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+ Countries You can read the picture book above and it's great to tell your students to do for homework, or if you are a member of the owners club, there's a special printable version just for you: "Where is Baby Monkey? " Picture Book - Download ( .pdf format) Be genki, Richard Copyright (C) 1999/2014 by Richard Graham www.GenkiEnglish.com. Where are you from? game. For homework: play before each lesson to learn all the words.In class: Everyone gets on a different computer, race to see who finishes first!
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Home. ESL Picture Book How are you? Page in Japanese Here's another picture book for you.
This time linked in with the "How are you? " and "How are you? 2" themes. As usual there's a nice twist in the story at the end! Use the song and games to learn the English first, then use the picture book in the next lesson and the kids will amazed that they can understand a whole English book, just in English!
You can read the picture book above by clicking the lower right corner, great to tell your students for homework, or if you are a member of the CD owners club, there's a special printable version just for you: How Are You Today? - Simple Skits. Emotions by ELF Learning. Transcription Emotions by ELF Learning Listen and Repeat Here we go.
Happy Happy Sad Sad Hungry Hungry Thirsty Thirsty Hot Hot Cold Cold Tired Tired Sleepy Sleepy Surprised Surprised Scared Scared Excited Excited Bored Bored Let's try that one more time with feeling! Hello Song by Peter Weatherall. Teddy's day. Hello, how are you? Transcription.
How are you today? (Clip) How are you? Online game. For homework: play before each lesson to learn all the words.In class: Everyone gets on a different computer, race to see who finishes first!
The song + games from the other CDs are in the Genki English CD 6 Pack. Click here for more games. Click here for the Teachers' Notes. Copyright (C) 1999/2014 by Richard Graham www.GenkiEnglish.com. Emotions & Feelings. Feelings Topic for ESL Kids. Feelings topic Learn and practise English vocabulary connected with the theme Feelings: angry, bored, cold, happy, hot, sad, scared, sleepy, surprised, tired.
The Feelings Unit contains materials to introduce, practise and revise new vocabulary. You can work through the topic-unit in any order feeting your needs, but we recommend this way: 1. learn Study the picture dictionary first. 4. print out Have more fun with our printable materials. How Are You Today? Free online games to learn English - Feelings vocabulary, Are you hungry - from MES Games. Learn English vocabulary, spelling, grammar, questions and answers with this free online program from MES Games. , spelling game and question and answer games to learn English online.
Practice spelling, vocabulary, speaking, questions and answers, as well a grammar with these great games and activities. This game focuses on emotions and feelings in English with four main sections. There is a feelings vocabulary practice section and an emotions spelling section. Then, there are feeling games for conversation practice and games for listening practice. The questions and answers for this game are as follows. Other notes: The spelling game will accept the vocabulary word as is "hungry" It's uncommon for English speakers to "complain" in casual greetings.
For teaching materials to match this colors vocabulary game, check out the links below: Feelings. Feelings. Transcription Maple Leaf Learning Talking Flashcards Feelings Here we go!
Happy Hahhah, Happy hhahaha Sad, Sad Angry, Angry Sleepy, Sleepy Hungry, Hungry Thirsty, Thirsty Sick, Sick Hot, Hot Cold, Cold Scared, Scared Maple Leaf Learning Talking Flashcards See you next time! Translation Maple Leaf Learning Tarjetas Parlantes Sentimientos ¡Aquí vamos! Hello! Who Are You? 1. Watch the animation. 2. Now choose the missing words in their conversation. - Oh, ! - Hello!
- I am a. . - I am a teddy bear, . - name is Betty. How old are you. GREETINGS FROM SMILING TOWN. What would you say. When do we use each greeting. The Greetings Song. My school (names, how are you, good morning)