Students review first year grammar points by playing Janken and finding their horoscopes.
Students interview each other, asking questions using the question word 'which'. They ask three questions to each student and record the answers they receive.
A fun board game where students practice all the possessives in groups or pairs.
Basic info gap activity for basic prepositions of location.
This is a review game for lesson 5 New Crown 1
For practicing 'I know him' and 'I don't know them'
"What do you want for your birthday?" Memory Game
Play random sounds and have students in groups guess what they are.
An Almost Mario Kart style activity for Halloween
A short reading comprehension activity about Ichiro.
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.
Students pretend they are going through immigration in the U.S.
A bright and colorful board game focused on getting students to converse in English.
Students try to make pairs with a standard deck of cards by answering the question "What do you want?"
This activity is a question/answer review that reviews the following question words: when, where, who, whose, what, how and which.
Blindfolded kids are guided by their teammates through a map to find a place. This game uses the directions: right, left, up, down, back and stop.
A basic boardgame to practice making questions
Three activities to practice where or when with simple verbs
Chain game to practice possessive pronouns
A powerpoint quiz to practice possessive pronouns
Good and easy speaking practice idea for students to work together to find out the locations of the items in their school.
Students create names for characters on the worksheet and then ask classmates, 'Who's this ~?' Then, students practice writing questions and answers.
Students test their knowledge of Japan's prefectures, minus Okinawa, and then practice asking about the location of the prefectures they don't know.
A cool creepy looking quiz for practicing 'What's this?'
Short Pair Game
Students must answer the questions wrong (but grammatically correct) to win!
This is an information gap exercise where pairs of students ask each other the question, "Where is....?"
Which do you like better? Do you like it the best of all ~?
Students try to guess which character their partner has chosen.
A dialogue modeled by the ALT and HRT or JTE and then mimicked by the students
Three variations. One quiz with three hints and random points, a second quiz with just silhouettes and a third quiz with people
A short activity for practicing simple be verb sentences
Students interview each other using "Who is he/she?" questions.
Students try to get a bingo while practicing, "Which do you like, ____ or ____?"
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.
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'
These are write and race type activities. The groups compete to answer the questions the ALT or teacher gives them.
Hoshi means want in Japanese. This is a relay game that has students asking and answering the question, "Which do you want, A or B?"
Students practice "whose" by mixing up their classroom possessions and trying to find the original owner.