Tag Archives: game

Recycling

17 May

Watch this fun song to learn more about recycling!

Click here to  play a recycling game!

Download the Wanted for recycling book

(Source: www.scdhec.gov/environment/lwm/recycle/pubs/wantedcb.pdf)

Check out what we did in class…here you can download the phrases students learnt for their presentation.

Recycling with CEIP San Miguel from Katherine Newman on Vimeo.

Citizenship recycling worksheet By Chris Baldwin
Keep a list of items that you recycle at home! 

READ/LISTEN TO A STORY

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Animals and their sounds!

14 May

SING A SONG AND LEARN ANIMAL SOUNDS!

WATCH A FILM ABOUT THE JUNGLE

Animal Jungle Movie - Preschool Animals

LET’S LEARN ABOUT SOME ANIMALS

Click the picture below to see FARM ANIMAL flashcards!                                          Check out the jungle animal flashcards too!

Animal Farm FlashCards - Preschool Animals
Animal Jungle FlashCards - Preschool Animals

READ A STORY ABOUT GUS THE DUCK (from starfall.com)

Gus the Duck

LET’S PLAY SOME GAMES!

Click the picture below to create your own ANIMAL FARM!
Learn English with Me!

Count the animals on the farm:
Animals on the Farm Game - Preschool Animals

Play the jungle game!

Animal Jungle Game - Preschool Animals

 

MIXED UP ANIMAL BODY
Animal maker - LearnEnglish Kids - British Council

WORKSHEETS

Animal body parts book

animal parts and bodies

Color the fish

LISTEN TO A STORY

THE BUSY SPIDER by ERIC CARLE

THE MIXED-UP CAMELEON

ABC ZOO (BBC)
ABC zoo - LearnEnglish Kids - British Council

Word Games

10 May

A great way to improve vocabulary and grammar is to play a fun game!  Here you’ve got some links to some great sites where you can learn.  Hope you enjoy!

 

Sushi Spell from BBC

http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/freetime/games/sushi-spell

Word Wangling

http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/freetime/games/word-wangling

Many Games- including vocabulary and grammar! 

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2literacy.html

http://www.everyschool.co.uk/english-key-stage-2-words.html

Scramble-Saurus- different categories such as Sports, Science and Geography

http://www.funbrain.com/scramble/index.html

Young Kid English Games

http://www.funbrain.com/kidscenter.html

Phrasal Verbs- easier level

10 May

You can use these phrasal verbs with kids and make a role-play activity where they can act out the phrasal verb and have other students guess the action.

SOURCE: TimeSaver Phrasal Verbs & Idioms

Mother May I

9 May

PRINT these cards to play with your ESL class.

What’s the Time, Mr. Wolf? Outdoor Children’s Game

9 May

Today, it’s nice and sunny.  We are going to go outside and play this game!

Watch this video to learn how to play or read the instructions below:

http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-play-whats-the-time-mr-wolf

What’s the Time, Mr. Wolf?

For this game, one child is chosen to be the wolf. The wolf stands about 10 feet away with his or her back to the rest of the children. The children call out in unison: “Mr./Ms. Wolf, what time is it?” The wolf returns the call with a response of 1 through 12 o’clock—turning around to face the other children as he or she does so.

The children will then take as many steps as the time announced. For example: Let’s say the wolf says it’s 10 o’clock—the children can take 10 steps forward. There is no limit on the size step the kids can take—they can take huge steps or little steps.

When everyone has taken a step, the wolf turns his or her back to the other children again and the children cry out the same question. It keeps going this way until the wolf finally says “dinner time!” The wolf turns around and chases the children. The children have to run back to the start line. If they make it to the start line, they are safe. The wolf has to try and catch at least one person to become the next wolf.

(SOURCE: http://fun.familyeducation.com/games/party-games/45744.html#ixzz1uNlV7Db2)

Past Simple- Verb “to be” GAME

23 Apr

Download the following cards/pictures:

Was/Were game cards

Teacher instructions

(SOURCE: Elementary Grammar Games by Jill Hadfield. Longman)

DOWNLOADABLE WORKSHEETS

“to be” past simple
“to be” past simple #2 

Past Continuous

17 Apr

past continuous grammar (SOURCE:  Oxford Spotlight, page 38-39)

Click the following link and play a game!  You must write the question according to the answer:
http://englishgrammarsecrets.com/pastcontinuous/exercise5.html

In this activity, you must match the sentences, using the past continuous.

http://englishgrammarsecrets.com/pastcontinuous/exercise1.html

Finally, at agenda web you can do many many activities!
http://agendaweb.org/verbs/past_progressive-exercises.html

Adjective Order

12 Apr

Here’s a great activity

SOURCE: “The Grammar Activity Book” by Bob Obee © Cambridge University Press, 1999

Now, you can practice here!

http://www.better-english.com/grammar/adjord.htm

Feelings and Emotions

21 Mar

How are you feeling today?  Are you happy or sad?  I’m happy because today it’s officially SPRING!

Here is a link to the feeling dominoes:


http://www.scribd.com/embeds/89042780/content?start_page=1&view_mode=list

You can play this game by matching the picture with the emotion.  When you make a match, you must say a sentence.  For example:  “I am tired today because I didn’t have a nap”

For lower levels, a simple sentence such as “I am tired today” is good.

Also, check out this review game with MES English http://www.mes-games.com/feelings.php

BBC’s Scottish Website has an excellent interactive activity: http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/health/feelings/flash/index.shtml?swf=base

Here’s an E-book you can listen to!