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The Guilty Elf - 20 questions game Дядо Коледа за деца Дядо Коледа за деца. Лесно, като следвате последователноста, може да направите този дядо Коледа.Брадата е много подходяща за направа от малки деца. Ако предварително приготвите нарязани лентите и им покажете, децата ще се справят без проблем. Не се изискват и някакви специални умения в рисуването и затова не сме дали шаблони, по които да се изрязва. След като направите лицето и червената шапката, прегънете един бял лист и с ножичка направете разреци (вижте на снимката по-долу). Изрежете очи, нос и мустаци. Вижте още: ESL Kids Christmas Games & Activities Christmas Lesson Plans: Free ESL KidStuff Christmas Lesson plans: Check out our wonderful Christmas lesson plans which are tailor-made to use in your kids ESL classroom. Christmas Games & Activities: Candy Cane Hockey: Make 2 goals on a table (using jellybeans as goal posts). Take another jellybean and use candy canes to shoot it into the goals (TP: V: candy cane, shoot, goal, win, lose, winner, loser, jellybean. F: giving instructions to play a game). Candy Cane Horseshoes: This game is similar to the throwing horseshoes game. Candy Cane Pass (Relay Race): Supplies: 4 candy canes per team (have a few extras due to breakage). Christmas Cards: Supplies: card, colored pens/pencils, glitter. Christmas Stocking Relay: Supplies: one stocking for each team, one spoon for each team, one bowl for each team, some wrapped candy. Christmas Tree Decorate: Cut out a large tree shape (a triangle with rounded corners) from poster board and pin to a wall in the classroom. Who am I Santa? Christmas Songs:

Christmas adverts and the power of social media Back in England the launch of the Christmas adverts seem to signal the start of the Christmas period; from then it’s viewed as acceptable to start Christmas shopping, watching Christmas films and just generally getting excited about the festive season. There always seems to be a competition between the department stores and supermarkets as to who can release the best Christmas advert, and so far it seems to be between the story of a loveable penguin from John Lewis (a big department store), and the retelling of the truce in the First World War from Sainsbury’s (a big supermarket), which has divided opinions amongst people. Social media plays a big part in the battle to have the best Christmas advert, as people can share their opinions and reactions to the videos. I don’t think the launch of Christmas adverts are seen as such a big event in France as they are back in the UK. Note from editor: The two adverts that Chloe mentions in her post are easily found on YouTube.

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: 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. Check out the site and song! 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

HOW TO DRAW Santa? Mom, how should I draw Santa Claus? Show your child how to draw Santa, an angel or a deer… in a few easy steps. Santa Claus Christmas deer An angel And here are some instruction sheets with a blank area for drawing. These fun images are composed of easy geometrical shapes. This type of drawing fosters imagination as kids go beyond mere coloring and start creating pictures of their own – to very satisfying results. See more HOW TO DRAW instruction sheets: 10 Easy Christmas Crafts to use in your lessons | ESL KidStuff Blog There are so many great activities you can do in your lessons in the lead up to Christmas. Here at ESL KidStuff we have a lot of Christmas games & activities, Christmas themed flashcards and worksheets as well as craft sheets. Crafts are always popular, kids of all ages love doing them, and they can really liven up your kids lesson. Here are 10 great crafts you can use in your Christmas lessons: 1. Older kids can write a Christmas message inside the card and for smaller kids you can help them write their own message (even get them to trace over a message written lightly in pencil). A nice idea is to have each student give their card to another student (in an envelope if you can stretch your budget far enough!). We have some Christmas Card templates in our Crafts section. 2. All you need is pine cones, glitter, cotton balls, small beads threaded onto some cotton or dental floss and a star for the top. Then simply follow the steps here. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.Picture Frame Ornament. 10.

