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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Out 11

I've created this activity for my 1st and 2nd Grades. This activity is done after listening to the story "The Very Hungry Caterpillar".

 

You may decide if you let your students make the caterpillar on their own (and here you see if they can remember the order of the food in the story), or you can make a listening activity, where students cut the food (2nd page) and you say the day of the week and the food they should stick on the caterpillar.

 

In my first experience with this activity, I tried the listening activity and it was a bit confusing, because they simply didn't listen to me and almost everyone knew the sequence and wanted to glue everything even before I said anything... so, by experience, I think it's better to let them make the caterpillar on their own. If someone has questions about a day/food you can always do the listening activity.

 

 

Note: Personally I don't find some of the food the caterpillar eat on Saturday very interesting and important to teach, so I changed this food for "piece of chocolate cake, lollipop, ice-cream, piece of pie and cheese".

 

                                          

   

 

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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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Jun 09

A worksheet where students have to cut the family words and paste them on the right lily-pad. You can choose the colour or the black & white version.

 

I've drawn the frogs myself to match my frogs in felt I used to tell the story The Frog Family. You can download the templates here.

 

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Jun 09

A similar worksheet to the one I posted yesterday, but this one only focus on the grandparents, parents and brothers (the other one adds the uncle, the aunt and the cousin).

 

The students must cut and paste the words under the right family member, do the crossword puzzle and colour the family.

 

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Jun 09

A worksheet about family members. Student must cut the words at the bottom of the page and paste them under the right family member. Then they must solve the crossword puzzle.

 

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Jun 09

A worksheet I've made to follow the story Where's Spot?, by Eric Carle. You can choose to work with page 2 or page 3. They are similar, but page 3 focus more on prepositions and is more suitable for older students, since they must be able to read and understand the sentences.

 

On page 2, students must:

  1. Follow the labyrinth to find what colour are the animals;
  2. Colour the animals;
  3. Cut the animals and paste on page 1, under the right picture (students must remember where are the animals hidden in the story).

On page 3, students must colour the animals and paste them in page 1, according to the sentences.

 

Since I didn't choose a colour for Spot (the dog in the story), I tell my students to colour it either the colour they want or the colour it is in the story.

 

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Mai 09

A worksheet where students can match words and colours or cut the colours and glue them on the corresponding word.

You can use the Black & White worksheet if you want students to colour the circles.

        

 

                             

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Mai 09

A worksheet to learn/revise the written form of some sea animals. The students have to cut and paste the words under the right picture.

 

First, you can ask students to cut the words and put them under the right sea animals without glue. Then each student must say a full sentence, saying which sea animal it is (e.g.: "It's a octopus."). After you see if all the words are in the correct place, the students can glue them and colour the animals.

 

  

  

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Mai 09

A worksheet to learn/revise the written form of some pets. The students have to cut and paste the words under the right picture.

 

First, you can ask students to cut the words and put them under the right pets without glue. Then each student must say a full sentence, saying which pet it is (e.g.: "It's a fish."). After you see if all the words are in the correct place, the students can glue them and colour the animals.

 

 

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Mai 09

This is a special "Mother´s Day" card, which transforms itself in a house. The students draw themselves with their mother under "Me and Mummy" and write their names in the box under "With love,".

 

Cut the rectangle and the roof (where is written "Our home"). Fold both sides to the inside (like a window) and glue the roof at the top. The students should decorate their "home" outside.

 

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