Description: Are you hungry?
Students get into groups and compete to make the most or best parfaits.
Students walk around and exchange their picture cards with other students, with the goal of collecting many fruits that they like and giving away fruits that they don't like.
Students practice "Have you ever ....?" questions while having fun betting about classmates' experiences.
Students practice asking "How many?" and review body parts by drawing monsters.
Students ask "How much is~?" to find out the prices of the items in this info gap activity.
Students practice "Shall I show you...." while role playing shopping for clothes.
This is a group card activity that practices offering food using "Would you like...?" It is the reverse of "Go Fish."
Students choose a famous star and, in pairs, ask each other questions to determine which star they have chosen.
Students ask the ALT questions to try and get a Bingo or Bongo.
Students interview three friends and try to guess which character they have chosen using "Does she/he...?" questions and a process of elimination.
This game is similar to Go Fish, except a little more advanced. Students learn how to ask what and where questions while practicing animal and country names.
This is a simple game that practices 'whose' and borrowing the students' pens.
Students race to find the correct Sazae-san family member based on questions asked by the ALT.
Great flexible card game
Students aim to collect as many points as they can by asking questions to discover the object the teacher secretly chose.
Students ask other classmates if they can read unknown kanji characters.
Students go shopping using Mom's list while role playing and practicing the target grammar.
This is a simple game in which the students become a member of the Sazae-san family.
Students try to get as many cards as possible by asking others what they have to do.
The ALT and JTE "steal" items from the students' desks and the students must claim them using demonstrative pronouns.