ELLLO Views #839 Canadian Santa Anja: So, Fred, tell me, how is the Santa in Canada? Fred: Well, Anja, I think, listening to the story that you just told me, I believe that it's quite different. Anja: Is it? Fred: It's very different because, well, actually, Santa Claus comes on the 25th of December. Anja: Oh, really, so they live in the North Pole and not in the forest like the Swiss Santa Claus? Fred: No, they live in the North Pole. Anja: That must be cold. Fred: Yeah, well you see, it's true yeah, you're right. Anja: Oh, he does? Fred: Yeah, Mama Santa Claus. Anja: Oh, really, I didn't know that. Fred: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Anja: Oh, really. Fred: Yeah, I think so, so Santa Claus has a lot of work right. Anja: Oh, poor Santa Claus. Fred: And so the kids write a list, and so for instance if somebody wants a bike, he writes, 'I want a bike' and then the list is being sent to the address in the North Pole. Anja: Oh, so better be good if you want your presents. Fred: That's right.

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?

Papier-maché till jul Du behöver • Lim (och vatten att spä ut med) • Tidningspapper • Tejp • Ev stomme av glasburk och hushållsrulle Om man vill att figuren ska få lite stadga kan man göra en bas av en glasburk och sen ställa i en hushållsrulle. Knöla ihop tidningspapper och forma din figur med tejp. Fortsätt tills du är nöjd. Spä ut lim med vatten. Klipp tidningspappret i mindre bitar och doppa i limmet. Låt torka och gå sedan lös med färg.

ELLLO Views #1347 Commercial Christmas Abidemi: So Rory, do you think holidays these days ... do you think they're too commercial? What do you think? Rory: I mean, they really are commercial aren't they? Christmas especially. It seems to start earlier and earlier every year, so now you hear Christmas songs like in November and maybe even in October, and the stores start to have decorations. Abidemi: That's true. Rory: And things like St Patrick's Day --- when I was a kid --- my family's Irish. Abidemi: That's true. Rory: It doesn't seem to be related to St Patrick at all. Abidemi: That's true. Rory: I guess just that companies see it -- the way to sell more products.

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.

Virka ett luciatåg - DIY Sweden Fortsätt att virka ihop m två och två tills alla m är slut. Ex1:Varv5:(3fm,öka1) x6=30m. Varv5:Virka1fmivar ochenavde3förstam. Ex 2: Varv 8: (3 fm, mins- ka1)x6=24m. TärnaHUVUD OCH KROPP Virka varv 1–15 i beige garn. Varv 4: (2 fm, öka 1)x6 = 24. Varv 6: (4 fm, öka 1)x6 = 36 m. Varv 8: 42 fm. Allers 46/11 Virkas i vitt garn. Varv1:Start=6m. Virkad stjärngosse: Stjärngosse HUVUD OCH KROPP Varv 8: 42 fm. Varv 4: (2 fm, öka 1)x6 = 24. Avsluta med 1 fm och 1 sm. Virkas i gult garn. Virka varv 1–14 i vitt garn. Varv 3–4: 9 fm.

It's July - so time for Harrods and Selfridges to open their Christmas shops This years’ theme is ‘A Crystal Christmas inspired by Swarovski,’ so customers can expect a glittering exhibition. There are over 250,000 decorations alone, and prices in the store range from £1.95 for a tree decoration, to £2,999 for a life-sized Santa Claus ornament. And for the first time there will be an ice-rink on the roof. Selfridges also launched it's Christmas display early. Customers were invited into a wintery world despite temperatures outside soaring to 77F (25C), the festive atmosphere told a different story with Christmas trees, tinsel, Santa hats and best-selling Union Jack baubles decorating the shelves. Its 'hot list' for 2011 includes Christmas trees up to 8ft high, which will set shoppers back a hefty £159, and exclusive stag and polar bear faux fur hats for £100 - a cult item in Japan. And, after a slow start, customers began to make their way to the tills with their early festive buys. She said: “I think it is brilliant. “I love the decorations here, they are beautiful.