21st Aug 2017

Running out of tricks? Here are some quick vocabulary activities for kids that every ESL/EFL teacher can rely on anytime of the day. They require little to no preparation and some can be given to kids and adult learners by […]

17th Aug 2017

This deserted island survival activity is based off the Lost at Sea team building game with a little tweak to fit my students’ needs. This is n relation to the book Robinson Crusoe in my literature class. In this lesson, students participate […]

20th Jul 2017

If you’re looking for a fun group project for 4 or more kids, wacky abstract word art activity is just the ticket. Offering writing practice and grammar review, this isn’t your average art project. Kids practice building sentences with different parts of […]

10th Jul 2017

Here’s a simple PowerPoint presentation I made, including editable fingerprints on word document. File Type: .zip File Size: 12 MB   ALSO TRY: DAY OF THE DEAD COLORFUL SKULLS

27th May 2017

This is a PowerPoint presentation you can use if you decide to let your students (individual or groups) create the puzzles themselves for their classmates to solve. You can assign each group their task (word categories) and explain the kind […]

6th May 2017

Well before children can read themselves they are able to learn from books with pictures. Looking through picture books such as Vocabulary Maps not only increases a child’s general knowledge and their understanding about the world but also promotes language […]

27th Apr 2017

As told by Ben Greensmith Moving to Logroño to teach was a bad idea: nothing went to plan and it was no fairy tale story of teaching English in Spain. My experience may serve as a cautionary tale for others […]

9th Apr 2017

In this simple game, students will guess the mystery word based on two or three pictures. The pictures are the clue to the puzzle so the students must be able to identify them first, then combine the words to get […]