Fun Classroom Activities!

Fun Classroom Activities!

Save up to 40% when you purchase this bundle which contains three of our top-selling fun classroom activities which are great for vocabulary practice or simply as time-fillers!
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100+ Fun Charades  with Illustrations

100+ Fun Charades with Illustrations

Charades is a classic team or group game, easily suited for lots of different occasions and age levels and is absolutely enjoyed by many students! The object of the game is simple: players take turns acting out words, with no talking or sound effects. Other players try to guess the word, and the team or player who guesses the most wins. However, standard charades can be difficult for students. Due to time and team pressure, students sometimes are at a loss for ideas on how to act out the words. To counter this problem, I developed this product with: over 100 charades cards with phrases and sentences instead of words fun illustrations to go with each situation to help players associate words with something familiar Some students with lower (English) proficiency may benefit from this adaptation to the game so that they can join their classmates in the fun! Follow us on Facebook or visit our website English Teaching 101
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Real Instagram Editable Templates

Real Instagram Editable Templates

This printable package includes 2 different Instagram templates: 1 large Instagram post with a comment section; and 1 smaller posts for a series of photos. Let students create their Instagram post directly in a word processing document or hand out the blank templates to have them draw their photos. There are many ways you can use Instagram templates in your classroom: A back to school getting to know you activity. Let student introduce themselves with a short bio and some tidbits about themselves, their hobbies and interests. Let students explore their identities and the world around them. Encourage students to use creativity and share thoughts, opinions and social commentary via images. Let students curate photos around a hashtag related to the topic or share photos along a classwork related theme. Add/draw a picture of an event or place in history. Post regular challenges for each unit or chapter. Students can use images that meet those challenges. Have students create a photo essay. Draw a few pictures from a character’s perspective or draw a setting or scene from a book. Challenge students to write a 6 word, 10 word, or 20 word story based on a photo. Let students act like photojournalists and let them cover an school event or celebration. Have them describe it in a series of images within their collages. Follow us on Facebook or visit our website English Teaching 101
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Shakespeare Display Pack Insults Facts and Phrases first introduced by Shakespeare Aged Paper Effect

Shakespeare Display Pack Insults Facts and Phrases first introduced by Shakespeare Aged Paper Effect

A bundle of my Shakespeare display resources A set of twenty four Shakespearean insults with the play citation. (header included) A set of five Shakespeare facts. (header included) A set of thirty phrases first introduced by Shakespeare. (header included) Not seen on the preview, but on the mock up of a display board: they are presented with aged paper as a background for interest. I have found them to be a really useful way of engaging students with Shakespeare. My students had lots of fun using Shakespeare quotes to insult eachother and me (in a light hearted way of course!) I would suggest cutting the insults and the phrases into individual strips for your display.
EMcLearning
Scandinavia

Scandinavia

A lesson that can be used for a variety of different subjects, that aims to increase cultural awareness amongst students as well as helping their literacy. Can be tailored for any year group. Includes: a presentation to give to students on Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Whilst the teacher is presenting, students should complete a mini-fact file based on what’s being said. The information given is based on cuisine, public holidays and education. an article from The Guardian that has been cropped and edited so students read information on traveling through Scandinavia which raises their cultural awareness, and use it to create a leaflet. This boost students’ understanding of how pieces of prose are constructed.
SophieNimmo
Shakespeare Display Facts and Phrases First Introduced by Shakespeare Aged Paper Effect

Shakespeare Display Facts and Phrases First Introduced by Shakespeare Aged Paper Effect

A set of five Shakespeare facts with header. AND A set of thirty phrases first introduced by Shakespeare with a header Not seen on the preview, but on the mock up of a display board: they are presented with aged paper as a background for immediate interest. I have found them to be a really useful way of engaging students with Shakespeare. I would suggest cutting the phrases into individual strips for your display. Lookout for my Shakespeare Display Bundle and save money by buying the Shakespearean Insults display at the same time.
EMcLearning
Shakespearean Insults Display Shakespeare

Shakespearean Insults Display Shakespeare

A set of twenty four Shakespearean insults with the play citation. Not seen on the preview, but on the mock up of a display board: they are presented with aged paper as a background and the pack includes a Shakespearean Insults header page. I have found them to be a really useful way of engaging students with Shakespeare. My students had lots of fun using Shakespeare quotes to insult eachother and me (in a light hearted way of course!) I would suggest cutting the insults into individual strips for your display. Lookout for my Shakespeare Display Bundle and save money by buying the facts and phrases display at the same time.
EMcLearning
European Festivals

