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Pre-poetry reading activities can help the learner to be more prepared for what they are about to read and get ready for more complex tasks....
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This game is based off of the game BOGGLE in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. The purpose of the game is to discover as...
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Here are some fun Christmas classroom activity ideas that you can use to add a bit of holiday cheer and excitement before that much awaited winter break!...
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Can students find the safe zone before it’s too late? Or will zombies take over the world? Download this super engaging and fun conversation game now! File type: pptx ALSO...
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Check out these Halloween classroom activities as well as some games which will really get your students jumping up and down!...
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Here's a list of engaging classroom speaking activities which can be done in a variety of ways such as individual tasks, pair works or group activities....
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Here are some end of lesson activities and ideas that can be used for the remaining three to five minutes of you class time....
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In this writing activity, I prepare 10 of each of the following elements of a story: character, time, place and situation. I have my students select 4 numbers (from 1...
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Here’s a quick Halloween activity based off a Mexican holiday called Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. I know these are two different holidays but this activity...
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With a little creativity, teachers can also bring the visual power of photos into the classroom! Try these printable Instagram template now!...
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Here's a list of better Microsoft powerpoint alternatives for presentations that every teacher can try for FREE in their next lessons!...
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Formative assessment tools are a great way to measure a student’s performance before, during, and throughout the instruction process....
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Running out of tricks? Here are some quick ESL vocabulary games for young learners that every teacher can rely on anytime of the day!...
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This deserted island survival activity is based off the Lost at Sea team building game in relation to the book Robinson Crusoe in my literature class....
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In this fun abstract word art activity, kids practice building sentences then create paintings of the mad-lib sentences they come up with....
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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...
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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...
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Vocabulary Maps is the first context visualized workbook designed especially for visual learners who are learning a new language....
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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....
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