“Oh, Don’t Pull Out My Teeth” Game!

Here’s another game from Mido Farid, just in case your kids are wanting something a little gruesome this month!

Do you remember the game oh my hair? I got this idea from it

1. Divide the students into two teams.

2. Draw two heads on the board.

3. Draw a big mouth for each head.

4. Draw some teeth inside each mouth.

5. After asking the first student from each team a question the quickest one can remove one tooth from the loser’s mouth!

6. Keep playing till one team loses all the teeth!
What do you think of it? – Mido

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9 Responses to ““Oh, Don’t Pull Out My Teeth” Game!”

  1. Margit

    I think we should put all these games from you on one thread in the Forum!

    I played the house building game last week.
    I didn’t do review or practice of conversation patterns, but I used it for a presentation.
    Each kid is doing a different personal presentation. Pretty long. And usually after each sentence the stop and wonder what was coming next.
    So I used this game.
    They said one sentence each and if it wass correct they could start building a house.
    It worked wonders, proving that remembering hasn’t to do with being good or not, but that it’s a lot of psychology.

    Thanks again.

  2. Tere Domínguez

    este juego sera grandioso para este mes lo aremos con varios personajes, Gracias

  3. Nathalie

    Looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for the idea!
    I did something similar with a flashcard of a ghost that, if the answer was wrong, had to go one step back to the graveyard. If the answer was correct, it could go one step closer to the house (to haunt it).
    That was fun too!

  4. mido farid

    hi all my dear teachers
    what do you think of my ideas
    hope all of you like them
    have fun

  5. Carol

    Cool idea!! The variations are all great too! Thanks for the games

  6. mido

    hi teachers
    i hope any one read my games leave a comment
    coz i still have lots of ideas im going to send them to genkienglish
    hope to hear from u soon

  7. tung

    wonderful game! I used oh my hair game in my class and student liked it alot.thanks

  8. Jill Patten

    You could do this with the game Crocodile Dentist where the losing team has to push down a tooth.

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