Description: She is playing volleyball.
Students play a Snake & Ladders type of game while practicing present continuous form and also the past tense singular/plural forms.
I usually use this gesture game to introduce present continuous.
A point get game for practicing the present progressive.
This is a Guess Who-style game using cards and point tokens.
This activity practices the present progressive verb tense (verb + ing) and then plays a fun charades game.
Students answer questions about what other students are doing.
Students work in teams to read a crazy part-sentence, draw it and report back to the ALT/JTE.
Students practice using present progressive sentences and reviewing
This activity can be a sort of quiz game for the students while practicing the "I think (that)... sentence pattern. Though it can be used with any other grammar lessons, like verb tenses.
An information gap activity which can be played in pairs or a class where students find out what various characters are doing.
Students shop for monsters in this take of the classic shopping dialogue.
Students learn to buy what is necessary for their Mt. Fuji camping trip.
This is a modified Snakes and Ladders game to review grammar points for JHS first grade (in this version, VERB TENSES). Can be played with individual players or in groups.
A quick activity. it is useful for practicing present and past progressive.
A group power point game good for reviewing many lesson points.
A speaking activity based on the Uno Card Game. The same deck can also be used to play Go Fish
Students practice Present Progressive grammar by drawing two people and asking their classmates what they're doing.
An activity worksheet that practices presesent continuous, for example, "I'm eating ramen."
Students test their classmates' powers of perception by drawing hidden shapes.
Flexible posters and worksheets that can be used to practice present progressive, past progressive, reduced relative pronoun and so on.
A short sign game that works as a warm up when practicing present progressive questions.
This is a write and race group activity. The students will see images of animals doing things then race to write sentences about those actions.
Students try to identify the students of a class full of slackers by listening or reading to descriptions.
A fun activity where students (usually in pairs to encourage discussion) find the characters as described in the questions.