Teach English through Drama – CHRISTMAS MATCH GAME

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Looking for a Christmas activity that gets children communicating and asking simple questions? Here’s a festive game that encourages children to practice question forms and review Christmas vocabulary. Target language: “What do you want for Christmas?” “I want…..” Age: Children 6+ You’ll need: Christmas vocabualary flashcards, cut in half Give each child “half” a Christmas…

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Bob The Elf On The English Classroom Shelf

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Bobble Elf (Bob for short) is a Christmas character that helps teach children English by bringing excitement and magic into the classroom. He motivates children to communicate in English and rewards their participation and efforts with mini-surprises at the end of each session. He’s an ideal festive teaching prop to keep on your classroom shelf…

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Teddy Bear Drama Game For Kids

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If you’re looking for a drama game that is simple to teach and quick to learn- Teddy Bear Teddy Bear Who Am I? can be introduced and practiced in under 3 mins!! This drama game helps children focus their energies and overcome their embarrassment of speaking in English. Children often get so carried away with…

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3 Simple Ways To Get Children Speaking In English

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Finding simple and quick ways to help young language learners understand question forms and respond to them correctly can sometimes feel like an uphill struggle for teachers. 🥵 Children have the tendency of getting confused with similar sounds for example: How are you? And how old are you? Or phrases like: I’m angry and I’m…

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Mr Panda teaches children English

Kids English Theatre

Are you looking for a storybook for your next English session? A story that is both memorable and easy to understand? It’s often tricky finding a suitable storybook for young language learners that uses uncomplicated language, includes beautiful and clear illustrations that help children’s comprehension and above all a story that will engage their attention…

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Spooky Halloween Chant for ESL Kids

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Celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year with your English students with the Halloween Chant. It’s terrifyingly easy to teach and children will learn it in a flash.  Have them dress up in monstrous costumes and let them set their imagination and free! The Spooky Halloween Chant It’s scary It’s spooky It’s Halloween night Here…

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What Makes a Teacher Unforgettable?

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We have just completed this September’s 5-Day Intensive training course in Florence with some amazing teachers from around the globe, all with different backgrounds and teaching experiences. It was great fun!🤩 I’m always super excited about meeting new groups and I usually start the first day of each teacher training course with a simple question:…

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Game of the Week – Count and Balance

Kids English Theatre

Sometimes the simplest games are the most fun. Count and Balance (suitable for children 4+) You’ll need your trusty magic wand for this game. – Have everyone standing in a circle. – Explain that they are going to count to 50 (10 for younger children) standing on one leg with their eyes closed! – If…

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