European Festivals

A lesson that can be used for a variety of different subjects, that aims to increase cultural awareness amongst students as well as helping their literacy. Can be tailored for any year group. Includes: a video on the top 10 festivals in Europe and an exercise set at 3 different tiers, students must use inference skills thereby a comprehension exercise on a festival of their choice in either Italy or Britain. They can then share the answers with their peers. a chance for the students to create their own festival, demonstrating their understanding of cultural/religious importance etc
SophieNimmo
5 ESL Speaking Activities

5 ESL Speaking Activities

5 well prepared speaking activities to fill your ESL class with lots of speaking and some fun too. Bingo is of course a classic, designed to be a great mingle activity. May need to be adapted so its fit the location you are in. Name Five a warm up to get students to activate their English vocabulary at the beginning of class. I Predict gives students a practice in using the future tense. Taboo for some more speaking practice based on the classic parlour game.True or False is a class survey activity.
xiguaenglish
ESL Question Asking Activity

ESL Question Asking Activity

A speaking activity for ESL students of just about any level. Working in groups of three students will be asking questions indirectly trying to get information from another student while a third judges.
xiguaenglish
Pop Star Interview (Lesson Plans, PowerPoint, & Worksheet / 3-5 Lessons)

Pop Star Interview (Lesson Plans, PowerPoint, & Worksheet / 3-5 Lessons)

In this series of lessons for English language learners, students roleplay as interviewers and pop stars. Supported by worksheets and role cards, the students perform and record the interview speaking activity. This is followed by a collaborative writing task, peer-supported proof-reading, and a final performance. The main activity is supplemented by three grammar review sessions, focusing on subject-verb agreement, possessive adjectives, and consistent tense use. Suggested extension/ homework activities are also provided. This series of lessons was very successful every time I taught it to ESL / EAL learners. Each segment of the main activity builds upon what has gone before. Vocabulary research and practice precede the role-play, and targetted grammar practice prepares the students for the writing task. The proof-reading and further role-play practice lead into the final presentation. The grammar review sessions feature detailed grammar presentations, group and individual practice activities, and grammar games. I designed a lot of interdependence into the activities and the students collaborated really well and had a lot of fun. All lessons are supported by high-quality, detailed PowerPoints and a step-by-step teacher guide/ lesson plan. Multiple versions of PowerPoints are provided to ensure compatibility with PowerPoint 97 to 2016. PDF alternatives are also included. This pack should cover about 5 lessons (before the extension activities) depending on the speed and English ability of your students. *** The download is in zip format. The .zip contains .pdfs and PowerPoints. You will need a zip extraction program, a .pdf reader, and Microsoft PowerPoint to use this product.
abteachingmaterials
English Conversation Cards Starter Pack (64 cards)

English Conversation Cards Starter Pack (64 cards)

This pack of 64 conversation prompt cards and supporting activities was my go-to resource when teaching English as a Foreign Language. They’re awesome for milling activities, providing scaffolding, and building speaking confidence. Not only do they make a great warmer for English, EAL, and ESL classes, but they can also be used to improve follow-up question skills and develop relationships between students and teachers. They’re also great for a warmer in any English-speaking classroom. The cards feature starter questions, statements, and actions, and are split into eight, color-coded categories. Each category has ‘easier’ prompts (silver star cards) and ‘more difficult’ prompts (gold star cards). Step-by-step instructions for 5 main activities and 1 extension activity are also provided. *** These are all different cards than in the 200-card Conversation Card Pack. *** The cards are provided in .pdf format inside a zip file. You will need a .pdf reader and a zip program to use this product.
abteachingmaterials
Australia Cultural lesson

Australia Cultural lesson

Here is my cultural lesson on Australia, including: Some brands (starter) Famous Australians Typical Food Aussie Rules (with a worksheet to do based on a video on the basics of this sport) Poster for homework Any other cultural elements not included are in my other lessons (such as didgeridoo, boomerang, Australia Day)
kpjf
Maori Posters Phrases and Vocabulary - People, Places, Actions, Objects, Colours

