Kahoot Round-Up: Here We Go 6 (6th grade)

A series of kahoot quizzes for 6th graders that go with the Here We Go! textbook series. If you use New Horizon books, some of these might fall into 5th grade instead.

Back again with my final round-up for elementary school. These are a few of the quizzes I use for my 6th graders. These go with the Here We Go textbooks (same unit/content order as We Can! series), but can be adapted to other textbooks as well. If you want to use these quizzes, you will need to make a Kahoot account. You can edit these quizzes from your own account by sharing it to your own Kahoot account first and then editting it from there.

The ALT will need to host the quiz from their own Kahoot account & tablet via, and the students will join via their tablets from Students don't need an account to play a Kahoot quiz.

The ALT should read the word aloud to the student, and the student should then click/touch the correct picture/word. I usually play by the special rule of students have to repeat the word first before they can answer, that way they are listening and speaking a bit too. (It also adds an element of urgency too)

If students have a hard time joining the quiz, check that they are typing the game pin using 半角 (half-width numbers from the English keyboard) numbers and no space between numbers.

① Unit 2: Seasons & events practice

② Unit 2: Festivals around the world (to compare Japanese festivals to other countries)

③ Unit 3: What do you want to watch? (Olympic sports)

④ Unit 4: My summer vacation

⑤ Unit 5: Like/want/have/play

⑥ Unit 6: Around town (place names)

⑦  Unit 8: Jobs

⑧ Unit 9: Clubs & Subjects

Medium files (requires an account to download) -
  • How to play Kahoot.pdf (2.4 MB)
    1. barronator March 9, 2023

      Thanks for your work on this! A question for anyone: do other school systems intranet block Kahoot and other online teaching tools the way mine does? Has anyone found a way to overcome this?

    2. CheyLinn March 14, 2023

      Kahoot is usually not blocked at my schools, but the filter sometimes blocks Blooket (similar site). I have found that if you ask your BOE to request whoever is in charge of IT to allow a site for class and explain what it is, they might actually unblock it for you

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