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Market day

Market day

It is a worksheet about market day ( shops, clothes, prepositions, pronunciation). Vocabulary related to Market Day. Also it includes two activities about articles,hope you´ll find it useful .

By Olynj

AT THE GREENGROCER´S

AT THE GREENGROCER´S

At the Greengrocer´s - What can you buy there? It´s a role play where students have to buy food.It is useful for practicing the dialogue.

By Olynj

At the Clothes Shop

At the Clothes Shop

At the Clothes Shop - What can you buy there? Worksheet with useful expressions used at a clothes shop and two dialogues to practice the usage of the expressions. Vocabulary referring to clothes.

By Olynj

At the market

At the market

Students imagine that they are in the market. From where can they buy these things. Here students learn the types of shops and revise some vocabulary.

By Olynj

FurnitureFURNITURE FLASHCARDS

FurnitureFURNITURE FLASHCARDS

A SET OF 18 FURNITURE FLASHCARDS FOR TEACHING NEW WORDS, PLAYING MEMORY, HAPPY FAMILIES OR ANY OTHER CARD GAME (table, sofa, chair, toilet, bath, sink, bed, television, bookshelf, lamp, mirror, clock, armchair, cupboard, wardrobe, cooker, fridge, window)A SET OF 18 FURNITURE FLASHCARDS FOR TEACHING NEW WORDS, PLAYING MEMORY, HAPPY FAMILIES OR ANY OTHER CARD GAME (table, sofa, chair, toilet, bath, sink, bed, television, bookshelf, lamp, mirror, clock, armchair, cupboard, wardrobe, cooker, fridge, window)

By Olynj

Active global citizens: a peer education resource

Active global citizens: a peer education resource

Activities designed for young people to lead the learning on issues such as children’s rights, our global connections and the social and environmental impacts of consumerism. Developed by teachers and tested by pupils, these peer education activities are designed for young people to lead the learning on issues such as children’s rights, our global connections and the social and environmental impacts of consumerism. Using the topics of tobacco, jeans and mobile phones, these participatory activities examine issues of social justice, environmental impacts and global interdependencies through a series of short, easy to navigate activities. Each topic has useful background information and all the worksheets and materials young people need to deliver active learning sessions to their peers. If young people are inspired to take action after finding out about an issue there is also a guide to help them run a campaign.

By CD71

Amazing collection of flashcards

Amazing collection of flashcards

Hi, everybody! This is my great and interesting collection of flashcards for studying. Flashcards help students learn vocabulary faster which will improve their fluency in their daily conversations. Hope you and your students enjoy playing with these cards. Thanks for your comments....

By Olynj

Graphics Worksheets - Soft Drink Design

Graphics Worksheets - Soft Drink Design

Great for Primary or KS3 Students. Could be used in a project, for a cover lessons, homework/extension tasks. Includes 2x worksheets and inspiration/image resource sheet to help spark their imaginations!. All elements are designed to allow students to add their own colours and ideas as much as possible Just print out and you are ready to go. Happy Teaching :-)

By RND86

Maths - percentages

Maths - percentages

Pupils are to use A.P.E. (Answer, prove, explain) to show whether the shops have calculated the sale prices of the items correctly. Pupils are required to work out percentages of the original amount then subtract it to find the sale price. Percentages include 50%, 25%, 20%, 10%, 30%, 60%, 40%. 4 pages full of child friendly items that are in the sale.

By shhmakey

Sale
Post SATS projects for year 6 including Maths, P.E, Computing etc

Post SATS projects for year 6 including Maths, P.E, Computing etc

I made these tasks for my class to focus on now the SATS are over. They are loving them so far. They love working in groups and presenting to the class. It also creates a healthy bit of competition. Both group tasks involve working collaboratively, budgeting, research , recording information and preparing a presentation. They are clear and visual and give them plenty of clues and instructions- they also take up a good few lessons! Enjoy! Lots more availabe at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/richbreeds

By richbreeds