We had another great week teaching the 6-7 year old class at school. We played some games ("Tim" says, instead of Simon says, "I Spy," but we renamed it "Show Me," and so on). This week we may introduce the alphabet.
However upon our second week, we realized that there were some key phrases we needed to learn to be more effective in the class. Most of these are simple phrases, which makes us wonder why we don't know them already:
"Leave the ladybug alone."
"Push/pull your chairs back/forward."
"Stand in a straight line."
"Don't use your cell phone." (We actually know how to say this, but are still in complete shock 6 year olds were using them. More power to them!)
Any ideas of some fun and simple English teaching games?