Whole-school English language learning resources: art

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End of Year Summer Fun Activities

End of Year Summer Fun Activities

78% saving! Take the pressure off you and your students with a range of fun activities for the end of year. Quizzes, colouring, visuals and more. Enjoy the hols when they arrive!

By StartEducation

Body Parts (superhero theme) whole lesson and worksheets TEFL EFL

Body Parts (superhero theme) whole lesson and worksheets TEFL EFL

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.

By lofford1

The Human skeleton and X-Rays. WHOLE LESSON and worksheets KS2 TEFL EFL

The Human skeleton and X-Rays. WHOLE LESSON and worksheets KS2 TEFL EFL

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)

By lofford1