Happy Everyday English

Unit 4: Parts of the face is now ready to download!

Richard Griffith

Hey there!

Unit 4: Parts of the Face is now ready to download!

Students will learn many different parts of the face in this unit.

Along with the usual games and practice activities, there are also several unique activities featured in this unit.

  1. Make a Face: Students can build funny faces by choosing from many different eyes, noses, and mouths. Craft some funny and unique faces together!

  2. Clown Coloring. In this activity, students will color the different parts of a clown’s face. They can either color the clown based on what the teacher tells them or they can color it based on their liking and then talk about it.

  3. Remember the face: Students are shown a funny face and they must remember the details and then remake that face.

  4. Who Am I? Students are shown three randomly colored clown faces. The teacher must secretly choose a clown and then describe it slowly. Students should then identify which clown the teacher is describing.

  5. Circle the Nose: Start by choosing a family member or animal that’s already been featured in units 1 and 3. Then, name a part of the face (if applicable) and the students should color it. You can also task your students with finding the correct picture and circling it with a specific color.

You may download the unit 4 content here.

Now, I have my eyes set on Unit 5: Verbs! This will be coming out May 6th. If you’d like to get an update for when unit 5 is released, you can follow me on Twitter @GriffyHEE.

Wellllll, that’s all for today! Thanks for your support everyone. Bye bye!

HEE Creator


Unit 3: Family is now ready to download

Richard Griffith

Great news!

Unit 3: Family is now ready to download!

In this unit, students will learn how to talk about family members.

Along with the usual games and practice activities, there are also two unique activities to this unit:

  1. Family member animal likes/dislikes. In this activity, the teacher will tell the students about a family member and what animals he/she likes and doesn’t like. Students should match the pictures with what the teacher says. This allows students to naturally review the animal vocabulary from unit 1.

  2. Hair Coloring. Students are presented with four family members (brother, sister, father, and mother), but look! Their hair is white! At the bottom of the screen, students can touch a color and then one of the family members to change their hair to that color. You can describe a family member and their hair to the students and have them color the hair accordingly. This allows students to naturally review the color vocabulary from unit 2.

Currently, the IWB lesson and family flashcards are ready to download here.

I am currently working on unit 4. Unit 4 will be themed around the parts of the face. It will be available to download on April 19th 2019! However, if you’d like to download it early, you can do that by becoming a patron on Patreon. Click here to check out my Patreon page.

And that’s all for now! Let me know what you think about unit 3 in the comments below and if you have any suggestions for the themes of upcoming units, let me know below as well.

I look forward to hearing from you.

HEE Creator


Big Announcement! HEE Curriculum is now live!

Richard Griffith


It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated this blog but I have been hard at work preparing a big surprise!

That surprise?

The Happy Everyday English curriculum is now live!

The key vocabulary for unit 1: Animals.

The key vocabulary for unit 1: Animals.

About the curriculum:

  • It’s free and packed to the brim with content!

  • This is a speaking first curriculum Students don’t need to know how to read to use this!

  • Designed with Interactive whiteboards in mind.

  • Units are created with specific themes in mind. The two units available now at launch are Animals and Colors.

  • Units contain a variety of different activities and games. Generally around 20 per unit.

  • Like the IWB games featured on this site, the content within is completely controlled by the teacher.

  • Can practice keywords with pictures and/or words. Even switch mid-game!

  • Flashcards available for download as well. You can also use these in conjunction with the other games available here at Happy Everyday English.

  • New units will be released bi-weekly. The next unit to be released will be Unit 3: Family. This unit will be released on 4/5/2019. If you’d like to get this and all other units earlier, check out my Patreon here for more information.

  • Tutorials, lesson plans, and tutorial videos coming soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooon.

It’s been an absolute blast preparing these units. You can check them out here.

I’m currently at hard at work preparing the incoming units. It’s an exciting time for me and I hope that you and your students enjoy these lessons. My students absolutely love them. Please let me know what you think in the comments. I look forward to hearing from you! :D

Griffy~creator of Happy Everyday English

Happy Holidays!

Richard Griffith

Season’s greetings! I’d like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday season from Happy Everyday English!

I would also like to issue an extra, extra, extra JiaYou to all of you glorious ESL teachers working on your preferred holiday here in China and elsewhere. You’re all legends! <3

See you around in the New Year everybody. ^^

Download a free, timed demo of Castle Wreckers now!

Richard Griffith

Welcome! I’m pleased to share with you a link to a timed demo of the Happy Everyday English game, Castle Wreckers.

Get ready!

This is a game that has two teams in your class, represented by the adorable cat and dog knights, as they answer your questions for the opportunity to destroy the other team’s castle. Reduce the opposing team’s castle to rubble for victory.

Click here to download.

Note that, after a short period of time in use, the screen will fade and the game will no longer be playable. I hope that this short demo can give everyone a clearer idea of what to expect from my content.

If you are curious about how to play Castle Wreckers you can check out my tutorial video on Youtube by clicking this link.

If you have questions, comments, or just want more info, please post below.

Thanks everybody! Have a happy everday! Bye-bye!

~Griffy @GriffyHEE

HEE is on twitter!

Richard Griffith

That’s right! Happy Everyday English is now on Twitter.

Follow me at @GriffyHEE to get sneak peaks, announcements, and other news on the latest from HEE.

I would also appreciate the follows and retweets ^^;; With your help we can make this grow and grow!

And so it begins! Happy Everyday English is here!

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Updated: 12/2/2018: My website is now live! Payment through Paypal can now be accepted ^_^

Hello and thank you for checking out Happy Everyday English! I’m Griffy, the creator!

Wow, this has been a long time coming. I’m stoked that the time has finally arrived.

This has been a personal passion project for nearly two years now and I’m proud to have finished uploading my first eight games. Your students will love these interactive whiteboard games.

I’m so stoked, but this isn’t where my journey ends. Oh, no, no, no.

This is just the beginning!

I’ll be regularly releasing new content each month. The content will include:

  • high quality games for the IWB,

  • affordable IWB curriculum for young learners with a VAST amount of games,

  • fun interactive stories,

  • teacher training videos,

  • and a lot more!

You can subscribe to the Happy Everyday English newsletter to stay up-to-date on everything that’ll be releasing. Don’t miss a thing! Subscribe now!

Also, please follow me on social media and youtube!

Thank you for your support. I greatly appreciate all of the love, support, and encouragement. Thanks everybody!

Oh! And one more thing.

Have a happy everyday.