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.

  • Mystery Christmas

    Inspired by nachonaz's Mystery Animal

  • TRIVIA (Research activity)

    Superlatives Quiz!

  • Olympic Skating Race Game

    A powerpoint race game made for small 6th grade classes

  • Adjective Cards

    Small cards featuring 56 different adjective words

  • What do you like? (Let's Try 1)

    You can use this power point presentation to discuss "what do you like" in 3rd or 4th grade

  • Hearthclone - a Conditional Card Game

    For 2-6 players (per printout). Players read instruction rules on cards and execute their function.

  • Color Game (What color am I)

    This power point presentation can be used as a review for colors topic in grade 3/4

  • Do you???

    Simple interview and writing activity

  • Don't Be Careful! KARUTA

    Karuta game for ichinensei/imperatives using signs

  • I want to be a ~ Janken Game

    Practice job vocabulary and play Janken

  • What do you want to do? DRILL

    Speaking focus! 💛

  • Are you a soccer fan?

    A simplified battleship-style game.

  • I have been living in Tokyo since last year.

    An easy board game that can be played in pairs or small groups.

  • Professional Go Fish

    The standard card game, adapted for "I want to be a ________" from Junior Sunshine 6, Chapter 8.

  • How's the weather today?

    Board game designed to be placed on an English board or used as an activity for students during the lesson.

  • Mystery animal!

    ~~~ooOooOOh~~~ (●ↀωↀ●)

  • Minecraft Vocab

    A Minecraft style hangman game, with less death and more explosions

  • Flags of the World Tour board game

    A flexible board game for practicing country names and travel-related grammar

  • We have (sport) cards!

    Students find others that have the same sports cards as them

  • Say Something A.K.A. 2 line game

    A warm-up activity where kids line up in 2 long lines. No materials needed. they race each other to say who can say a word faster.

  • Spot the Dog

    I used to use this for practicing Up, Down, Left and Right

  • Hero Quest Review Game

    This is a powerpoint game that can be used for quiz games, write and race or row feud quizzes.

  • General Knowledge (Amazing Review)

    This general knowledge quiz reviews Grade 2 grammar points learnt thus far and some of these questions, just wow.

  • General knowledge quizzes!!

    Fun warm up! Get the juices flowing! ENJOY!

  • NC Let's Talk 4 - HOW MUCH IS IT? UK Edition

    Money Money Money ~ Must be funny ~ In a rich man's world!

  • 3 hint quiz - LET'S WARM UP!

    Enjoy testing the students critical thinking with these 3 hint questions!

  • Which do you like? TEACHER and ALT QUIZ

    Do your students know you? FIND OUT!

  • Australia - an Introduction

    Learn about Australia!

  • Brazil

    Introduction into Brazil

  • The UK - an introduction

    Introducing the UK to the students

  • Quick 'n' Easy Bingo Cards

    5x5 bingo cards for the alphabet.

  • Monkey Time

    Teaches the hours (eg. one o'clock, two o'clock, etc.) and review numbers.

  • World Weird Festivals

    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.

  • Doctor Dodgeball

    Students play Japanese dodgeball in a civil manner by destroying each other with polite words.

  • Random Superheroes

    Students practice "can" grammar by making amusing randomly generated superheroes.

  • Tsum Tsum My Summer Vacation

    Materials for Elementary School 'You Can' My Summer Vacation Lesson

  • Totally Awesome Subjects and Days Game

    This uses a 5 x 5 game to practice days and subjects

  • Portrait (Funny Drawing Activity)

    This activity can be used as a practice for "How many ~?" lesson. Students have a good laugh at their final outputs. Activity can be done by pair or small groups.

  • Jake's Snakes and Ladders

    This a simple Snakes and Ladders game I made for one of my special needs classes.

  • Karuta

    A game in which the teacher says a word or phrase and students race to slap the correct card.

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