Unit 1 Jeopardy
a review Jeopardy game for 5th graders
Students guess first row students' answers using telepathy!
MadLibs ("when" conjunction)
Fun MadLibs group activity which uses several "when" sentences.
Group trivia game activity (Who/What/Which)
A group based trivia activity that includes many fun trivias and questions from the book. (Target 14 - Blue Sky 3)
Hello. I like sushi.
Simple self-intro worksheets for students in elementary or lower level JHS.
Food Stalls Roleplay
This activity allows students to practice transactional English in a free-form roleplay.
Authentic Menu Boards
A collection of fast food menu boards from countries using dollars and cents.
Splatoon "What ... do you like?" Splatfest
A simple multiple choice points game to be played in small groups. The aim is to encourage students to produce the target language to each other.
Doraemon Sugoroku (4th grade)
Doraemon-themed sugoroku game for reviewing what students have learned in 3rd and 4th grade. Requires dice.
Buzzer Game containing the phrases I like, I don't like, I play, and I don't play.
Grade 5 I like, I don't like (Here we go! Unit 1)
Very simple worksheet with some cute cat imagery to make it a bit more engaging :) My students really liked having the cute cats on the worksheet so I'm sharing :)
Food Description Poster
A poster showing how to describe food with pictures.
Japan Family Visit Activity
This April\May my family is visiting Japan and my school is allowing me to take my brother and dad to a day of classes! If you have family visiting, feel free to use this activity too!
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