This is a song-based resource. There are four Christmas songs: “Let it snow”, “White Christmas”, “Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer” and “Silent night”. Each activity includes: lyrics (two of them have gaps to fill in) and some exercises aiming at the comprehension of the songs. It’s a perfect resource to provide intermediate students at Christmas time. They will enjoy listen to the songs and the exercises will help them understand the lyrics. The resource comes in pdf format and it is very Christmassy.
A Christmas resource for children, which aims at learning Christmas related words. It’s an easy activity with lovely images, that will help children learn and consolidate new words. They can first read the Christmas terms in the vocabulary sections and memorize them through the beautiful pictures associated to each word. Then, they can consolidate their learning doing a matching activity and an exercise where they will fill in the missing letters. This resource is in pdf and can be used both in the classroom and at home as homework. It can be developed by asking pupils to draw their favorite objects from the vocabulary, or choose 3 or 4 words (from the vocabulary) and make sentences.
A lovely activity about new year’s eve for intermediate students. It is composed of four files: a reading comprehension about lentils, Italian traditional food for the night of 31st December; a matching exercise about the famous song “Auld Lang Syne”; a writing task about new year’s resolutions and the last page is a scheme to fill in with the top 5 goals for the new year. The files are in jpg.
A lovely resource about the story of the Three Kings. It includes an exercise on the simple past, a reading comprehension with questions to be answered, a research activity and a writing task. It is is pdf.