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Chores Tic Tac Toe

Chores Tic Tac Toe

Set of 8 Tic Tac Toe boards with pictures of 33 different chores. Can be used for several levels - identify the picture, make a sentence with the picture, use a particular tense, etc. Can be used for any language.
jer520
Chores in English Sign please

Chores in English Sign please

Students interview classmates until they find someone who answers affirmatively to each of the questions. A classmate may be used for only 1 question. The student then signs the appropriate square on the paper.
jer520
Chores in English Dominoes

Chores in English Dominoes

Print on cardstock and cut into Dominoes. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Dominoes have the picture for 1 of 12 chores and the expression in English for 1 of 12 chores. Play like a normal game of Dominoes. Easy to edit to match the vocabulary from your text.
jer520
Chores Connect 4 game

Chores Connect 4 game

Connect 4 game using the vocabulary for 16 different chores. Students must correctly identify the coordinates of the square (wash the car and set the table). If wrong, the partner gets the square. Partners alternate turns. The goal is to get 4 squares in a row (vertical, horizontal, diagonal). Other than the title, game has pictures only, so may be used for any language.
jer520
Chores in English Concentration games

Chores in English Concentration games

Print on cardstock and cut into cards; make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Includes picture and name in English for 33 chores. Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Match Game.
jer520
Daily routine.

Daily routine.

There is a pack of activities about the daily routine including grammar exerciceson Present Simple Tense.
bouledeneige
Animals

Animals

There is a pack of swf activities about animals. ( listening, reading and creative activities) Enjoy these games with your pupils.
bouledeneige
50 ESL - ELL this or that question cards - Game of two extremes

50 ESL - ELL this or that question cards - Game of two extremes

50 ESL - ELL this or that question cards - Game of two extremes Keep your middle school and high school students active by playing the "Two Extremes" game. The facilitator will use a stack of cards listing things, activities or places that fall at opposite ends of the spectrum, such as: salty or sweet, London or New York, Mac or PC. The students start standing in a big group, but when each choice is read, they move to the side of the room that the facilitator indicates is associated with their choice (see the arrows on the cards). Those who can’t make up their mind or don’t have a preference remain in the center. Students will see all of the things that they have in common with their classmates and will likely learn some new vocabulary while they’re at it! These cards are great for middle school or high school and can be used at any time, especially when everyone needs a break and needs to stand up and move around a bit. This activity requires no teacher prep once the set of cards is printed and cut out. Don’t want to print or don’t have time to do so? That’s ok! There’s a PDF file with only one card per page that you can project and play as a class. Included: PDF of big cards to project when you don’t want to print Stack of 50 cards to print, cut out, punch holes in and attach with a ring - Black and white & color copies provided How to play LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferprof
Halloween vocabulary - 30 ESL Halloween speaking prompt question cards

Halloween vocabulary - 30 ESL Halloween speaking prompt question cards

Halloween vocabulary - 30 ESL Halloween speaking prompt question cards Want your students to use their HALLOWEEN vocabulary in fun and meaningful conversations? This NO PREP activity is a fun way to encourage your students to speak more to each other about Halloween traditions and holiday fun. This resource is suitable for any curriculum in which English is the language spoken, and will work best for students in 3rd to 12th grade. You can use these cards after learning specific vocabulary for Halloween during the month of October or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. All cards are visually stimulating and feature a circle to punch out in the upper left corner so that you can print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a ring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities. A pdf with only one card per page is included for easy projection when you don't want to print. Included: 30 color speaking prompt cards 30 black and white speaking prompt cards 9 ways to use these cards Easy to project file for whole class activity Scoot activity instructions Scoot student recording sheet LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferprof