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Clip art for ESL flashcards

(check out the picture cards on the table in this photo!) Some of these picture may seem "funny looking" to adult eyes, but in tests these are the ones that get the biggest reaction from the kids. It's much easier to remember a card if it looks a little weird and makes you laugh, rather than one where you simply think "whatever". Along with songs, large picture cards are one of the best ways to get kids to remember the new words. Bonus Printouts: Printable Certificates Maker! Hungry Tired Cold Sad Happy Great! Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Numbers 1 - 12 onions, carrots, eggplant/aubergine, beans, zucchini / courgettes, tomatoes, pumpkin, mushrooms.

Where do you live? Page in Japanese Target Language: Where do you live?

Where do you live?

, I live near the .... Target Grade: Elem 2 to Junior High You can find this song on the NEW Teacher's Set How to teach .... This is a slightly more challenging theme, so keep it for when the kids have mastered the other songs. Once you've gone through the song once, get each child to draw a picture of something that is near their own home. The other cool thing is that all the vocab is totally interchangable with the James Brown style "Where are you going? " Where are you going? Page in Japanese Target English: Where are you going?

Where are you going?

+ place names Target grade: Kindergarten to Junior High school 1 Song: The "Where are you going? " Song can be found in the Teacher's Set Pronunciation Guide/Interactive Quiz: can be found in the Teacher's Set I often try to introduce a bit of foreign culture into my classrooms by using pictures taken on my trips abroad. Combined with the song they provide a big, multimedia learning environment!! Under, on, in - Where is Mr Monkey?

Page in Japanese Target Language: Where is...?

Under, on, in - Where is Mr Monkey?

Near, next to, in front of, behind, under, on, in Target Grade: Kindergarten to Junior High 1 This lesson is in the Teacher's SetAnd in the new curriculum Level. (These new pictures are only for the Download Pack, they're not on the CDs) This song is a little different in that unlike the other songs on vol. 5, which were written from requests from kids, this came from requests from teachers for a fun way to teach words such as under, on, in, etc.. Always wanting to help people out, here you go! First of all, go through the song acapella ( just singing, no music). When the kids sing their repeat lines they actually move to be in the correct position relative to their desks. In the chorus section, everyone looks around like they are searching for Mr Monkey.

Now this is all very straightforward, and not exactly very genki, you may be thinking. Rooms of the House - Where is Baby Monkey? Page in Japanese Unlike the other themes on CD7, instead of coming from the kids, this was a theme requested by teachers.

Rooms of the House - Where is Baby Monkey?

Most of the words are really easy so it's already become a big hit in many classrooms! Look around in the chorus, then get the kids to think of mimes for each room of the house. This song links well with the other "Where" songs such as Where is Mr Monkey? , Where are you going? Recommend Game There are many simple games you can play with this song, but for for a slightly higher level game, try this one... 1. When When When Last Year, Next Year, Last Month etc. Page in Japanese Target Language: When?

When When When Last Year, Next Year, Last Month etc.

+ This year, Last year, Next year, month, week, today, yesterday, tomorrow. Target Grade: Kindergarten to Junior High 1 This lesson is in the Teacher's SetAnd in the new curriculum Level. How are you? Page in Japanese Target English: How are you?

How are you?

+ replies (emotions)Grade Level: Kindergarten to Junior High school 1 Or see how to teach it in the free online video workshop. This song has become famous around the world, but the description below is the one I originally put on the website the day after I first wrote the song. I was thinking the other day that there must be a way for my kids to practice at home what they learn in class. The problem is that most English songs have too difficult and often not very useful lyrics. 1. "I'm hungry" (they pat their tummies) How many? Numbers, Games, Songs + Picture Cards. Page in Japanese Target Language: How many + Numbers 1 to 12.

How many? Numbers, Games, Songs + Picture Cards

How did you get here? Modes of transport! Page in Japanese Target English: Modes of transport Target grade: Kindergarten to Junior High school 1 Song: The "How did you get here?

How did you get here? Modes of transport!

" Song can be found in the Teacher's Set @In the classroom or at home ........ The Genki English songs all have gestures and games to go with them, and of course kids love pretending to be cars, boats and trains. Using music, pictures and gestures makes sure as many of the kids as possible will remember the English. This question may seem tricky, but the main point of the song is to practise modes of transport. It's even better if one group says the first repeat, then another group says the second repeat ( whilst making the gesture of course!). I came here by aeroplane, I came here by car, What do you think of ... Page in Japanese Target Language: What do you think of ..?

What do you think of ...

+ I think it's good / great / cool / excellent Target Grade: Kindergarten to Junior High 1 This theme is hugely popular with older kids and it's a real shame most courses don't feature it more heavily. I'd highly recommend it, you'll have a lot of fun! There are a few themes to do before this lesson: 1. 4. What do you want to do? Page in Japanese Target Language: I want to.... What are you doing? I'm a superhero! I can ... Page in Japanese Target Language: I can.. Target Grade: Kindergarten to Elem 5 This song is on CD9 and in the Download Pack These cards are now included in the Laminated Card Pack C How to teach .... For the Soccer / Football World Cup: "Come on, Come on" Song. Page in Japanese Bring all the passion of the World Cup to your lessons with the Come on, Come on Song! I wrote it for the last world cup and the kids loved it!

How to teach... This is the easiest Genki English song to teach - anyone can do it in 10 minutes! What would you like for breakfast? ESL Song. Page in Japanese This song is an easy introduction to the very useful "I'd like some... " phrase and a great start to a "shopping" or "restaurant" style lesson. How to teach ... First of all tell the kids you are going to have a second breakfast ( always a popular line!) Food! Drinks lesson. Teach English: Vegetables. Fruit Market! What's your favourite .... What do you do? A great ESL song for teaching jobs and occupations. What's the weather like? Under the sea, Sea animals! Animal I like animals! Do you have any pets? Animals + Pets. Animals: A great ESL song. Creepy Crawlies - Bugs! Baby Monkey's Winter Clothes Theme.

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