Celebrate spring and Earth Day with your ESL students! This is a collection of fun activities to help students learn about Spring and Earth Day while reviewing the Simple Present, the Simple Past, the Present Continuous (Progressive), Contractions, Comparative Adjectives, and Prepositions of Place (using graphics of recycling boxes and classroom items). This collection of activities is designed for beginner/high beginner or early intermediate English language learners.
Included are writing activities related to the topics of Spring and Earth Day (with copyright free photos from wiki.commons.org).
Also included is a group activity that will give students an opportunity to discuss Earth Day, recycling, and pollution and to record their observations in writing.
An answer key is included as well as well as an information note to the classroom teacher.
This set of activities can be used anywhere in the world and as such I have avoided any words that are spelled differently in American, British, Canadian, Australian English, etc.
An answer key is included. Attractive graphics are used throughout, courtesy of littlered whose products may be purchased at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Littlered.
Thank you for looking at my product! Please check out my store for more ESL lessons and activities. If you are looking for resources for Earth Day for non-English Language Learners you might be interested in the following:
The Environment 14 Graphic Organizers
Earth Day Informational Texts and More
Earth Day Bundle of 2 Resources
Earth Day Vocabulary Activities Grades 6-8
The Language of Earth Day Informational Text and Activities Grades 6-8