Maori Posters Phrases and Vocabulary - People, Places, Actions, Objects, Colours

Product Description Colourful Maori Phrases and Vocabulary Posters - People, Places, Actions, Objects, Colours, Months, Days & more… 16 different posters including easy Maori phrases and the vocabulary needed to complete them. A great way of learning useable chunks of Te Reo while still learning all the basics. Learn the Te Reo kupu for everyday objects, and be able to tell people about yourself and what you are doing. Posters include: Months of the year, Days of the Week Numbers 1-12 Colours Objects Places Weather Occupations Actions Relationships …and more… 16 pages Just print and display! Maori,Maori language, Maori learning, learning maori, maori resource, maori resources, maori for kids, kids maori, preschool maori, kindy maori, learning maori, maori posters, posters, printable posters, maori language posters, months in maori, actions in maori, words maori, numbers in maori, colours in maori, places in maori, people in maori, maori actions, maori numbers, maori words, maori colours, maori months, te reo, te reo resources, kindy te reo, te reo posters, maori weather, maori months, maori body parts
spannarosy
Australia Day

Australia Day

This is my lesson on the controversial topic of Australia Day. I have created a starter on Chanel’s controversial boomerang. On Australia Day I have tried to give both sides of the argument and encourage debate/discussion on the topic.
kpjf
Bible Character Matching Game - Teach Kids Christian Bible Stories Fun Game Preschool Kindy

Bible Character Matching Game - Teach Kids Christian Bible Stories Fun Game Preschool Kindy

Bible Character Matching Game - Teach Kids Christian Bible Stories Fun Games - includes 18 matching ‘strips’ which can be printed, laminated, and cut apart for kids to work out which images go with which Bible character. Includes characters like Jonah, Solomon, David, Samuel, Ruth, Jesus, Abraham and more. 6 pages including 18 Bible characters Bible, bible stories, bible activity, bible education, preschool bible, kids bible, kids bible game, christian kids, christian, preschool, kindy, christian kindy, christian preschool, bible kindy, bible preschool, early bible
spannarosy
Aborigines - an introduction

Aborigines - an introduction

Lesson 7: Aborigines This is a simple introduction to the Aborigines, their culture and beliefs. -Information, such as their origins, population -Dreamtime - their religion -No vote -Stolen children -Poor health: Alcohol & tobacco addiction Included: Powerpoint for teacher Powerpoint for students (print version with fewer slides) Comprehension text Class test on Ayers Rock + Aborigines My Scheme of Work on Australia (all can be purchased from my shop) Lesson 1: The Commonwealth Lesson 2: Australia The Beginnings Lesson 3: Australia The Beginnings part 2 Lesson 4: Sydney Lesson 5: Sydney Opera House Lesson 6: Ayers Rock / Uluru Lesson 7: Aborigines Lesson 8: General cultural lesson Lesson 9: The Great Barrier Reef Lesson 10: Animals general lesson Lesson 11: Snakes and spiders Lesson 12: Koalas and kangaroos
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Uluru / Ayers Rock guide

Uluru / Ayers Rock guide

Lesson no.6 on my series on Australia: Ayers Rock/Uluru Included: Powerpoint for teacher Powerpoint for students with fewer slides (optional) Please don’t climb poster Uluru comparison poster Uluru comprehension text Class test on Uluru and Aborigines (you can also purchase my Aborigines lesson)
kpjf
The Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House

Lesson no.5 on Australia: The Sydney Opera House This is a guide on The Sydney Opera House and some of the problems when building it. There are some short clips to watch on Youtube talking about the engineering problems. My students found it interesting. Included: -Powerpoint for teacher -Powerpoint to be printed for students (optional). I usually print 4 slides on each page, so there are 12 slides on the print edition, thus it will fit on 3 pages. -Class Test (this includes material from Sydney in general but if you want you can simply delete that first part and focus on The Sydney Opera House. -Also optional is a running dictation activity, then after students can read the text together, then watch the video. The running dictation and subsequent article is created by me based on a video I found on Youtube. The video link is natually included. My Scheme of Work on Australia (all can be purchased from my shop) Lesson 1: The Commonwealth Lesson 2: Australia The Beginnings Lesson 3: Australia The Beginnings part 2 Lesson 4: Sydney Lesson 5: Sydney Opera House Lesson 6: Ayers Rock / Uluru Lesson 7: Aborigines Lesson 8: General cultural lesson Lesson 9: The Great Barrier Reef Lesson 10: Animals general lesson Lesson 11: Snakes and spiders Lesson 12: Koalas and kangaroos
kpjf
Guide on Sydney

