Top Teaching Ideas for Easter!

I hope you’re planning on spending Easter somewhere nice.

The topic of today’s post, what are your top teaching ideas for Easter?

Here are mine:

1. Β Easter Egg Hunt Song & LessonΒ Β –Β particularlyΒ the picture book is a big hit!

2. Chocolate Monster Game – my favourite!

3. Easter Spot the Difference game.

Mido’s Super Egg gameΒ and Happy Bunny Games areΒ also really popular.


So, what are you top teaching ideas for Easter? Β Do let us know in the comments!

Be genki,


P.S. Β I’ve just re-written last week’s post onΒ How to teach classes of different levelsΒ – hopefully it’s a bit easier to read now! πŸ™‚

P.P.S. Β Thanks to everyone on Skype yesterday – and sorry to everyone who couldn’t get on. Β It was great and I’ve written aΒ wrap up post on the forum, we’d love to see you over there! πŸ™‚

Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. And 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. So I'm sharing it all with you now...

2 Responses to “Top Teaching Ideas for Easter!”

  1. Margit

    Make the spot the difference really exciting:

    I split the kids into two groups and tell them (with huge eyes) that I am going to show them one picture for ONLY 2 seconds. Each group a different one. Then I’ll change the pictures and show the other one again for only 2 seconds. (Lot’s of disbelieve and HEEEEEs)
    And I of course tell them they have to see what they notice raise their hand and tell me in English.

    I did this with my 6-8 classes and it was amazing to see the excitement in their eyes and especially the shy kids just raising their hand as a reaction, even forgetting that they usually never raise the hand.

    Richard, it was sooooo great that I would love to ask you to create some more “spot the difference GE pics”. I’m using pictures a lot recently and it is amazing how well they work for in-and out put. But a “spot the difference” makes it all even much more exciting.

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