A Cultural Thanksgiving Lesson Your ESL Students Will Gobble Up Picture a group of people who have never heard of Thanksgiving before. What would you tell them it was about? It’s a tough question to answer… but you’re in luck! This holiday lesson is specially designed to make explaining and exploring Thanksgiving with your ESL class easy and fun. English for Children Short Stories for Beginners (2) 200 more easy stories, which are a little more difficult and longer Wacky Web Tales Geared for grades 3 and above. Check back monthly for new tales! Tales for Teenagers Fantasy, fiction, and horror; also downloadable for most eReaders and mobile phones Baby Sign Language Baby Sign Language A great way to help you communicate with your pre-verbal baby Math English
ESL Kids Flashcards Matching game: Spread all the cards on the floor or on a table. Students take turns flipping two cards and calling out the cards that they flip. If it's a pair then they keep it and get a point. If they don't call out the card then they can't keep it (Don't enforce this rule too strictly or the students may rebel). ABC Splash - Upper Primary (Years 4 - 6) Home > Primary Teachers' area Latest Splash Live Events Check out our Term 2 live events including Games from Scratch on coding for kids and Let's Draw with one of Australia's most loved storybook creators Graeme Base. Save these dates Future With Will and Going to in English By Kenneth Beare The Basics: Future with Will: The future in English can be rather confusing. There are two future forms used in most conversations: the future with 'will' and the future with 'going to'.
5 Awesome Websites To Boost Summer Learning Is this what your kids are looking like by this time during the summer? The awesomeness of not going to school has worn off, they’re bored of their toys, and it’s too hot/cold/rainy/far away to go to the beach? When I was a kid, we played a lot of board games – limited to whatever we had that still retained all of the original pieces, or whatever some friends had. Todays kids have a world of awesome stuff at their fingertips with the internet, so why not tap that to keep them busy, entertained, and learning at the same time? Here are a few suggestions for awesome websites that incorporate learning!
Don't Say It More Activities You May Like... Present Perfect Pictionary Top English Words Finish The Sentence PAPER PLATE LIFE CYCLES, FROG, PUMPKIN, APPLE, SUNFLOWER AND MORE Life Cycles, Frog, Pumpkin, Apple, Sunflower, Plant, Ant, Butterfly, Watermelon Salmon and Sea Turtle that you can paste onto painted paper plates. A total of 10 life cycle (I will be adding more) activities to supplement your science program. Each life cycle has four pages;
Halloween vocabulary worksheets and games DONALD AND HIS FRIENDS Listen to the teacher and match the characters with the balloons. For young learners. Full Colour printable Black & White printable FOLLOW THE PATH Listen to the teacher and follow the path. Top 10 Essential Web Tools For Project-Based Learning Making learning interactive has always been difficult for educators. Students rarely want to collaborate and get involved in discussions, because most of them are afraid of making mistakes and saying something wrong. Luckily for all of us, the emergence of technology used in classrooms has made educators able of making the learning process interactive. Blending the traditional textbooks with innovative web tools that inspire collaboration will be the wisest thing you’ve ever done for your students.
ESL Printable Board Games, Card Games & Communicative Exercises Free ESL/EFL Online & Classroom Games ESL Games World is the ultimate English learning fun lab with lots of interactive exercises for teachers and students of English. This site is brought to you free of charge by the same team that brought you the ESL-galaxy.com, englishmedialab.com and esltower.com. We are committed to making teachers' & students' lives a lot easier by providing useful free esl resources for teaching and learning English as a Foreign or Second Language. Worksheets & Ideas for Years 3 & 4 image courtesy and © Dann Pigdon Dinosaur remains have been found in the opal fields of South Australia and New South Wales.Kakuru is represented by a single almost-complete tibia (lower leg bone) from Andamooka in South Australia. The word “Kakuru” means “rainbow serpent” in the local Aboriginal language, probably because the opalised fossil sparkles with many colours. Other South Australian fossil material includes a juvenile hypsilophodontid vertebra from Andemooka, and an ankle bone of a large ornithopod, perhaps something like Muttaburrasaurus, from Coober Pedy. Talk about or Write about
Verb to be ( am / is / are ), Present Simple, positive sentences and contractions Created by: Nikita Kovalyov Updated: May 2004 [ To be - Positive Sentences & Contractions ] [ To be - negative forms and contractions ] [ The verb to be - yes / no questions ] [ The verb to be - Information questions ] Chose the correct form of the verb to be - am/is/are. Click on the words in the correct order to make positive sentences with the verb to be. Present Continuous Tense when to use; how to form; ing forms of the verbs; English action and state verbs; the difference between the Present Continuous and the Present Simple tenses; test. Present Perfect Tense - when to use; how to form; how to use yet already, for and since; the difference between the Present Perfect and the Past Simple tenses
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