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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Abr 10

With this activity you can practice some Spring vocabulary in a funny way. The students have a flower with only half petals with pictures you have previously taught. At the bottom of the page, they have the words. The aim is to cut the halves and stick them above next to the corresponding picture. This way, they will have a complete flower with pictures and words.

 

Idea: When the students finish their flowers, you can stick them on the classroom's walls.

 

 

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Mar 10

This mini-book revises colours using the topic "Easter". The students have to colour the Easter Eggs according to the sentence under them.

 

How to make your mini-book: Instructions

 

  

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Fev 10

I've designed this craft for kids to make in class to give their father on Father's Day. It's a simple pen to cut and paste. There are two versions, one with "I love Dad", the other one with "Happy Father's Day".

 

You can give the students some cardboard to glue the final pen, to make it stronger. This craft can also be done to be used as a bookmark.

 

There are two crafts per page to save paper.

 

 

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20
Fev 10

Some flashcards to teach toys. These flashcards match the Power-Point game I posted earliear. You can download it here.

  

 

Toys included: clown, teddy bear, car, doll, kite, aeroplane, ball, boat, drum, blocks, train, robbot.

 

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Fev 10

A worksheet where students have to solve the code to find the words. There are two similar worksheets. In the first one, the students must solve a code with numbers and in the second, a code with pictures. 

 

 

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Jan 10

This schoolyear I taught body parts to a class using "The Bath Song", from Super Simple Songs. They listened to the song, sang and acted it out in the classroom. It was funny!

Then I wondered how I could practice the body parts and the language in the song. That's how this game was born!

 

There are 2 A4 pages, which glued under each other, make a relatively large board game (near A3 size). I put it on the blackboard and made teams with 4 or 5 students (it depends on the size of your class, of course). Then a member of each team comes to the front, throws a big dice I have brought to the classroom, says the number shown (in English, of course!) and I move the counter on the board. Then the student must say "I can wash my..." + the body part he/she landed on. If the answer is correct, the team can move one space forward, if not, they must return one space.

 

Of course you can change the rules as you want. You can have a rule where the student can ask the team for help, for example, but the final sentence must be his/hers, even if it's just the repetition of someone else's sentence. That way every student says a sentence.

 

For younger students, you can also help or ask only the body part.

 

 

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15
Dez 09

A Christmas mini-book for working with Christmas vocabulary and colours. The students have to colour the pictures according to what is written under them.

 

How to make your mini-book: instructions.

 

 

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22
Nov 09

This is a set of cards to practice some answers to the question "How are you?". The answers follow the "Hello song". You can watch and listen to the song here.

I played a memory game on the board with the whole class divided in two teams. But you can also play other games. Another example is to give a card to each student, asking him/her not to show it to anyone and have all the students going around the classroom, asking "How are you?" to the schoolmates. The students must find their pair. For example, the student with the picture representing "I'm happy", must find the person who has the "I'm happy" card (with the words).

 

The cards have a back side.

 

 

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10
Nov 09

Halloween has already gone this year, but you can use this mini-book next year!

My students loved it!

You have to cut the sheet of paper above and down and follow the instructions.

 

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08
Nov 09

The idea behind the mini-books is from Alenka, a member of ESLprintables. I made my own mini-books based on hers.

 

This one is about Thanksgiving. It tells the story in a very simple way (it was NOT easy to simplify it so much! This was the best I was able to do.)The second file has no story, just some images, thinking in the 1st and the 2nd Grades.

 

The mini-book can be used for students to have a summary of a topic you are dealing with (or that you have just taught). You can try to have the students reading the mini-book after they have done it. Then, they just have fun colouring it.

 

You can have a mini-book with only one A4 page! Isn't that great?

 

How to make your mini-book? Just check the link on Alenka's webpage, where you can also find lots of mini-books made by her. Just go through the links on the left and you will find lots of great stuff! If you click on "Funny English", there are many more things to find!

 

 

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