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11 wordsearch puzzles - some based on Key Stage 2 units, some just for fun!
Superheroes and Superheroines
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By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify different parts of the human body.
Activity 1: Competitive game. Students are shown vocabulary with missing letters and in teams have to write out the correct word on the mini whiteboard to gain points for their superhero team.
Activity 2: Students design their own superhero and label the body parts on the back.
Worksheets: Crossword, writing body parts in the correct box (face/body) and gap fill&superhero colouring sheets. I have included both WordDoc and PDF copies of the work sheets so that they can be amended/printed with ease.
Activity 1: Guessing the animal based on the X-Ray.
Activity 2: Introduce the vocabulary and whereabouts the bone is in the body.
Activity 3: Colour in the skeleton worksheet(skull- blue, spine-purple, ribcage-red etc..)
Draw a line to match the vocabulary to the picture
Activity 4: 'Oww I broke my .....' students look at the X-Ray and must say the phrase out loud to win a
point for their team.
Activity 5: X-Ray Art and Craft (using white paint, cotton buds, black paper and their hands/feet!)
Activity 6: Roll the dice game to collect all the bones (game board and pieces included)
I've created this colourful display for use in my classroom. The focus is on subject terminology in English. I will be creating another display to match this with more subject terminology so please look out for part 2.
This resource is a collection of songs and games suitable for use at an ESL summer camp, or any summer camp.
It consists of 5 pages of song words (some with actions) gleaned from the Internet and camp experience, as well as 7 pages of games instructions for indoor games (although many could be played outside as well).
The objective of these activities is to get the children talking and using English in a fun way without being aware of doing so.
Most of the songs and games could be used in an English-first-language environment very successfully.