Would you rather & Don't Say it Back to School Games [ clone ]
Back to School themed games for the classroom. Would you rather Game (15 questions) & Don't Say It! (20 slides)
Both in Powerpoint Slideshow format for use on the interactive whiteboard.
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Would you rather?
This Would You Rather? game is an ideal movement break for the classroom. Students move from one side of the class to the other depending on their answer to the question. You can choose 2 or 3 questions at time in between lessons.
A fun game that works for all age levels from infants, right up to 6th class. A great resource to have handy for subbing or when on school placement if you find you have an extra few minutes in the middle of the day.
Would you rather can be used so many ways in the classroom including for debates, persuasive writing, class discussions or even to graph the results.
Don't Say it!
This oral language game is a great filler activity or brain break for the classroom. It is especially useful over the first few days of school when you are getting to know the new class and are trying to estimate how long activities will take, always a good one to pull out if you end up having a spare 10 minutes.
This game is a whole class version of the Don't Say It! cards that are also available in my store. For the game a student is chosen to stand with their back to the interactive board, when they have done this the teacher can show one of the slides to the rest of the class. The class take it in turns to give the student hints about what is on the board. The students can't say what the picture is and they can't say any of the words related to it mentioned on the board. The student then has to try and guess the picture in as few tries as possible.
This slideshow does not have to be used as a game all in one go, but rather a couple of slides here an there as you feel your students need a brain break or you have a spare few minutes between activities.
As an extension, if you have the back to school don't say it cards as well, why not use them as a station activity in English lessons. Not only do they work on a child's oral language skills but also their ability to use descriptive words and think outside the box.
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