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KS1 Literacy © 3913.co.uk Drag and drop the names of the classroom items on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed. Drag and drop the names of the animals on to the picture. Find and select the letters in the correct order to make the word. © v2vtraining.co.uk The Word Wheel 2 is multimedia tool for pupils to explore and develop their skill at blending phonemes in words with clusters.WW2-lesson-outline Drag and drop the names of the fruits on to the picture. Drag and drop the names of the types of transport on to the picture. Drag and drop the names of the vegetables on to the picture. A drag and drop matching quiz based on descriptions of objects from around the home. This Alphabetical order activity is a simple to use word ordering exercise. This simple labelling activity can be used for either the Three Little Pigs or Cinderella as a backdrop for their sceneScenes lesson outline The CVC maker is a simple to use application.

first lesson | ESLGamesBox This getting to know each other activity is simple to set up and works well for most levels above Beginner. Sketch or print out this template, I usually use two sides (10 topics). At the top of each row is a space for a topic title. Topics I use include: work, movies and TV, music, free time activities, whatever town you’re teaching in, sport, food, English, holidays, politics, technology, the environment, etc. Give a sheet to each student and go round the class brainstorming questions for each topic, invite students to write interesting questions on the sheet. When you have questions for each topic, put students in pairs and get them to interview each other using the question sheet. When the interviews have finished (for ten questions this might take around 30 minutes) get the students to report back to the class what they have found out about their partner and encourage further questions to be asked from the class when interesting nuggets of information emerge. Printables opinion cards

Loving Lovecraft: Nebraska Teens Host Life-Size ‘Arkham Horror’ Game Three cheers for Miskatonic University! That’s the rallying cry of the La Vista Public Library (NE)’s teen advisory board (TAB)—who, under the exuberant guidance of youth librarian and advisor Lindsey Tomsu, a 2013 Library Journal Mover & Shaker—turned its 2012 Teen Read Week into a massive celebration of the works of H. P. Lovecraft, complete with crafts, workshops, and a life-sized version of the complex, cooperative Arkham Horror board game based on the Cthulhu Mythos. “I like complex board games for teens because they teach a variety of different skills in a fun setting,” Tomsu tells School Library Journal. In Arkham Horror, up to eight players take on the roles of investigators in 1920s Prohibition-era Arkham, MA, the fictional town where Lovecraft set many of his stories, Tomsu explains. Says teen advisory board member Keyahna Wood, “I like that we work as a team to win,” while Mary Bragg says, “It is more complex than most normal board games and a lot more challenging.”

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Children's Songs with Downloadable Kids Music - songs and lyrics from KIDiddles Free ESL Fun Games, Interactive Grammar & Vocabulary Games for Classrooms Getting to know you Literacy: SLc/E1.3 Pre-entry: SLc/M8.2 ESOL: ESOL Sc/E1.3a Level: M8, E1 Resource type: Listening and/or speaking activity, Sort or match cards A set of question words that can be used in E1 ESOL classes at the start of the year. TPiB: Hunger Games Monopolgy (from Kearsten) Do you have teens that are crazy for The Hunger Games and Monopoly? Why not put together this HG Monopoly game as a Teen program in a Box? This was a pretty easy program to plan, and although the prep is intensive (thank goodness for our teen volunteers), it is easy to package and send to our branches as a program in a box. What you need: Game Board (20 posterboards halved, plus colored paper and place name print-outs) Inflatable DiceProperty Cards (printed on cardstock)Monopoly money (borrowed from another Monopoly game, or, if you print your own: 20 each of $500 and $100, 30 $50, 50 $20, and 40 each of $10, $5, and $1)32 houses, 12 hotels5 math challenge cards, 5 science challenge cards, 5 trivia challenge cards (cardstock)Gift bags with parachute images taped to them (these can be reused, as long as you have people to refill them inconspicuously. But where did we get those math problems? I also used books for our science challenges. Enjoy! Kearsten LaBrozzi, MLS

Tell time 1 minute ago: Someone had problem at level 4. A quarter to which took 10 seconds. 3 minutes ago: Someone had problem at level 3. Hours and half-hours which took 4 minutes. 7 minutes ago: Someone got all questions correct at level 2. 10 minutes ago: Someone had problem at level 2. 14 minutes ago: Someone got all questions correct at level 1. 18 minutes ago: Someone got all questions correct at level 1. 24 minutes ago: Someone got all questions correct at level 4. 32 minutes ago: Someone got all questions correct at level 10. 33 minutes ago: Someone had problem at level 10. 35 minutes ago: Someone got all questions correct at level 9. The Global Search for Education: Just Imagine - Dr. Brian Annan - New Zealand | Huffington Post “We created an image of a teacher and students in a class with digital tools from which they can access families, the community, the environment and the world at large through the internet.” — Brian Annan Just Imagine schools decades from today - what will they be like? Dr. Brian Annan was the program director for the Learning and Change Networks (LCN) strategy from October 2012 to June 2015, an initiative funded and supported by the New Zealand government and Ministry of Education. How will the school of the future be more environmentally conscious? Schools of the future will be far more focused on ecological learning for community and environmental improvement. It will take the whole schooling system along with families, communities and businesses activating their agency to make the shift towards ecological learning. How will the school of the future be more globally inclusive? Many schools are in the process of becoming globally inclusive. Technology is an enabler. Yes, they will. C. C.

24-year long game of tag: Friends who flew across the world to avoid being 'it' By David Mccormack and James Gordon Published: 17:34 GMT, 27 October 2013 | Updated: 18:39 GMT, 26 November 2013 A group of 40-something men have spent much of the past 30 years engaged in one of the longest running and most elaborate games of tag ever. The idea of a bunch of grown men traveling the country attempting to tag each other may sound strange, but it has helped to foster an enduring friendship between the ten buddies. They call themselves, The Tag Brothers. The high jinks started back in high school when as teenagers they would entertain themselves by playing the schoolyard game during breaks at Gonzaga Preparatory School in Spokane, Washington. The tag brothers: A high school game of tag is continuing more than twenty years later between a group of friends who fly across the world and dress up in disguise to avoid being 'it' Who's it? The perfect bromance: The friendship between the ten men has endured since they were at school in the 1990s Game on! Reunions were rare, and missed.

English games Games that teach you to read and write. Do you master the letters, and do you know the order of the letters of the alphabet? With these playful games, you practice your knowledge of the English language. Days of the week 0 of 10 levels completed • Days of the week• Spelling Practicing the order of the days of the week. Word spelling 0 of 21 levels completed Practice writing by looking at the picture and then write the word which best describes the picture. Hangman 0 of 40 levels completed • Spelling• The alphabet Figure out the sentence or word that is hidden by guessing letters, one at a time. Positional words 0 of 5 levels completed • Prepositions• Common words• Reading Practise prepositions or positional words. Amazon Wordsearch 0 of 3 levels completed Wordsearch using Amazon unit vocabulary words that are awesome. Word hunt Try to find common English words in this word game. Months Practicing the order of the month of the year. Type the alphabet • The alphabet• Correct fingering• Keyboard training

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