Description: The activity doesn't require any preparation or materials from the teacher. Just remember it and go!
A game that focuses on heavy repetition of May I and answers. Students work to find the liar amongst the opposing team.
This game is exactly like the 'Red light, green light' game. Students practice asking the time and listening to the ALT count while trying to make it across the room.
After saying their own number, students decide on, and call out the next number.
Students race to answer questions in hopes of sitting down before their friends.
The ALT says a number and the students must jump that many times.
Students ask the ALT questions using 'did' questions: "Did you eat breakfast yesterday?" Points are recieved for 'yes' responses.
Get students predicting and practicing "you have" in this rhythmical one-on-one game.
Students form numbered groups based upon the number they are given.
Students answer questions to force their classmates to sit down or stand up.
Practice feelings with a red light green light styled game
Students work in pair teams; one blindfolded while the other issues commands to move around the room and avoid getting caught by the Oni (Devil) team.
Make public speaking and introductions fun.
Students have to try to guess a number from within a set range. The less guesses, the more the points.
Students race to be the fastest to touch the body part explained by the ALT.
Children play a simplified version of "I Spy" while reviewing colours.
While singing along to the Bingo song, students sing the English vowels and practice giving their self-introductions.
Students race to recall alphabet letters randomly written on the chalkboard.
Students form letters of the alphabet using their bodies.
This is a simple game that practices 'whose' and borrowing the students' pens.
A timer is started and students race to write words on the chalkboard and not to be the student holding the chalk when the timer sounds.