Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Review the possessive adjectives my/your, his/her with this ppt game

It's a very easy game for young students to help them review/learn the possessive adjectives my/your and his/her. There are 10 slides with 2 possessives to choose from. If they make a mistake, an angry cloud appears and there's thunder and lightning. If they're right, they see a rainbow.

My-your-his-her.pptx

Monday, 15 September 2014

Questions game - Fruit Machine

 You will need flashcards to play this game. 
  It goes like this: a player presses the button "Fruit Machine" and gets a question. He reads it and chooses a flashcard (that has the answer to that question) from the several piles on the table (I use the flashcards for Fly High 1 and from the Boys and Girls game , but you can choose your own cards and change the questions correspondingly, as the game is editable).
   For example, if the question is "What is it?" he can take a card with a train and say "It's a train." 
  If the question has been read and answered correctly, the student gets a token (you can find them in the Boys and Girls game). If he makes a mistake , the person who can correct it, gets that token instead.

Here's the game:       Fruit Machine
  If you have no access to the Internet, you can write the questions on some slips of paper.

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Dustbin Games to Practise Question Words

Here are two games I've made for my elementary students to practise some of the question words.
  There are 4 dustbins with different questions on them. Students have to put the answers into the bins with the corresponding questions.


 Game 1 (Who is this? What's your name? How are you? How old are you?)
Game 2 (What colour? How many? What is it? What is your favourite toy?)