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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Mar 09

A worksheet with two tasks:

First the students have to solve the code to find out who the pictures belong to (what family members are they). Second, they have to solve the crossword puzzle. They can colour the pictures at the end of the tasks.

 

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29
Mar 09

This is a listening exercise on age. Give a copy of the worksheet and four numbers. The students should stick the numbers in the right square, according to what they hear. I included the four numbers in black and white (if you want your students to colour them afterwards) and already coloured.

 

I will make the mp3 file of this exercise here available as soon as possible. However, you can also do this listening exercise without the file - you can tell the ages yourself. As an example: "Hi. I'm Sarah. I'm 6." (this is the kind of language in the audio file).

 

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28
Mar 09

A picture dictionary on the alphabet. The phonetic transcription is under each letter.

 

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20
Mar 09

A autumn/fall picture with a scarecrow for students to colour.

 

 

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13
Mar 09

A worksheet I created to exercise my students on the written form of colours. First they have to find the words in the wordsearch (they have to recognize a colour when they see it written). You can tell them to colour the word with its colour (e.g. if they find "RED", they should mark it with a red crayon).

 

The second exercise is a crossword puzzle. At this stage, they should remember the written word to be able to make the crosswords. If they are still insecure, they can always look at the exercise above to guide them.

 

The last exercise is only about telling the students' favourite colour. You can practice this orally first and then they must write it. They have two children to guide them in the answer.

 

I think this is a good way to exercise the written form of colours, because it's funny for them, they enjoy solving this kind of puzzles and so they become more motivated and learn better!

 

Colours included: blue, yellow, brown, orange, green, black, red, white, purple, pink and grey (both in the wordsearch and in the crossword puzzle).

 

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12
Mar 09

I've found some useful links to Easter related activities to do with our students:

 

Classrom Games and Activities for Easter, by ESL KidStuff.

 

  

Easter Crafts, Decorating Easter Eggs, etc, by AllFreeCrafts.

 

easter egg tree craft 

Easter Activities for Children, by DLTK. 

 

 

Easter flashcards, a great printable game, coloring pages, etc., from Mes-English.

 

An Easter Craft with a bunny and an egg, from Views from the Whiteboard.


10
Mar 09

A crossword puzzle to reinforce the written form of some body parts. The answer key is included on the 2nd page.

 

Body parts included: head, shoulders, knees, toes, eyes, ears, mouth, nose, legs, arms, feet, hands, fingers, hair.

 

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07
Mar 09

A picture of a tree with falling leaves you can use for introducing the season to your students. You can also use it to make a wall-display: give each student a leaf and instruct them to write a word related to that season. Then each student can stick his/her leaf on the tree.

 

If you want your students to colour the leaf, simply take away the coloured leafs (the file is editable) and give them a black and white leaf.

 

 

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03
Mar 09

A funny poem written by Holly Karapetkova, which can be hung in the classroom. Students can be encouraged to say the poem or just some phrases at the end of the lesson.

 

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