Boom Chicka Boom


This is a camp style game that is great for warming up the voice and developing accents.

How Do I Play It?

It is call and response so the teacher calls out each line and then the students repeat back.

  • "I said a Boom"
  • "I said a Boom Chicka Boom"
  • "I said a Boom Chicka Rocka Chicka Rocka Chicka Boom"
  • "Uh huh"
  • "Oh yeah"
  • "One more time"


Have a few different styles up your sleeve. e.g. accents, emotions etc.


You can nominate a particular style, play with the dynamics and even get students to lead.

Small Groups, Whole Group
Medium (5 - 10 mins)
Character, Spontaneity, Voice
Games could be a beginning starter, an introducing step during a workshop or as an end plenary. They are a platform for further development and are never meant to be the whole session on their own.

The nature of drama games is that they are shared, adapted and extended. The original author is not so important as the shared practice. You’ll find games on the site that you’ve seen before, called something different or that you even use in your own teaching toolkit.

We hope that among the known games are ideas of how to refresh old ones as well as new games to use.