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Introductory Games Toilet paper Human Bingo Dating Game The other Half Truth Shlubdub Coat of Arms
Verbal Games 20 questions Charades Ten Count Yes / No / Black / White Lawyer Game Line Up… Directional Games Treasure Hunt Scavenger Hunt Call me on the Cell
Writing Activities Dictionary Game Wacky Web Tales Dialogue Journal Following Instructions Limmericks Problem Solving
Performance Stories Simple Magic Karaoke
WEB 2 Voki Radbox.me Jeff Ertzberger Animoto Flipsnack Pearltrees
Lawyer GameTeacher asks a question, the child on the left of the child being asked, answers instead. Directional GamesPlace vocabulary words on the wall and the board and direct kids by shouting the vocabulary words / by shouting directions. NSEW Call me on my CellPretend you are calling the children on their actual cell numbers. Have a chat over “on the phone” Hold your fist to your ear. The other half truthEach person then tells the group two truths and a lie, not revealing which is false and which are true. The group decides which is false The person then tells them which was false ShlubdubbIf I say your name, you say an English word. If I say that English word, you say your name.
Shine a lightTeacher writes vocabulary words on the board. Two children are asked a question and the first child that shines a flashlight on the correct word wins. Play over and over again Last Letter – New WordStudents say words in consecutive order. The last letter of Student A’s word is the first letter of Student B’s word. e.g. Hat, Telephone, Egg, I went to the marketIn this traditional game, the first person recites, "I went to market and bought myself a XXX," (inserting an item of their choice.) The second person recites, "I went to market and bought myself a XXX and a YYY" (adding an item of their choice.) The game continues with each new person reciting the previous list before adding their choice of item. Three wise menThree wise men, each with a definition of a grammar rule or a definition of a word. Two answers are incorrect and one is the correct answer. Students must choose the correct answer. Hot & ColdInstructions: One pupil is 'It' and leaves the room.The other students decide on an item for It to locate - a book, a pencil or a vocab word. When It returns, everyone says "hot" or "cold" as he gets closer or farther from the item until he locates it. See who can find his item fastest.