It's that time of the year again! Happy Halloween, everyone!
Here's my first ever contribution and I hope your students would enjoy it as well. I made it mainly for my special needs class but I used the same idea for my first and second graders, too.
It's a simple powerpoint game wherein the students pick a number (1 to 10 or 20) and the tile fades out to show a part of the picture/gif hiding behind it. The picture is slowly revealed and the students guess what it could be. The student or group that gets it right will get a point (I sometimes use a die or point cards to give them points lol)
What I do for huge classes is divide them into groups and they decide the order through janken. They talk among themselves who their "leader" will be and what number they'll pick so the other groups won't get a chance to find out the answer. If a group wants to answer after only two tiles, and gets it wrong, they skip a turn.
I uploaded the flashcards too, with katakana reading for lower level students, which you can edit out if you prefer. The pictures were from BINGOBONGO Learning.
I got the idea from @KobeALT and revised it a little. Thank you for sharing your amazing contributions to us!