Christmas When did it start? Why do we have Christmas Trees? Who is Santa Claus? Learn about the history of this festive holiday. <A HREF=" Christmas is on Thursday, December 25, 2014. Here's a chart that shows what day Christmas is celebrated from 2012 - 2022. We have lots of kids games for Christmas. Play Christmas themed Jigsaw Puzzles, Mazes, Word Searches, and Strategy Puzzles. Free printable coloring book pages for kids of all ages. Share Christmas jokes with your relatives and friends to bring a smile on their face and brighten their day. If you are looking for children's books about Christmas, here are some great books, including Christmas picture books. Brighten up your Christmas dinner by making festive decorations for your dinner table. Wish your friends and family a Happy Christmas by sending a free musical postcard to someone you know! Make a wish list for Santa or write a thank you note on our Christmas stationery. Watch videos about Christmas.
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Christmas worksheets, Christmas flashcards, printable Christmas games, Christmas cards, Christmas party supplies and lesson plans materials to print Christmas Flashcards Set 1: vocabulary: Santa Claus, a reindeer, a sleigh, a snowman, Christmas lights, a bell, an angel, an elf, a bow, mistletoe Free Christmas Song to download: DreamEnglish.com has written a version of Jingle Bells to match the vocabulary in the MES Christmas flashcards set one. It's a free download you can use in your classes. Got time? Make your own Christmas worksheets: bingo, board games, crossword puzzles, dice, reading, writing worksheets and more! free Christmas listening tests, listening exercises, audio and worksheets Free Santa Game: Santa and his reindeer have been trapped in mazes!! Tools for Educators is an MES site with 10+ worksheet generators to make vocabulary and language building teaching materials, using the images from these flashcards. 123 Listening is a website developed by MES and Dream English. MES Games is an online ESL games site for students. Print old MES files: here are the old (2006~2014) christmas files Christmas Handout
Official NORAD Santa Tracker Genki English » Last Minute Party Game! Maria has just sent in this fantastic twist on the traditional Pass the Parcel game. I think you might like it - I know I used to do when I was at school! The Preparation: 1. Prepare a parcel by wrapping a small toy in wrapping paper (or newspaper!) 2. 3. The Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Pretty cool, eh, a traditional game and lots of English practice. As I say I used to love this at Christmas time when I was at school. And for your higher level groups Maria has written out a really nice set of questions you could add into the layers of the parcel: e.g. Name 5 animalsWhat color is a hippo? Thank you Maria! And do let us know if you like it in the comments! Merry Christmas! P.S. Press the "+1" button if you like this! « Help Please: What does Santa do?
Teach them English Christmas Games Run Santa Girl, run! Collect gold rings and Christmas presents scattered around the North Pole while dodging all of the enemies and obstacles along the way. Frosty is missing and Santa needs your help to find him. Rudolph is missing and Christmas will be ruined if he isn't found. Practice counting skills in this fun online game. Match groups of 3 or more items and score big in our fun Christmas matching game! Look at each picture math equation. Use the clues to solve each word in the puzzle. Find the matching cards. It's color by number! It's color by Alphabet! Complete the pattern. Time to color by squares! Match the words to the pictures. Are you ready to make some really delicious chocolate reindeer cookies for Christmas? Christmas is here and the princesses have gotten together for their annual Secret Santa party. Create a Christmas picture using mosaic tiles. You have endless possibilities to style funny Santa's beard in this Christmas edition of Real Haircuts. Help Santa kiss Mrs. Oh no!
The Guilty Elf - 20 questions game Genki English » New Christmas Spot the Difference Quizzes Over on the forum Margit was saying how she has used Spot the Difference quizzes to generate lots of conversation in both her kids & adult classes. Margit also also asked for a few more games. So always wanting oblige, here are two new Spot the Difference quizzes, first a really easy one to go with the Let’s make a snowman lesson, where you can say things like “His hat is green” or “The scarf is blue etc And a slightly tougher one to go with the Gingerbread House lesson (can you get them all?) I’ve made both of these freely available for anyone to download, so if you have any teacher friends who you think might find them useful, be sure to send them the link to this page! And after all the touring, TED and special offer chaos I’ve now got a couple of light weeks before Christmas so if you have any more requests of things you’d like me to make for you, do put them up in the comments! Be genki, Richard P.S. 1. 2. 3. 3 Comments