This chapter will first give the reader a grounded understanding of activities. After that, there are distinct sections, such as teacher-fronted activities, warm-up activities, and project-based learning. In each section, there is a rundown of what these kinds of activities are, followed by different activity suggestions that are very briefly described. Each of these should be considered in a way that might work in the reader’s setting. The purpose of this chapter is not to give detailed breakdowns of exactly how to deliver individual activities. It is to give the reader an understanding of what kinds of categories there are for activities, and examples of activities within these, that the reader could adapt for their own setting.