Newcomers need lots of visuals and language reinforcement. Hang these signs around the classroom and watch them start to use the words on their own! Each card has an accompanying picture for reinforcement. Simply print out on cardstock, laminate and
Do your students struggle with figurative language? Try using Jenga! This file includes 80 well known (to them and you) song lyrics that'll have students singing aloud as they play and review. Students simply pick a colored piece and corresponding
Social Studies is often the most difficult subject for ESL students. In order to aide comprehension of the American Revolution, students will need visuals. This set of 36 words students will encounter when reading about the Revolutionary time period
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, EFL - ESL - ELD
Looking for a way to get students hooked on reading? Hang these colorful posters of first lines from Young Adult literature and watch student's curiosity peak! Hang them in your reading area or reading nook, around the classroom or even on student
Got some nonspeakers in your class? Help them adjust and learn some basic (and useful) English phrases by hanging these Spongebob posters in your class! Regardless of how long they've been in the country, most students are familiar with Spongebob
There are two different versions included. The first version is for low beginners and includes only two options in the present tense. Students will need to choose between the correct form of the verb based on the sentence. Students will also have
The Outsiders graphic organizer is focused specifically on the characters. Students will fill in the information either before reading or as characters are introduced in order to help comprehension. An activity to describe the individual characters
English Language Arts, EFL - ESL - ELD, Literature
Introducing Shakespeare to your ESL class? These word wall cards are designed specifically for students learning English and can be used when introducing Shakespeare, as they are general words that correspond to a biography of his life. Each word
Students often struggle with nerves when attempting to speak in a new language, worried that they won't remember the words correctly. No more! Simply tape these bookmarks to their desks and they'll have the phrases right at their fingertips.
Have your low beginner ESL students been struggling with the different forms of to be? Use these simple task cards for independent or small group work to reinforce the verb. Each card has either a sentence or a question with the form of be left out.
Hang these bright and colorful posters around the room to help students remember the question words! Included are three different backgrounds for each word (chevron, stripes or polka dots). Simply choose which background you want to display or mix
There's been a mix up on Mount Olympus! The description on the right does NOT match the God or Goddess on the left. Students will enjoy reading the short first person descriptions of the god/goddesses and matching them to the correct person.
Hang these colorful posters around your room to help students remember the question words. Each poster includes the word in Italian and English and also includes a picture of something relating to Italian culture as well.