Description: He is taller than my brother.
Three activities rolled up together.
Simple pair worksheet for shopping and using comparatives.
Students ask yes/no questions about something hidden in a bag until they guess it.
Which do you like better? Do you like it the best of all ~?
Students have to try to guess a number from within a set range. The less guesses, the more the points.
A power point game that can be adapted to many lesson points
Students practice "Shall I show you...." while role playing shopping for clothes.
The objective of Scattergories is to score points by uniquely naming objects within a set of categories, given an initial letter, within a time limit.
Students go shopping using Mom's list while role playing and practicing the target grammar.
Students are divided into shopkeepers and customers and role play. Customers use comparative adjectives to request a different item.
A simple activity useful for communicating and reviewing target language.
The horse race activity played on the board. I often do it as a review before tests.
New Crown Let's Talk Seven. This is a short powerpoint quiz and a worksheet for practicing the shopping dialogue.
Students practice comparative grammar by stacking themselves up against their classmates.
Pair activity to practice comparatives.
This is a general use quiz game for various group quizes. It is a variation on the typhoon game.
This is an amazing card game created by a Nagaoka ALT named Scott. It is based on the eigomon card game from Englipedia.
This activity follows the same rules as Battle for Japan. It just uses a different map and theme.
This is a three choice quiz meant to review comparative and superlative grammar points.
A write and race game based on the Senkoku Jidai quiz game found on the Englipedia site.
This is a short activity for practicing the 'As ~ As' grammar point.
This is a simple and mildly amusing way to introduce 'which' questions for a first grade class. It can be edited for a second grade classes studying 'Which do you like better'
Students practice the superlatives "best" and "worst" by giving their opinions on winter vacation.
Students practice comparatives by asking their classmates to choose between two things.
Student can finish sentences by using the information supplied in the worksheet.