This is a fox. That is a hawk.
An activity that has students running around to give you the item you ask for while practicing "This is / That is" and "Here you are."
Writing activity to reinforce the target language being learned by the students. This is best used as a final activity if you have listening, speaking and reading activity prior to this activity.
Students race to make sentences using visual clues.
Get the students to practice asking 'What is that?' by drawing some wild art.
This is a pair work, information gap activity to practice "What is this?" and the difference between "It's a..." and "It's..."
Students create names for characters on the worksheet and then ask classmates, 'Who's this ~?' Then, students practice writing questions and answers.
A cool creepy looking quiz for practicing 'What's this?'
This is a speaking activity for the introduction and/or practice of the target sentence: "This/That is..."
Almost Mario Style Race and Summer Festival Quiz
An information gap activity where students ask their partner to work out the pictures on the worksheet.
Students use a memory card game to practice Demonstrative Pronouns (this/that).
This is a review activity, using questions learned in Eigo Noto prior to the "What's this?" lesson, in conjunction with the "What's this?" question.
Students wear "crowns" with picture/word flash cards on them and walk around trying to figure out what they are wearing.
A dialogue modeled by the ALT and HRT or JTE and then mimicked by the students
A two choice quiz game about famous people. Practices the third person 'be verb'
A quick activity useful for practicing simple questions and answers. I usually use it for 'What's this?'
Three variations. One quiz with three hints and random points, a second quiz with just silhouettes and a third quiz with people
A short activity for practicing simple be verb sentences
A group based point getting game. It works well as a write and race type activitiy.
Children play a simplified version of "I Spy" while reviewing colours.
The ALT and JTE "steal" items from the students' desks and the students must claim them using demonstrative pronouns.
"This is a - That is a" review using a fun card game.