Because love should be the strength that moves us when teaching our students. And because sharing keeps us moving to reach them... Here you can find ressources I make for teaching English, mainly to children.

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Nov 08

Here is a very easy and attractive activity to teach the days of the week. Students have to cut the days of the week from the 2nd page and paste them in the caterpillar in the right order. Then they colour it as they want. A nice way to motivate the students is to hang their caterpillars on the classroom's wall.

 

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Nov 08

A worksheet with the main questions and answers to introduce yourself and greet other people. On the 2nd page, students have to write a text introducing themselves, using the 1st page as a model. There is a coloured version and a black and white one.

 

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published by Kita às 19:58

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Nov 08

A worksheet for 1st Grades to match numbers and shapes.

The students should trace the shapes and colour the numbers and their corresponding shape with the same colour.

 

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Pictures that can be useful to work with the story Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, by Bill Martin, Jr. and Eric Carle. Pictures are from Kizclub and have .pdf extension (you need Acrobat Reader to download them). 

 

Black & White pictures

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Coloured pictures

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published by Kita às 20:38

A sheet which includes some symbols of Thanksgiving, a song, a rhyme, a brief history and a space for fun (a maze and a picture for colouring).

 

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Nov 08

Some rhymes you can use to write Valentines with your students on St. Valentine's Day.

 

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A worksheet on Present and Past Continuous.

 

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published by Kita às 21:03

An activity to do after telling the story Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, by Bill Martin, Jr. and Eric Carle. Instructions are included on page 6. Briefly, the students have to organise the animals according to the story and then stick them in the squares, coloring them according to their colour in the story. This story is good for introducing colours and/or animals.

 

If you want to hear the author reading the story, click on this link (there are different versions from the story - the version in the link has a "teacher", but my book has a "monkey" instead). There is also a good song to learn with this story. Version 1 (with children singing and making gestures); Version 2 (different tune, with an adult as a model).

 

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Nov 08

A cover for the English Portfolio.

Students colour the picture and write their name and grade under it.

 

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Nov 08

A PowerPoint-Presentation to teach some parts of the body.

You can present the vocabulary and on a second view, you can show the picture of the body part and elicit the word to see how much the students remember.

 

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