Guide on Sydney

This is my lesson on Sydney in a series on Australia. Already uploaded 1 Commonwealth Guide 2 + 3 Australia the beginnings 4 Sydney Guide 5 The Sydney Opera House (next to be uploaded) I have created a separate lesson on The Sydney Opera House as there is a lot to mention. However, on request I can add some basic details about the Opera House into this flipchart if you don’t want to go into detail on it (just ask!). Also, if required I can convert the flipchart into pdf for you to view. Topics: Sydney in general + video comprehension Sydney Harbour Bridge Bondi Beach The Three Sisters (well 90 minutes away from Sydney) and dictogloss on this myth. Included files: Activinspire Flipchart (a pdf copy can be made available) Australia video comprehension Three Sisters Dictogloss Class Test on Sydney
kpjf
Australia - The Beginnings

Australia - The Beginnings

This is the second and third lesson for my Australia scheme of work. But it all depends how long your classes are. This time it’s not a powerpoint but flipchart. If you don’t have it Activinspire can be easily downloaded but if you have problems with this please contact me and I can send you a converted pdf edition. This is to go alongside this article: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-13-year-old-girl-sent-on-a-day-trip-to-australia-11943247 Topics covered: General information on Australia (population, capital city, landmarks etc) Origins as a penal colony Discovery of gold Children sent to Australia A land of opportunities - immigration to Australia
kpjf
THE 13-YEAR-OLD GIRL SENT ON A 'DAY-TRIP' TO AUSTRALIA

THE 13-YEAR-OLD GIRL SENT ON A 'DAY-TRIP' TO AUSTRALIA

This was an article originally found on the BBC, however, I have edited and changed the text a little to make it easier for non-native English speakers. I have added footnotes with the French translations. You could easily edit this to change to the appropriate language or simply delete the footnotes. This is accompanied by comprehension questions and a true or false activity that I created to check understanding of the article. This also goes with a flipchart I created on the early history of Australia which can be purchased on my page. My students really enjoyed reading this text as they were curious about the plight of Pamela and felt really sorry for her and what she, along with other unfortunate children, had to go through. Any feedback regarding how I have created the questions would be great!
kpjf
AUSTRALIA - A NATION SHAPED BY BRITISH EMIGRATION

AUSTRALIA - A NATION SHAPED BY BRITISH EMIGRATION

I created this as part of my Australia scheme of work. In my school one class a week (55 minute lesson) is dedicated to Australia and this was an article from the BBC that I edited to make a bit shorter and a little easier. The text is still quite difficult though, so not for low ability classes! My students’ level is approximately B1-B2. Later I am going to upload more powerpoints on all things Australia. I created my own true or false and comprehension questions to go along with the text. I have also created footnotes with French translations for some difficult words; however, you could simply edit these words to the appropriate language or just delete the footnotes! Any feedback appreciated.
kpjf
A basic guide to The Commonwealth (2018)

A basic guide to The Commonwealth (2018)

This is an introduction to The Commonwealth. It was originally created for middle school students in France with a level of approxinately B1. So I have purposely made the language quite simple. It has been updated for 2018: with the inclusion of The Gambia returning after leaving and the news that Prince Charles will be taking over The Queen as head (when she dies). I have created a Powerpoint for the teacher to be shown on the overhead projector, one to be printed out to give to the students with fewer slides (optional). I usually choose the option 4 slides per page when printing, so I don’t print out too many pages. There is also an activity to answer questions on the powerpoint which could be started in class then finished for homework, then a class test to be done on a different day. If you prefer you can skip the **each one, teach one **activity.
kpjf
Cockney Rhyming Slang

Cockney Rhyming Slang

Aim: to teach students about rhyming words while raising their awareness of the east London Cockney culture This fun lesson introduces 11 Cockney Rhyming Slang phrases in a game of Balderdash. Students guess the meaning of the phrases by brainstorming other words that rhyme, looking at the phrases in context and using picture clues.
Teacher-Charlie
40 page CCSS English Literature Comprehension Booklet on the King Arthur Legends

