Requires the teacher to print out the activity on paper.

  • Similar Sounds Game

    A warm-up activity to practice listening and pronunciation.

  • My Summer Vacation Postcard

    Students reflect on their summer vacation and create a postcard to "send" to the teacher about what they did.

  • Hidden Message

    Students complete a worksheet to find a hidden message at the end.

  • Have you...? Talking with an exchange student

    Students roleplay introducing a foreign exchange student to their school. They ask and answer questions using "Have you / Have you ever" and "I have been / I have(n't).

  • Who/What/When/Where/How

    A lesson to review the various 'Wh' words including 'How'.

  • Pokemon Maps - Oh no Kabigon!

    Students practice giving directions in pokemon themed maps with Kabigon (Snorlax) blocking paths.

  • How are you? Sugoroku

    Play a Super Smash Bro sugoroku (board game) while practicing How are you? and feelings.

  • Alphabet Pyramid

    A good activity to practice alphabet or phonics.

  • Can you play Bingo

    Class activity

  • Stick Figure Races and Writing

    A jankan based pattern practice for the general infinitive, small talk and follow up writing.

  • New Horizon 6 Final Writing Worksheet

    This worksheet is a two-page document that's meant to be printed on both sides.

  • Easter Egg Shapes

    Practice or review shapes through easter eggs!

  • Conversation Puzzle

    In groups, students rearrange sentences to make a conversation. The first team to finish wins!

  • Dream Schedule Worksheet

    Feel free to use this when practicing and reviewing the subjects plus the target sentence, "I have (6 subjects) on (day)."

  • English Board Game- Special Needs/Grade 1 Unit 1-2

    A board game focusing on Unit 1-2 key sentences and greetings. Great for special needs.

  • Color Bingo

    Students color in the bingo squares per their liking and the teacher randomly picks/draws colors.

  • "" Who are these people?!

    Simple half-worksheet - Students complete sentences for "It is easy/hard/fun/important for me to ______" and the teacher reads them, students guess who wrote it.

  • Jobs and Professions flashcards

    Some are very specific but they are all what my students want to be.

  • How long~?

    To practice the grammar expression for the Unit.

  • 3-Hint Quiz It's (important) for me to~

    A guessing game activity that challenges 3rd grade students' ability to listen, comprehend and eventually guess who among their classmates is being described

  • Hello! My name is ~

    Creating your own Lego person! Use at the beginning of the year during introductions!

  • NHE5 Unit 4: Who is this? Game

    NHE5U4: Using the "they can" grammar point, students have to figure out which character the teacher is talking about.

  • Interview Bingo (What's your hobby?)

    This uses the New Crown 2 grammar and vocabulary from page 43's drill section. This can be edited to make the sentences more complicated and to include different hobbies from the ones listed.

  • Comic writing!

    Students use their creative writing skills to add dialogue to a comic and make their own stories!

  • Paper Debate

    Introduce students to the concept of refuting each other's points with a simple debate format.

  • Zombie Apocalypse!

    Students debate or make a speech about how to protect their town from a zombie apocalypse!

  • What have you been into recently/for a long time?

    This is a writing activity that brings out 3rd grade students' ability to express themselves through writing. You'll be surprised that they could actually write and love to express themselves!

  • Bingo (with variations)

    Goes with questions that have Yes/No answers (Do you?/ Are you?/ Can you?/ Will you?/ Did you?/ Have you?) Matching answers (three or more) - 1 bingo. The student with highest bingo count wins.

  • I want ____ to...

    Short writing exercise - practices the infinitive grammar "I want (person) to...." and "(person) wants (person) to..."/

  • This makes me feel... (blursed images)

    Reaction activity with students, practicing the grammar point: (object) makes me feel (adj.)

  • Let’s make a Haiku

    Worksheet to make a haiku.

  • I want to go to 国 to するために

    Short writing practice based practicing the infinitive grammar point outlined on p37 of New Horizon 2.

  • About You! Worksheet

    This is a template worksheet for creating an All About Me poster for grade 1 PG.54.

  • Dobble (shapes, colours, common words)

    A version of the Dobble or Spot It! game for ES students. A speed-based game to practice vocabulary. It is good for warm-ups or during extra time at the end of class. 3-5 players.

  • Guess Who!

    The classic Guess Who! game (with just printouts) to practice "do you have" and "are you" questions.

  • "I think that..." worksheet

    Students complete a worksheet practicing the I think that pattern in Unit 2 of the New Horizon textbook.

  • Stationery GO FISH card game

    Meant to review "Do you have ___?" statements and Unit 5 from Let's Try! 2 ("Do you have a pen?"). This is a printable GO FISH game with some Uno elements that make it more fun. Good for groups of 4.

  • Are you~? Do you~? Tictactoe

    Students ask questions using Are you? and Do you? to play Tictactoe.

  • How do you~?

    Super simple worksheet to get students to practice questions.

  • Where do you have English today?

    Students fill in the missig information by completing the conversation using where and when.

  • Top 5 activities

  • A bunch of Questions for Quizzes

    Questions lists focused on various grammar points

  • Gehn's Labyrinth

    Directions game with physical maps.

  • Battle for Japan

    A write and race game based on the Senkoku Jidai quiz game found on the Englipedia site.

  • ALMOST MARIO KART Powerpoint Game

    The students work together in teams to answer the teachers questions in fun class race.

  • Uno Like Card Games

    A speaking activity based on the Uno Card Game. The same deck can also be used to play Go Fish

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