Days of the Week March. You'll need a fairly long classroom with space for everyone to march up and down (or space outside). T stands at one end of the room against the left wall. Line the Ss up along side T and T says "Go!". As you all march together, T starts calling out the days in order ("Monday", "Tuesday", etc.). Ss repeat each day (T:"Monday" Ss:"Monday"). March along at a slow pace, but smartly (backs straight, arms swinging). At certain points T suddenly shouts "Stop!". Everyone must stop and be EXACTLY in line with the T. If someone is out of line order them back in line and then continue marching where you left off. Turn around each time you reach the end of the room and continue the march. Once finished start again, but this time walk briskly. You can do it the final time running! This is even more fun when there are tables, etc, in the room that the Ss need to climb over/under. After a few lessons you shouldn't have to chorus the words - just get the students to chant together as they march.
Days of the Week Lesson Plan. We also have a FREE lesson plan on the days of the week which includes games and activities as well as other lesson materials.