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Welcome to
Tay's Teaching Toolkit

Providing free, high-quality, PowerPoint & Google Slides games for language classes AS WELL AS POWERPOINT design tips & TUTORIALS

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Latest Updates

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A new spin on the classic Four Corners game. Lucky students will find golden rings for points. However, those who are not so lucky will run into Sonic's ultimate foe, Dr. Eggman, and battle it out in order to stay in the game!

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In their teams of hidden ninja villages, students battle against the teacher and each other in this Battleship-like game based in the world of Naruto! See which ninja village will come out on top in this ultimate battle royale!

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Bet On It 2.0 Title Slide.jpeg

Updated the game design and
added sound effects.

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Catch the Sentence 2.0 Title Slide.jpeg

Updated the game design and
added sound effects.

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Pokemon Knowledge Quest Title Screen.jpg

Changed half the Magikarp into
"shiny" Magikarp that allows a team to change points with another team.

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Battleship Title Slide.JPG

Made the missile launch sound effects on the main game slide shorter.

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About tay's teaching toolkit

Who are you? Hi! My name is Tayler, I’m a graphic designer-turned ESL/EFL teacher, and I’m the designer of all the games featured on this website. I utilize my expertise in both design and teaching to bring you high-quality, effective PowerPoint and Google Slides games to use in your own classroom.


Why this website? Sharing my games started as a way to give back to the EFL teaching community in South Korea that helped me so much during my start as an EFL teacher there. Then, as I saw the response to the materials I provided, I saw an opportunity to reach an even bigger community of foreign language educators.


What is it? This website is meant to be a resource for teachers to download free, easily-editable, high-quality games for their lessons. These games also require little prep work. For most of my games, all you have to do is edit them with the vocabulary or target language from your own classes and the games are ready to play! I also provide PowerPoint design tips and tutorials through my Tay's Tips blog.


For free?! You might ask, why am I offering these games for free? Mainly because while the designs of the games I take full credit for, I do not own the rights to most of the game images, sound effects, and fonts I use. These templates and games are unofficial and designed for personal use only. However, if you enjoy my games, find them helpful for your classes, and would like to show your appreciation, feel free to visit the Say Thanks ๐Ÿ’› page on my website. Thank you for visiting as well as your continued support, enjoy!

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