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Bingo Card Generators

Bingo Card Generators
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Kids songs, ABCs, videos, & free flashcards from Super Simple Learning Sandie_Mourao_FL_corners_handout.pdf Resource books Realbooks in the primary classroom – Mary Glasgow Scholastic This is a photocopiable resource book in the Junior English Teachers series by Mary Glasgow Scholastic. It was thanks to the enthusiasm of Opal Dunn and Andy Cowle that the book was written; it was published in 2003. It provides activities to accompany nine picture books, all published by Scholastic: As big as a pig; Pudding Face; Wait and See; Ketchup on your cornflakes; Wake up Charlie! Inglês no 1.º ciclo – práticas partilhadas ASA Editores This remains the only publication in Portuguese of this type and is a handbook for pre-school and primary teachers of English, in Portugal. Big Books. This is a resource book for the Spanish market, so the notes have been translated into Spanish. The Puppet show, Poppy's pot and Big books and little books. Orientações Programáticos – Ministério da Educação Through my work with APPI I was asked to write the guidelines for teaching English in the last two years of primary education.

ESL Flashcards Here you will find a collection of hundreds of flashcards for ESL kids. Each flashcard set has both small (four on one A4 sheet) and large (two on one A4 sheet) versions. There are two copies of each card, one with a word describing the picture, and the other without a description so that you can write your own. This is particularly helpful with differences in American and British English. The flashcards are saved as .pdf files which are opened in your browser with Adobe Acrobat Reader or other PDF reader. Most computers already have this installed but if not, you can download it here for free. Below the vocabulary list for each flashcard theme, there is a 'Single Flashcard Wizard' which you can use to print individual cards instead of a whole set. To get started, choose a flashcard category from the list on the right.

ESL Lessons for Kids, English for Primary school kids, 3rd Grade English Video Lessons For Primary Schools The English lessons below are for primary & elementary level school kids. Most of the lessons are videos or available as Powerpoint download with embedded sounds. All the work has been done. ESL Beginner/Elementary Lessons -3rd Grade ESL Primary/Elementary School Lessons Grade 3 Lesson 1: Days of the week: What day is today? Video Lessons by Unit & Level Level 1 Course Video Tutorials Unit intro – Alphabet & Phonics Resources. Aim: Teach letters of the alphabet Unit 1 – Greetings - Hello Aim: Teach basic greetings – Hello, Hi, Goodbye. Unit 2 – What’s your name? Aim: To teach kids how to say their names. Unit 3 – How old are you? Aim: Teach kids how to say their age and learn numbers 1 to 5. Unit 4 – Numbers – How many? Aim: Teach kids how to count from 1 to 10. Unit 5 A – Colours – What colour is it? Aim: Teach kids how to describe things through colours. Unit 5 B - Colours Vocabulary Aim: Teach colours vocabulary Unit 5 C - Green Monster Colours Lesson Hide

Teaching Kids Online – ESL Games and Activities for Virtual Classes with Young Children - Tea Time Monkeys This is certainly a fun activity that is great for getting kids moving around. However, for it to be successful you’ll need to figure out a way to manage it properly. A lot of teachers seem to be recommending Scavenger Hunts for live-stream classes with preschoolers, although I’m not sure how they control the time. I can easily imagine a situation where the kids run off from the computer to find the items and one or two don’t reappear because they are obsessively looking for that one particular teddy to show to everyone else, and it absolutely can’t be any other teddy. Or they get distracted because they find another toy they haven’t played with in ages and completely forget about the class! Especially for 3-6 year olds, you’ll need to ensure parents are right there with them to keep kids on task. Personally, I can see it working really well as a follow-up activity that children do in their own time.

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