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Cool warming-up activities! (In the wake of 10-minute-talks”)

I’m going to give you a short description of my favourite warming-up activities. For me it’s the way to let kids energy out and concentrate it on the lesson, so most of them are active. The games can be adapted almost to every topic, so they are perfectly suitable to be in your “cool-games-bank”!

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Crazy Food Cafe Project + free printables

Teaching English to very young learners through projects is a great way to involve them into the activities, build up their vocabulary and promote their speaking skills.

From my teaching experience projects and craft in English lessons help to speak out and involve in the lesson even those students who normally try to stay out of any activities and are not really willing to talk.

I’m glad to share one of my favorite projects that you can use with beginners or more advanced students aged 5 to 10.

The idea is very simple: we open our cafe, but it’s not an ordinary cafe. They serve only crazy food there. And here’s a step by step instruction that will guide you through the project.

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Watercolour Painting in the English Classroom

A magic technique that gives a great result

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Home sweet home

A usefull mini-book for lessons. 4 sheets of paper and an hour of craft!

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Teaching survival kit colours🎨

A part of the lesson on teaching colours for 8 y.o.

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Halloween super late lesson plan (voc-ry part)

Teach some Halloween vocabulary to young learners!

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Learning prepositions of place with realia and doodles

Using realia and doodles contributes to the better understanding and memorizing.

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Halloween Lesson Plan for 7-8 y.o.

I’d like to share with you my Halloween lesson plan for 7-8 y.o. students based on the songs from Super Simple Learning.

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