3D Star Wars & Snowmen

The new 3D version of Star Wars is out this weekend ( Jar Jar Binks is as annoying as ever but the 3D is great!) so it’s time for the game that my kids voted the best we ever did Β …. Star Wars Lightsabre Battle Game!

It’s a really cool game for learning Left & Right etc. and the kids love it, especially as the movie is now all over the cinemas. Β Well worth trying!

Plus if you happen to be in the Northern Hemisphere and are suffering with snow you might want to check out the Let’s build a snowman lesson (Gumby has just written up some great feedback in the VIP Forum)

May the Force be with you!

Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. When I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. Now I help teachers just like you teach amazing lessons and double your incomes!

7 Responses to “3D Star Wars & Snowmen”

  1. suzanne

    Happy Birthday, Richard!

    Wishing you many new opportunities and friendships this next year!

  2. Kobekid

    Yes the Star Wars Light Saber Battle is the ultimate GE game…. IF you can find the inflatable light sabers. Alas after years of searching on line and in shops around Japan I’ve yet to come across one. Anyone know where to get them?

  3. Julia

    Dear Richard!

    I’m glad to congratulate you on your birthday!

    I wish good fortune to you, to your GenkiEnglish brainchild and to all those people who became genki, thanks to you. Happy Birthday!

  4. Natalya

    Happy Birthday, Richard!
    May all your dreams come true!
    Thank you for all you do!

  5. Evi

    Happy Birthdayyy!!! I wish you continue to inspire us!
    Lots of love

  6. Gudrun

    I’m a bit late, but want to thank you for everything and wish you all the very best for your birthday, Richard, especially health and love!
    Happy belated Birthday!

  7. Christopher Glen

    It`s a good game, hugely popular with boys, less so with girls.

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