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Games, Activities for ESL Classroom Teaching Actions, Colors, Numbers Practice Vocabulary Related to Action Verbs, Colors, Numbers, with this ESL War Game. Animals, Colors, Clothes, Numbers Review Animals, Colors, Numbers and more with this ESL Vocabulary Dino Game Actions, Present Progressive Game Practice Action Verbs with the Present Progressive with this ESL Fun Game. Bathroom Vocabulary Game Practice Bathroom vocabulary with this ESL Fun Game. Bedroom Vocabulary Game Practice Bedroom vocabulary with this ESL Fun Game. Body Parts, Actions, Stationery, Zoo Practice Body , Actions, Stationery, Zoo Vocabulary with this ESL War Game Body Parts Vocabulary Game Body Parts Vocabulary ESL Game to review words related to the human body. Countries and Capitals Game Countries and Capitals ESL Jeopardy Vocabulary Game – Practice Geography Clothes and Color Zombie Game Practice Clothes and Colors in this Vocabulary Zombie Game Colors(Colours) Vocabulary Game Practice Colors (Colours) with this ESL Vocabulary Game, Catapult Castle Game Higher Level Games

Tools for Educators - free worksheet templates, printable game templates, 100% customizable worksheet makers with images! LearnEnglish Teens | British Council Baby U: recursos en anglès per als més petits Seguint amb els recursos TIC, avui us presento Baby U, un espai web fantàstic per començar a introduir als més petitons l'aprenentatge de l'anglès. Com bé ens passa a molts altres llocs web, per tal de fer servir la majoria dels continguts que se'ns ofereixen ens caldrà fer un registre, no obstant, això no voldrà dir que sense haver-ho fet no puguem utilitzar aquest espai. D'entre els continguts que se'ns presenten hi podem trobar: vídeos educatius; activitats relacionades amb les àrees curriculars (matemàtiques, vocabulari i art i música); i, jocs educatius. Val la pena que en feu una ullada, ja que en podem extreure molts continguts que ens poden ser útils.

Primary History - Romans - Invasion BBC Learning English - BBC Learning English home page Roman Roads | Teaching Ideas The Romans were famous for their roads, and this page describes how Roman roads were built, and how you could use the topic in the classroom. The Romans built roads so that the army could march from one place to another. They tried to build the roads as straight as possible, so that the army could take the shortest route. How the Road was Built... 1) First, the army builders would clear the ground of rocks and trees. They then dug a trench where the road was to go and filled it with big stones. 2) Next, they put in big stones, pebbles, cement and sand which they packed down to make a firm base 3) Then they added another layer of cement mixed with broken tiles. 4) On top of that, they then put paving stones to make the surface of the road. 5) Kerb stones were put at the sides of the road to hold in the paving stones and to make a channel for the water to run away. Activities 1) Print the diagram below and photocopy it. The above activity can also be found on a worksheet below.

ESL Reading Worksheets - Short Stories - Free Arbor Day - Marla and Tio plant a tree in the yard. Breakfast - Jack has high cholesterol and has to stop eating donuts. Bus Driver - Adan wants to retire next year when he turns sixty-two. Camping - Bears take over a campsite! Car Accident - Oh, no! Checking Account - Rosa's fiance wants to open a joint checking account. Colds - Pedro has a cold. Dentist - James has a toothache on the right side of his mouth. ESL Teacher - Mrs. ESL Student - Benito is too shy to read in front of his ESL class. Family Dinner - The Smith family starts eating healthy meals. Father's Day Gift - Maria wants to buy her father a special Father's Day gift. Fireman - Fire fighters respond to a fire on Elm Avenue in Bayside. Flag of the United States - The American flag was adopted June 14, 1777. Grand Canyon - The Soto family is at the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Mail Carrier - Van is going to apply for a management position at work. Medical Appointment - Carlos is sick. Mother's Robot - Do families need robots? EL Civics >>