This PPT teaches students how to read time on an analogue clock. They are also asked to say what the digital time would be. There is a slide with a board game at the end to practice in a funny way what they have learnt.
This is the first part of my PPT series on British Culture. The whole set consists of 7 parts: General Questions, Famous People, Sports, London, Patron Saints, Traditions and Extra Questions.
This is the main PPT which contains the Topics and 20 General Questions. It is a Jeopardy type of game but in this PPT each question is worth 10 points. There are 3 multiple choices for the students to choose from. If they give the correct answer, they get 10 points. If they can guess the answer at the second attempt, they get 5 points. If they don't get it right, they won't get any points. If you download the other six parts you can add a hyperlink to the other PPTs. This PPT can be used as a Game show on British Culture.
This is a worksheet on Easter vocabulary.
In exercise 1 students have to match the pictures and the words. In exercise 2 they have to find a secret message in the word search. In exercise 3 they have to complete a text about an Easter national custom in Hungary.
This PPT revises 12 Tenses in English. Student have to say a positive, a negative and an interrogative form of a sentence. They can choose what sentence they want to say by clicking on the appropriate sign on the first slide. They can check whether the sentence is correct by clickin on the check button. This PPT is good for revising/teaching the different English Tenses in a more enjoyable form.
This PPT game is good to practise and improve English speaking skills.
Divide the class into 3 teams.
Ask one student from each team to sit facing away from the screen. Team 1 starts the game. They have to choose a number on slide 2.
If you click on the number, it will take you to a new slide.
The students in Team 1 must describe the given word, WITHOUT saying the taboo words. The student from Team 1 (who is sitting in “the hot chair” facing away from the screen) has to guess the word in 20 seconds. If the word is correct, Team 1 wins 10 points.
Then it’s Team 2’s turn.
Then it’s Team 3’s turn.
You can write the points in the boxes on slide 2.
In the next round you can ask new students to come and sit in the “hot chairs” facing away from the screen.
The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.
This game can be played individually or in teams. The two teams can be marked with colours. (Red and green)
The object of the game is to collect the matching pairs.
Choose one rectangle and click on it. You will see a picture or a word on your card.
Then choose another rectangle and click on it. If the two cards are a matching pair, click on the circle and a circle of the same colour will appear on the card.
If you play the game in teams, you can click on the circle on the card with words on it and the card turns into red. If you click on the circle again, it will change colour.
If the cards are not a match, click on the cards again and they will be turned back over.
Then two new cards can be chosen.
The winner is the team which has more matching pairs.
In this Summer Activity Pack you can find the following games:
- Complete the words
- Multiple Choice Exercise
- Word Search
- Colouring page
- Word ladder
This is the final part of my PPT series on British Culture. The whole set consists of 7 parts: General Questions, Famous People, Sports, London, Patron Saints, Traditions and Extra Questions.
This is the seventh PPT which contains 20 extra questions on different topics. It is a Jeopardy type of game but in this PPT each question is worth 10 points. There are 3 multiple choices for the students to choose from. If they give the correct answer, they get 10 points. If they can guess the answer at the second attempt, they get 5 points. If they don't get it right, they won't get any points. If you download the other six parts you can add a hyperlink to the other PPTs. This PPT can be used as a Game show on British Culture.
Children have to identify 25 wild animals.
Cut the pictures and the words on the dotted lines. Kids have to put the pictures and the words in the correct places. There are two extra words and one extra picture in each set.
This Advent Calendar PPT can be used to help your students get into the Christmas spirit.
Rules of the game:
Click on the numbers in the Calendar. It will take you to a slide with a task on it.
The instructions are given in the Notes and on the last slide.
To return to slide 1, click on the number or the Action button.
There are24 games or activities in this PPT, one for each day before Christmas.
Hope you and your kids like it. Merry Christmas!
Print as many copies as many you need.
Cut and past the cards with their backing cards.
You can use the cards for several games, e.g. Old Maid, Go Fish, Memory etc.
There is a picture dictionary and a matching exercise included in this Booklet.