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Halloween - englishcuteprintables Halloween Halloween at my school Halloween 2012 Meg and Mog Language In Use It is great to show and offer students many examples of English language in use. Meaning, students appreciate that there are many ways to say the same thing and like to see the "nuance" of the English language. Here are some images showing different ways / expressions to communicate a similar thing. Free Online Educational Videos For Kids Young children love to watch videos. If you have ever seen your child watch a favorite cartoon or kid's television show, you know how easily it can capture their attention. You may have also noticed how much of the show they actually remember, even days, weeks or months later. At, we understand how useful kid's educational videos can be for children of all ages. When information is presented in a fun manner, kids are even more eager to learn, making their education an easier process throughout their school years and beyond.

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The Happy Prince - Storynory Original Pictures for Storynory by Henrietta MacPhee Read by Natasha Oscar Wilde’s story of a statue and a swallow is both beautiful and sad. We feel it captures much of the spirit of Easter (our reasons for thinking this are explained here). The statue was once a prince, who enjoyed a life of pleasure.

Community Club Home Community Club Firefighter Level A, Community Club What happens when the fire alarm rings? Early readers will follow along with images and audio as a firefighter races to work. Surviving the zombie apocalypse: A great way to teach conditionals NOTE: This is an updated and expanded version of one of my – and your – favourite posts from this blog. Please click here to download some teaching materials I developed to work with this idea. One of the great things about being a childish idiot geeky nerd is that I can relate to what’s going on in the minds of a lot of my students. Like (too) many of them, I’m fascinated by the concept of zombies. Many’s the classroom break I’ve spent hypothesizing with students about the impending doom that will be brought about by the zombie outbreak.

The Elephant's Child From the Just So Stories of Rudyard Kipling Download the audio story here. The young elephant hero is full of questions. Christmas Fun Whew! What a busy, week! I can only imagine next week, but hey... Top 5 Sitcoms to Watch with your Students to Learn English The following is a list of top 5 TV shows that I believe are useful to helping students improve their English: 5. The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory is currently one of the most popular sitcoms on TV. Fairy Tales This website uses cookies. Learn more? Ok, Don't show me this message again Fairy Tales 1001 nights Make Your Own Snow Paint Wishing for snow? If the weather refuses to cooperate, take charge and make your own! Your child will create a thick and fluffy “snow” paint, allowing him to design three-dimensional snowscapes. While he paints, you can start a conversation about weather, comparing and contrasting the various elements. And he'll be developing his grasp for fine motor skills as he holds and uses the paintbrush.