Early years Polish resources: culture

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Learning Polish Is Fun Bundle

Learning Polish Is Fun Bundle

Are you learning Polish? Are you looking for fun images to share with your students? I took my ESL course and I adapted it to help teachers also teach Polish. The worksheets are in English but there are 57 different settings and 114 pages of worksheets to translate into Polish. Students can use these pictures as a focus for their conversations and also for fun end of lesson games, where they recall the new vocabulary used in each session.

By peterfogarty

Halloween Teaching Bundle

Halloween Teaching Bundle

Here is a fun, multicultural, cross curricular set of resources for Halloween. There are maths resources, different language resources, photos about how people celebrate Halloween and even a phonics sheet about Halloween.

By peterfogarty

Halloween

Halloween

Everything you need to get a Halloween week of lessons moving! Lots of different language lessons, fun photos and songs. Something for everyone!

By peterfogarty

POLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES display posters flashcards colours food

POLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES display posters flashcards colours food

Resources included are as follows: 40 animal flashcards showing a picture of the animal with it’s name in Polish 40 food flashcards showing a picture of the food with the word in Polish Extra set of food flashcards of typical Polish meals to discuss culture or inspire recipes. 10 A5 colour flashcards Transport flashcards showing different transport such as car, taxi, bus etc in Polish Days of the week flashcards – 1 set of Polish days and another set of English days each with colourful flag borders Months of the year flashcards – 1 set of months in Polish and another set of English Number 1-20 in English and Polish on large flags Common phrases flashcards Body parts flashcards with photos Resources sack tag to keep everything together once printed

By hayleyhill

Polish Halloween Skeleton Counting Song - PowerPoint and Teaching Display Material

Polish Halloween Skeleton Counting Song - PowerPoint and Teaching Display Material

A fun way to learn the Polish numbers during Halloween. You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different skeletons being shown in each of the photos. You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about the Halloween Skeleton Counting Song. The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different groups of skeletons. The students can then discuss what they think each skeleton was saying or thinking. The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.

By peterfogarty

The Polish Easter Celebrations

The Polish Easter Celebrations

Easter observances in Poland actually begin on Ash Wednesday, when pussywillows called in polish "bazie" or "kotki" are cut and placed in the water. These pussywillow twigs are used later on Palm Sunday as "palms" to be blessed in the church, because palms are not available in Poland. Holy Week (Wielki Tydzień) begins on Palm Sunday, which is a commemoration of Christ's entry into Jerusalem. High Mass features a reading of Christ's Passion. During the Great Fast it is customary to participate in special religious observances such as Stations of the Cross, Bitter Lamentations, and an annual three-day retreat which closes with the reception of the sacraments of Penance and the Eucharist. The Easter season ends on Easter Monday when the traditional "Smigus-Dyngus" custom is observed.

By Kasia12345