Since summer is (almost) upon us here in Japan, I thought I would start to share some of my fun summer activities for very little kids.
This was originally developed for Kindergarten aged students, in small private classes, but with a bit of foresight (and talking to the home room teacher, of course, to approve it!) it could work really well for your ALT classes, too, especially Kindergarten if you can have the majority of the lesson outside.
Continue reading “Pipe Cleaner Bubble Wands”
True or false games, or “Maru-Batsu” games, are really, really popular group games in Japanese schools.
Since the students already know how to play, these make great additions to your lessons as assessments for comprehension.
〇 “Maru” (circle) is if its true
✕ “Batsu” (X) is if its false
Students often hold their arms up making a circle or cross their arms as an X for their answer. This is where those emoji come from! Continue reading “Maru-Batsu 〇✕ Games”