These well crafted worksheets give students a chance to trace the alphabet, try writing on their own, and do a simple dot-to-dot exercise. Hand them out as weekly homework to steadily build students English writing skills and confidence.
Just like the old MB game, this activity is a lot of fun. It takes a while to explain/demonstrate but once the students start, they really get into it.
Here are some free-to-download, bingo sheets with a super simple layout. 3x3, 4x4 or 5x5 layout with either one or two per A4 sheet.
Students really get into this game of ordering countries based on their geographic size. "Australia is bigger than Japan." is the grammar used and students really get a good go using it in this game.
In the "Do you know....?" Game, you're the game host of a Jeopardy style game and the JTE is the judge and scorekeeper! Your students compete in teams to accumulate the most points for fame and glory, or just stickers - whatever comes first!
This is a basic walking and talking activity using new English past tense for first graders in junior high. Download the excel spreadsheet and print out cards for the activity.
Here are some free-to-download, pre-lined writing sheets with either one or two per A4 sheet.
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