Description: Aimed at elementary school students.
A powerpoint to help do the first lesson of this unit.
An activity that has students running around to give you the item you ask for while practicing "This is / That is" and "Here you are."
Alternative Hangman activity
Powerpoint activities for let's try 2 lesson 4. Focus on teaching the vocabulary such as 'Wake-up time'
Group of kids speak/yell their target vocabulary while the rest of the class listens to them. The rest of the class must individually pick out who said what.
A story about two people becoming friends.
A story about a Gorilla freeing animals in the zoo.
Name card helpful for students and teachers as well
This works very well for reviewing WH-questions. The students have a chance to talk to everyone in the classroom by asking and answering questions.
This activity combines the directions lesson with the time lesson, using a maze. Students have to try and acquire as many clocks as they can in a limited period of time.
Players try to escape to the safe areas before they are tagged.
Students use simple phonics to read and match words to pictures.
A powerpoint game to review feelings for Let's Try 1 Lesson 2
Fun class to practice various action words
A 5 x 5 style game for Let's Try 2 Lesson 2.
Students play Janken and touch the body part listed on the card.
Students race to see how fast they can introduce themselves to each other.
Adapted from Roger Parker's "My Breakfast" on Englipedia, this is a simple worksheet to review simple past tense using what the student ate for breakfast today.
Practice writing name and saying "Hello. My name is ~ . What’s your name?”
Powerpoint Game Warmups for reviewing contrasting phonic sounds B and V in a Mario Theme.
Students answer various English questions in hopes to choose a square from a grid and receive points while trying to avoid the evil typhoon squares.
Students guess how many objects you have in your hand or a box.
Students connect numbers to the correct phrases and finally to the appropriate pictures.
Students play the Japanese favorite Fruit Basket game using the verb 'to be'.
A set of wordsearches with a list of words relating to each letter of the alphabet (work in progress)
*A twist on the classic memory game where you try to find matching pairs (and forgetting them 5 seconds later...)*
Students practice asking and answering "Which is your favorite, A or B?" (or which do you like?) and play a modified version of janken.
This is a mathematical card trick that is good for introducing numbers and mystifying your students.
To complete a weather map of Japan, students interview each other.
In this fast-paced gesture game, students throw a Doink ball around the room acting out various adjectives.
I usually use this to practice school subjects and week days
Students practice saying various animals and colors by placing them on a giant farm.
A tactical bingo game where bingo is bad. Students practice speaking as well as listening.
This game gets them to associate letters with word sounds by having students generate English words in various categories that start with specific letters.
An information gap game where students ask each other the time and weather in different parts of the world.
Students try to guess the name of the band from pictograms.
Students listen to the teacher read Present Tense verb sentences and circle the correct picture.
Students answer questions or get folded.
Students see a small part of a character (a piece of clothing or body part). They guess which character the clothing/body part belongs to.
Using the classic game, kids practice school subjects, days of the week, and using both in the context of a sentence.