40 page CCSS English Literature Comprehension Booklet on the King Arthur Legends

40 page CCSS English Literature Comprehension Booklet on the King Arthur Legends. The questions primarily relate to Volume 1 of ‘Le Morte D’Arthur’ by Thomas Malory (available for free via Project Gutenberg), but also require students to carry out research and refer to other related texts such as Geoffrey’s ‘Historia’, and poetry by poets including Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Walter Scott and Chretien de Troyes. Arthurian inspired fine art is also explored. Comprehension questions have been prepared in accordance with the following Curriculum Standards: RI.4.8: Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text. SL.4.2: Paraphrase portions of a text read aloud, or information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally. RL.4.4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., Herculean). RL.9-10.6 Analyse a particular point of view or cultural experience reflected in a work of literature from outside the United States, drawing on a wide reading of world literature. RL.9-10.9 Analyse how an author draws on and transforms source material in a specific work (e.g., how Shakespeare treats a theme or topic from Ovid or the Bible or how a later author draws on a play by Shakespeare). W.4.7: Conduct short research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different aspects of a topic. W.9-10.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective techniques, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
biggles1230
Movie Ferdinand  Song Comprehension 'Home' by Nick Jonas Worksheets with keys

Movie Ferdinand Song Comprehension 'Home' by Nick Jonas Worksheets with keys

A very interesting movie as well as melodious songs that children love to hear and sing- The students will listen to the song and do the worksheets. Play the song three times and and give 1 worksheet at a time. For full comprehension during ESL class or English activity class,four comprehension worksheets of options, blanks, crosswords puzzle and putting the lyrics in order will help.
tacss
L1/ L2 FS English/general writing: using formal language and making polite requests in writing

L1/ L2 FS English/general writing: using formal language and making polite requests in writing

I developed this lesson as my Level one and two Functional skills English second language learners were struggling with how to make polite requests and ask polite questions within their written English. The lesson comprises of various activities to equip students with the vocabulary and structures needed to remain polite and formal. The PowerPoint presentation will guide you through the lesson, it consists of: Lesson warm up- using formal language with an accompanying worksheet to broaden formal vocabulary. Asking for things politely- what we should avoid (common errors) Grammatical construction of using ‘would like’ Practice task using this structure Other ways to ask for things politely Space for learners to make their own examples Practice task using polite language Writing task incorporating what has been learned with accompanying task sheet for learners to write on
Jadelodell
Awarded Extra Curricular Activity Cooking Contest, Co-curricular Activity, End of year Party, Game

Awarded Extra Curricular Activity Cooking Contest, Co-curricular Activity, End of year Party, Game

This Cooking Contest Activity is wholly created by me and it is a perfect motivational activity for End of year parties, Festivals, summer camps, co-curricular activities, Culture Days and motivational events. (You can simply change the recipe into your own cultural food ) . It is also a nice activity for Gastronomy classes. Sightseeing tours and visits have been a cliche but this activity brings fun at school. It is applicable for all levels and fosters motivation among students and teachers. It is a detailed organization, that is why there are 12 pages in the plan. Everything you need is included. I am sure your students or teachers will love getting together in a contest format and will be refreshed. This Plan includes; Detailed Activity Plan, 2 Recipes, Guidelines for Students, Signature Form, Jury Evaluation form Sample Poster, Shopping list All you have to do is to follow all the steps and let some fun at school!
songultomek
EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 3

EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 3

EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 3) directly addresses the unique academic needs facing students who arrive in the UK with little or no English. After completing EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 3) students should be able to cope in mainstream classes. This workbook ensures that the student will develop an effective understanding of English. The tremendous advantage of this resource is that the student will immediately become fully included in the learning process. At the end of each unit, the student can record the progress they have made by completing the user friendly self-assessment sheet. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 3) is a student-centred resource which enables the student to be actively engaged in developing skills that are required in an academic environment. The teacher can witness and monitor the steady progress the EAL student is making towards becoming an independent learner. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 3) allows the teacher the flexibility to select appropriate topics. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 3) can, also, be used as an excellent Induction programme. When it is necessary and appropriate to withdraw students from mainstream classes, this is a systematic self-contained resource that enhances language development and activates confidence in the student. EAL for Secondary Students Workbook 3 contains over 80 pages of excercises.
ahamid
Oasis Comprehension Activity 1990s Information Biography

