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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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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Set 09

With this wall-display, you can teach the seasons and some vocabulary related to them. When a season comes, you make a part of your final window. Just glue name of the season on top of the corresponding rectangle and the tree in the centre of it and give each student a leaf (for Autumn), a raindrop (for Winter), a butterfly or a flower (for Spring) - I prefer the butterfly - and an apple (for Summer).

 

The students colour the picture, cut it, and one at a time, they glue it on the seasons wall-display. It's a good idea to ask the students to say the word before gluing the picture. If a student doesn't remember the word, I ask him/her to go back to his/her place and try to remember it (usually the classmates tell him/her the word and the student tries hard to memorize it to be able to glue it on the wall-display!).

 

If you want to make your seasons wall-display to last longer and be reusable, just laminate the window after gluing the trees and ask your students to glue the pictures with blue-tack instead of glue. That way you can easily remove the pictures after the schoolyear and use it again.

 

Seasons Wall-display

 

 Spring Wall-display

 

 

205 Kb

 

Summer Wall-display

 

153 Kb

 

Autumn Wall-display

 

69 Kb

 

Winter Wall-display

 (The tree is the same as the one I used for Autumn, that's why it doesn't come in this file.)

 

108 Kb

 

Here you can download a pdf document with all the seasons.

 

728Kb


17
Abr 09

Here are some flashcards I use to teach some words related to Spring.

 

Words included: flower, ladybug, bee and butterfly.

 

2,44Mb


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.

 

 

120Kb


17
Fev 09

A song for every season of the year. All these songs are sung to familiar tunes, such as "The Wheels on the Bus" or "Frère Jacques".

 

330Kb


04
Dez 08

A sheet where students can revise the days of the week, the months of the year, the seasons and the numbers from 1 to 10. The words are written in a train in order to be more attractive to students.

 

217Kb


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Nov 08

A simple worksheet where students have to match the words to the correct picture. (Pictures are the same as the Autumn Flashcards).

 

207Kb


10 flashcards to teach vocabulary related to "Autumn" (Black & White version). You can colour them yourself or involve the students in the creation of the material, giving them the flashcards to colour.

 

 402 Kb (black & white version)

 

 

639 Kb (colour version)

 

 Autumn words included: scarecrow, mushroom, grapes, squirrel, chestnuts, acorns, school, pumpkin, tree, leaves.

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