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Problem solving pictures

Problem solving pictures

A simple resource I created for ESL children. Children need to cut and paste the solution to the problem. All in picture format. Children can then talk through the pictures. I made this because all examples I found were in written format and beyond the level of my children.
buttababez
Earth Day - 3 word searches - 3 levels

Earth Day - 3 word searches - 3 levels

Earth Day - 3 word searches - 3 levels 3 fun, no prep printable word search worksheets for Earth Day, April 22nd. Includes 3 versions for different levels of difficulty. No prep, just print and you’re ready to go! Have a look at the preview to see the words used. Level 1 is suitable for grades 1 and 2. Words are hidden across and down only. Level 2 is suitable for grades 3 and 4. Words are hidden across, down and diagonally. Level 3 is suitable to grades 5+. Words are hidden across, down, diagonally and backwards.
jenniferlcrespin
Alphabet Activities, Match Capital/Lower case letters Puzzles, Trace over dots, Cut /Paste - PreK/K

Alphabet Activities, Match Capital/Lower case letters Puzzles, Trace over dots, Cut /Paste - PreK/K

This product relates to alphabet activities for Pre-K/K, SEN and EFl/ESL students. Learning Objectives: To begin to learn about alphabetic order and matching upper to lower case letters. To identify initial sounds in words and match to pictures. <strong>Content:</strong> • Teacher’s notes • 2 Sets of Aa-Zz puzzle pieces – Cut/paste • Aa-Zz -Matching letters of the alphabet to pictures • Aa-Zz - Tracing over letters and matching to pictures <strong>Product Description</strong> Cut and Paste to match Puzzle pieces Place a selection of Aa – Zz puzzle sheets on tables for children to cut out and match upper and lower case letters and stick into workbook or on a separate sheet of paper. They can trace inside the letters with different color pencils (rainbow tracing). For the capital letter part of the puzzle ask children to write words beginning with capital letters such as their name if it begins with that letter, a city, day or month, a place of interest etc and draw pictures. For the lower case part of the puzzle, ask children to write and draw things beginning with that letter that does not always begin with a capital letter. Please see sample preview in preview pane. Matching letters to pictures and color activity ‘Aa is for’ to ‘Zz is for’ activity – tell children they need to color in the picture that begins with that letter and not to color in the other pictures. Tracing over letters and matching to pictures This alphabet activity is similar to the above except that the children trace over the dots. File Type: Word and PDF Thank you for visiting my shop:-) For British version https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/alphabet-activities-match-capital-lower-case-letters-puzzles-trace-over-dots-cut-paste-eyfs-ks1-11864137 Credits: Clipart Puzzles from Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah Designs Free images via Google Images; www.pixabaycom and publicdomainpictures.net
Ro_Milli0110
Reading Credit Card Statements (LINC/ESL/EAL)

Reading Credit Card Statements (LINC/ESL/EAL)

You can use this highly visual PowerPoint presentation to introduce how to read credit card statements to your students. It is intended for EAL/ESL/LINC students but it would be appropriate for any class seeking to learn how to read a credit card statement. Included: Two credit statements presented in an simplified and easy to read manner, which still reflects an actual credit card statement from a major Canadian bank Two worksheets Two question banks that include dozens of questions related to reading credit card statements Easy editability; the credit card statements and worksheets can be easily changed so you can use the same presentation to introduce, review, and assess
rthulbert
D O B B L E Spring  Easter Game

D O B B L E Spring Easter Game

D O B B L E Spring Game This popular game is great for starting vocabulary learning. There are thirty one cards with 6 pictures of spring in each. Each student takes a card and puts it in front of him. Then the teacher puts one card from the pile into the cent. The one who spots the same picture in the card and names it first gets the card from the cent. You need to get more cards to win.
Olynj
Women's History Month - 6 word searches - 3 levels

Women's History Month - 6 word searches - 3 levels

Women’s History Month - 6 word searches - 3 levels 6 fun, no prep printable word search worksheets for Women’s History Month. Each set includes 3 versions for different levels of difficulty. One set uses vocabulary that demonstrates character, strength and morals. The other set uses the names of historical and contemporary influential women. No prep, just print and you’re ready to go! Level 1 is suitable for grades 1 and 2. Words are hidden across and down only. Level 2 is suitable for grades 3 and 4. Words are hidden across, down and diagonally. Level 3 is suitable to grades 5+. Words are hidden across, down, diagonally and backwards. Follow my store for updates on new resources, and please take a moment to leave feedback on this product. Thanks!
jenniferlcrespin
Canada & Citizenship: Prince Edward Island – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Canada & Citizenship: Prince Edward Island – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Have your students learn key facts about the Canadian province, Prince Edward Island! This one-page webquest directs students to go to a Canadian government website in order to answer questions about the province. Because it is a government website, you can be sure the information will be accurate, and the website will be around for a long time. The webquest is primarily aimed at English language learners from CLB 1-3, but it could also be used in elementary school classes. It could also be used at higher levels: while the language is simple, the content is not. The webquest could even be used by newcomers to Canada who are preparing for the Canadian citizenship examination. For your convenience, an answer key has been provided. As always, feedback is appreciated.
rthulbert
Canada & Citizenship: Newfoundland and Labrador – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Canada & Citizenship: Newfoundland and Labrador – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Have your students learn key facts about the Canadian province, Newfoundland and Labrador! This one-page webquest directs students to go to a Canadian government website in order to answer questions about the province. Because it is a government website, you can be sure the information will be accurate, and the website will be around for a long time. The webquest is primarily aimed at English language learners from CLB 1-3, but it could also be used in elementary school classes. It could also be used at higher levels: while the language is simple, the content is not. The webquest could even be used by newcomers to Canada who are preparing for the Canadian citizenship examination. For your convenience, an answer key has been provided. As always, feedback is appreciated.
rthulbert
Canada & Citizenship: Nova Scotia – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Canada & Citizenship: Nova Scotia – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Have your students learn key facts about the Canadian province, Nova Scotia! This one-page webquest directs students to go to a Canadian government website in order to answer questions about the province. Because it is a government website, you can be sure the information will be accurate, and the website will be around for a long time. The webquest is primarily aimed at English language learners from CLB 1-3, but it could also be used in elementary school classes. It could also be used at higher levels: while the language is simple, the content is not. The webquest could even be used by newcomers to Canada who are preparing for the Canadian citizenship examination. For your convenience, an answer key has been provided. As always, feedback is appreciated.
rthulbert
Canada & Citizenship: New Brunswick – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Canada & Citizenship: New Brunswick – Webquest (ESL/EAL/LINC)

Have your students learn key facts about the Canadian province, New Brunswick! This one-page webquest directs students to go to a Canadian government website in order to answer questions about the province. Because it is a government website, you can be sure the information will be accurate, and the website will be around for a long time. The webquest is primarily aimed at English language learners from CLB 1-3, but it could also be used in elementary school classes. It could also be used at higher levels: while the language is simple, the content is not. The webquest could even be used by newcomers to Canada who are preparing for the Canadian citizenship examination. For your convenience, an answer key has been provided. As always, feedback is appreciated.
rthulbert