The “Have You Ever Game” is a great way to kick-start your class because it can really get your students moving. As you make “have you ever” questions, students pick the side of the room based on their answer.
Roll the dice, make a question and keep track of points. Practice who, what, when, where, why and have you ever questions based on the dice roll.
Charades for kids is an extremely interactive activity where they act out certain gestures or activities. For example, kids can act out riding a horse or fishing in a boat.
Put yourself in the shoes of a celebrity for a day and answer interview questions like a celebrity. We’ve built a celebrity interview worksheet to smooth the dialogue for questions and answers.
In this pairs activity, students practice giving maze directions. While one student closes their eyes with a pencil in hand, the other student gives directions out of the maze.
In pairs, players take turns writing X and O in these blank and printable tic tac toe sheets. The purpose of tic-tac-toe is to get 3 in a row in the vertical, horizontal and diagonal directions.
In this following directions worksheet, one student wears a blindfold so they can’t see anything. Students in class help the blindfolded student around an obstacle course.
In this job interview practice worksheet, it’s the unexpected job interview that registers at all levels. For example, why would you like to have this job?
In the satisfaction game worksheet, students explore emotions. For example, what makes you happy? What makes you angry?