Pre-kindergarten or Kindergarten - Aimed at students who have not started Elementary School yet.
University - Aimed at university students.
Conversation - Aimed at students with a wide variety of ages and class settings, including adult students.
Junior High School - Aimed at junior high school students.
High School - Aimed at high school students.
Elementary School - Aimed at elementary school students.
Special Needs - This activity can be used in Special Needs classes.
Comparative - He is taller than my brother.
Superlative - The blue whale is the biggest animal in the world.
Conditional - If you want to play basketball, please join our team.
Present Progressive/Present Continuous - She is playing volleyball.
Present Perfect - Tom has eaten two hot dogs.
Future (will) - I will go to the grocery store tonight.
Future (going to) - They are going to play rugby on Sunday.
Pronouns - Her name is Judy.
Passive voice - Many languages are spoken in Indonesia.
Relative Pronoun - He is a boy who writes novels.
Past Perfect Continuous - James had been doing homework for two hours before Brendan visited.
Simple Present - I study English.
Copula Verb - That looks delicious.
Past Continuous - My cat was sleeping last night.
Past Simple - He visited Kyoto last month.
Quantifiers - Does this store have any towels?
Request - Will you give me a napkin?
False Subjects - It's sunny today.
Imperative - Let's play baseball. Don't use my bat.
It… for… to… - It is important for us to exercise.
Plural Nouns - She has three notebooks.
Catch-all Grammar - This is a tag for grammar points that haven't been created yet.
This-That - This is a fox. That is a hawk.
Wh words - What/Who/Where/When/Why
How many - How many apples do you have?
Can and Can't - I can play the guitar. I can't play the trombone.
Why and Because - Why do you like strawberries? Because they're delicious.
Directions - How can I go to the train station?
Was and Were - I was in London last week. Many people were there.
There is/are - There are three libraries in this town.
Indirect Question - I know how to play the piano.
Declarative Content Clause - He thinks that lemons are delicious.
Must/Have to - You must clean up your room. We have to go to my uncle's house tonight.
Plural Verb - He plays the piano. Does he play the flute?
Subject Verb Object Object - She gave him a watch.
Infinitive - I want to be a mechanic.
Gerunds - Amy likes visiting the ocean.
Reduced Relative Clause - The man making a sandwich is Jon.
Adjectives - He's thin, cute, and interesting.
Prepositions - My bag is under the desk. My texbook is on the desk.
Be verb - I am sleepy. Are you happy?
Warm-up - The teacher can use this activity to start a class.
Can be applied to many grammar points - The activity can be adapted to a wide variety of grammar points.
Vocabulary Review - The activity is primarily used to review vocabulary that students have already learned.
Small class size - This activity works best in small classes (under 10 students).
Pronunciation - Activity is centered around practicing pronunciation.
Pencil - Requires students to have a pencil or a similar writing instrument.
Prints - Requires the teacher to print out the activity on paper.
TV - Requires the teacher to display materials on a TV.
PC - Requires the teacher to display or use materials on a computer during class.
Dice - Requires the teacher to use dice.
No Prep - The activity doesn't require any preparation or materials from the teacher. Just remember it and go!
New Years - Activity applies to New Years.
Valentine's Day - Activity applies to Valentine's Day.
Saint Patrick's Day - Activity applies to Saint Patrick's Day.
Halloween - Activity applies to Halloween. Boo!
Thanksgiving - Activity applies to Thanksgiving (American or Canadian).
Christmas - Activity applies to Christmas.
Easter - Activity applies to Easter.
Presentation - Develops students' presentation skills.
Discussion - Develops students' discussion skills.
Debating - Develops students' debate skills.
Teamwork - Develops students' teamwork skills.
Critical Thinking - Develops students' critical thinking skills.
Problem Solving - Develops students' problem-solving skills.
Creativity - Develops students' creative skills.
Greetings - Practices how to greet other people.
Colors - Practices colors (red, green, blue, and so on).
Shapes - Practices shapes (circles, triangles, squares, and so on).
Countries - Practices the names of different countries, or teaches students about different countries.
Hobbies/Clubs - Practices or discusses hobbies or clubs that the students participate in.
Feelings/Emotions - Practices words to express feelings or emotions.
Time - Practices words for times of day (7:30, 2 o'clock).
Food - Practices words for food, introduces new food, or involves the students making or eating food.
Daily Routine - Involves the students explaining their daily routines.
Hometown or Country - Students introduce their hometown or home country.
Alphabet - Students practice the English alphabet in the activity.
Self-introductions - Students practice introducing themselves, or the teacher introduces themself.
Days of the Week - Practices pronunciation or spelling of the days of the week. (Sunday, Monday...)
Months - Practices pronunciation or spelling of months.
Animals - Students practice words for animals or learn about animals.
Family - Students practice words for family members or talk about their families.
Numbers - Practices pronunciation or spelling of numbers.
Ordinal numbers - Today is the first day of June. Tomorrow is the second.
School Subjects - Practices school subject names.
Body Parts - Practices the names for parts of the body.
Shopping - Activity involves the students practicing buying or selling things.
Lunchtime Activity - This activity can be used while eating lunch with students.