Oasis Comprehension Activity 1990s Information Biography

Comprehension activity about the rock band Oasis. Perfect resource to compliment Britain Since 1948 and to learn about 1990s music. The text includes details about the formation of the band, hit albums and singes and their battle for the top of the charts with Blur. Children love listening to the music of Oasis and learning about the band. Word and PDF files included. Differentiated to suit three ability groups. Two page text documenting the history of the band from formation in 1991 to their eventual break up of 2009.
oldham30
EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 2

EAL for Secondary Students: Workbook 2

EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) directly addresses the unique academic needs facing students who arrive in the UK with little or no English. Beginning with first principles and slowly advancing to high order thinking skills, EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) ensures that the student will develop an effective understanding of English. The tremendous advantage of this resource is that the student will immediately become fully included in the learning process. At the end of each unit, the student can record the progress they have made by completing the user friendly self-assessment sheet. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) is a student-centred resource which enables the student to be actively engaged in developing skills that are required in an academic environment. The teacher can witness and monitor the steady progress the EAL student is making towards becoming an independent learner. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) allows the teacher the flexibility to select appropriate topics. EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 2) can, also, be used as an excellent Induction programme. When it is necessary and appropriate to withdraw students from mainstream classes, this is a systematic self-contained resource that enhances language development and activates confidence in the student. EAL for Secondary Students Workbook 2 contains over 80 pages of excercises.
ahamid
Idioms Quiz for European Day of Languages

Idioms Quiz for European Day of Languages

This is a fun quiz about idioms from various languages. It contains quiz questions with sound effects, fun pictures and the solution at the end. Great to start a discussion around foreign languages!
Lorilai
Life in Coober Pedy - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text  #Google Expeditions

Life in Coober Pedy - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text #Google Expeditions

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the history and culture of Coober Pedy. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including a true or false exercise, a definitions match, a fill in the gaps exercise and a fun crossword. The text can be used for IGCSE and TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key included. Ideally, this handout could be used along a #GoogleExpeditions Coober Pedy virtual reality trip!
MariaPht
EAL: Manners

EAL: Manners

2 PPTs about manners. It is titled towards Chinese students. However it can be easily adapted to other countries. Manners PPT contains a poster making activity at the end. This then works as the starter for Manners Speech PPT. Manners Worksheet can be used for students who finish their poster early. Or as a stand alone activitiy.
george_mc
All About Me Display Pack, All About Me Banner, Back to School Activity

All About Me Display Pack, All About Me Banner, Back to School Activity

All About Me Display Pack, All About Me Banner, Back to School Activity Create a stunning display to celebrate your new class. This set of 3 PDFs enable children to share their likes, goals, achievements and lots more. Have fun filling these in as a class activity and then display in your classroom. Includes: 1 banner PDF 1 frames PDF 1 smart phone PDF
MissPepperPot
Grade 2.11- Thanksgiving

Grade 2.11- Thanksgiving

EAL/ESL class talking about thanksgiving. A nice starter to review the work from the previous lesson about present continuous and a fun way of choosing team names. There is a fun activity at the end to allow students to practice what they have learned. A lesson plan is supplied to show how I carried out the lesson.
stevensimnett
Maori Language Number Match Animals - Numbers 1-20 with Animal Names for Kids

Maori Language Number Match Animals - Numbers 1-20 with Animal Names for Kids

Bright and cute number matching cards for young people learning the Maori Language. Cards go from 1 - 20 and show a range of cute animals which kids can also learn the Maori kupu (word) for. 5 pages in total, 4 cards to a page. A great, fun resource which can be used over and over for learning numbers and animals in Te Reo. Te Reo, Maori, Maori language, maori language resources, te reo language resources, preschool maori, year 1 maori, te reo resources, te reo numbers, maori numbers, te reo animals, maori animals, animals in maori, maori activity, te reo activity, kids activity maori, maori kids activity, new zealand, NZ
spannarosy
Stonehenge - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

Stonehenge - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the history and possible use of Stonehenge. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including a true or false exercise, a fill in the gaps exercise and a fun crossword. The text can be used for IGCSE and TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key included.
MariaPht