Halloween board game
word guessing cards
questions + unjumble words cards
Who am I – Guessing and drawing activity
Test yourself – Are you a witch?
Create your own test
The perfect potion – writing task
Preposition flash cards
The whole project has 10 pages and includes the instructions (+ lesson plan), the dice, all the flashcards (pictures and questions) as well as the puzzle.
You need: the famous book "Diary of a Wombat" by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley, scissors,
English Language Arts, EFL - ESL - ELD, Literature
Includes facts about:
Christmas Banned (historical info)
Students can read the information alone or in pairs, e.g. one students reads the first four parts and
A colourful Advent calendar with 24 tasks for your students.
The calendar can be cut out or students can just tick off the numbers day by day.
Vocabulary (advanced vocabulary)
Two dice games
Bingo (pictures) x 10
Do/does, has/have, negation
Christmas Tree, Rudolf, the Red Nosed Reindeer, We Wish You a Merry Christmas (fill in the
Six different dice for young learners! They have to throw one of them, name the item they see and form sentences, e.g. 'It is six o'clock.' or 'I dressed up as a witch last Halloween.'
Those dice can also be used for board games. They are very easy
This set contains flash cards, a prepositions die and a matching worksheet.
Students can match images only (if you print them out twice), sentences only or they can match the pictures to the sentences.
I hope you'll find it useful! Have fun!
1) What is a fraction?
2) Color the fractions
3) Which fraction is greater?
4) Adding fractions when the denominators are the same
5) Label each fraction in numbers and words
6) Add up all fractions and write the answer in the umbrella
* vocabulary (with definitions, e.g. drought = a shortage of rainfall)
* pair work - What can we do to save our planet?
* writing (article or report including tips how to save the environment)
Environment is licensed under a
4 pages with different pictures and statements (related to Christmas); Students practice pronouns, negation and third person 's'.
Example: 'He doesn't like ice cream but he likes chocolate.'
*Please rate* - Thank you :)