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Small class size

This activity works best in small classes (under 10 students).

Some activities work better with a smaller group of students due to coordination or the materials required. Many games can be scaled down to a small class with some modification, but these activities are best suited for less than 10 students.

  • Who / What is this (that)? It's Pikachu!

    Silhouette game! Random characters and items.

  • Who is he/she 3 Hint Quiz

    She is Rapunzel. He is Shohei Ohtani. 3 Hint Quiz (Random characters)

  • Vocabulary Practice - School Subjects

    This is originally designed for my special needs class.

  • Am/is/are powerpoint game

    A simple powerpoint game for going over the diffrences between am/is/are.

  • Coloring Worksheet

    Made this for my special needs students. This can be use by ES students too.

  • Various Special Needs Card Games

    A handful of card games to play in special needs (or otherwise small-group) lessons!

  • Kirby Feelings Star Get

    Students practice expressing feelings while acquiring stars in this simple PowerPoint game

  • Draw My Dream Friend Game

    Speedy coloring and drawing game!

  • NH2 - U1 - Going to ~ pick your own adventure.

    Pick your own adventure ppt with the focus on "going to".

  • I like ~ (connect-four)

    Simple activity to practice the key sentence "I like~"

  • Back to School Maze

    Students have to "collect" the school supplies as they exit the maze.

  • Paper Mario Quiz Battle

    A review activity where two teams take turn answering questions, reducing their opponents health until they defeat the other team

  • Legend of Zelda Directions Maze

    Let students help you guide Link through an interactive maze, giving directions while trying to reach the top floor and save Zelda.

  • Commercial Project

    This is a long term project where students make a commercial for something in english.

  • Pronoun Playing Cards

    52 card deck with subject pronouns and possessive adjective pronouns

  • Story Book reading Project

    A multi-class length project for students to do a performative reading of an English Story book, with an emphasis on students emoting while using English.

  • Kingdom Battle - Review Game 🏯

    Students work in teams to claim prefectures across Japan while trying to protect their own.

  • Dots & Boxes ・・・■

    A classic pen-and-paper game where students must make a sentence/say a word to draw lines on a grid to make boxes. (The theme is heavily inspired by Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics)

  • Rock, scissors, paper : 1,2,3 game(s)

    Pairs or teams take turns to go from the start to the goal. Winners go forward one circle per win. Try to say the contents of the circle in English.

  • Every Powerpoint game I ever made, big and small!

    The best Powerpoint games I ever made all in one Drive for anyone to use at anytime.

  • Scene It Game (Winter Movies)

    Watch the video and answer questions!

  • Numbers over 10,000 minion game

    A game to practice saying numbers over 10,000 with a minion theme.

  • Personality Test *Timefiller Activity

    Fun adjective review for any grade!

  • Heads Up 7 Up Game *Explanation PPT

    American (?) classroom game use to fill time.

  • Price is Right *Amazon Japan Edition

    Learning to say numbers in the 100's!

  • picture description quiz questions

    students practice speaking by answering questions.

  • Minecraft sugoroku

    Minecraft-themed sugoroku game for reviewing frequency words and ordinal numbers with a special needs class

  • Jeopardy Review (TEMPLATE)

    A Jeopardy template you can use to add your own questions. Works best with JHS and above.

  • Do you~? Fruit basket

    Students practice speaking with the fruit basket game.

  • Speed Comparisons

    Speaking and listening activity that emphasizes quick thinking.

  • Valentine's Day Idiom Matching Game

    Match these common Valentine's Day-related idioms and phrases with their picture and definition.

  • Various Memory Cards

    Printable themed "memory" (shinki suijaku) cards for special needs and elemetary school.

  • Concentration Game / Matching Game - NHE6 Unit 8

    A game to help students memorize vocabulary and form a sentence. Target grammar point: I want to be a/an~

  • Eigo Ito Card Game

    This is a card game based on the Japanese game Ito. It involves ranking cards in order from smallest to largest based on different categories.

  • Unit 10 let's write a letter

    There are fake letters from celebrities and anime characters which the students can reply. They can write about their winter vacation or any school memories.

  • What Colour Is It?

    Elementary powerpoint activity to help students review their colours in English.

  • Don't get yes SN

    A never have I never kind of game

  • World Tour (I want to.../Do you want to...?)

    Intended to be a [I want to/Do you want to...?] review for my special needs JHS students. This could be used for 5th grade NEW HORIZONS Unit6 review as well.

  • Santa, Cookie, Elf, Candy, Present

    A rip off of the game "taco cat goat cheese pizza " but make it Christmas! Similar concept to Karuta and Slapjack. When there is a match between a card and a spoken word slap the card!

  • Shark Attack (Hangman Variant)

    A Hangman style powerpoint for elementary schoolers to help with learning letters of the alphabet, colors, and job titles.

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