Worksheets based on J. Donaldson's story What the ladybird heard on holiday.
Practice reading, spelling, comprehension, rhyming words.
Suitable for early years and learners of English.
Answers to the questions:
1. in the middle of May, 2. the ladybird, 3. a sack, 4. in the Queen's bedroom, 5. on the bench in the park, 6. black, white, grey and brown dogs, 7. the Queen's crown, 8. 22 ladybirds (each picture plus on the covers) 9. the camel, 10. ..... (student's answer)
All about me. A passport to fill in and cut/ fold to make it into a Passport.
Information to fill in: name, age, siblings, likes, colour of eyes and hair etc.
Suitable for young English learners as revision of unit All about Me.
Cut the parts along the lines into 5 parts and staple or glue the sides to make a book(passport)
Listen to the song, read the lyrics and answer questions about the song.(Santa Claus is coming to town)
Draw pictures to illustrate some words from the song and test your spelling skills.
Christmas lesson for ESL, EAL students or primary years.
Make a mind map (spider) about your looks, hobbies and interests, family, name and age.
Fill in the information about yourself. Printable.
Mind map to help with introductions or start of the school year.
Suitable for learners of English.
Alphabet learning worksheets for early years and ESL.
Students find a word for each letter of the alphabet. They can use classroom posters, books, dictionaries, etc to find a word that they like and associate with each letter.
Students may colour the words that are in their name in a different colour.
What is your favourite letter and which word begins with it?
English as a foreign language, Early Years.
To learn or practise the letter names of English vowels(a, e, i, o, u) and numbers that are commonly mispronounced(3, 5, 13, 14, 15). Handout, printable game.
Students play Battleships in pairs or small teams.
Each player(or a team) gets one handout and they play Battleships. Instructions are written on the worksheet.
Vocabulaty and alphabet game for Early years or ESL students.
It is played in small teams or individually. Students choose a letter and they need to think of different category words starting with that letter. Unique words score more points!
Students can use dictionaries, internet, ask each other etc to find animals that CAN run, climb, swim, fly, jump and dig. First steps into researching.
Students will learn about animals and their abilities. Suitable for young learners and ESL(animals and action words)
Students have a bingo sheet and the teacher/ or a student calls out letters of the alphabet, students mark the letters on their sheets or plave counters. Don't forget to shout Bingo when your chart is full!
If laminated, these can be used more ofter, with either counters or dry erase markers.
Learn the alphabet and the letter names in English.