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SHAPES - free teaching resources

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Resources · 26/4/2018 15:10:00
Tags: shapesteaching_materialsteachingresources
Are you going to teach SHAPES to your young learners? You can use free teaching materials from the Teacher's Zone website. 

1. Flashcards

Flashcards are the most useful material for teachers to introduce and practise vocabulary with children. 
Click the pictures below and download two sets of the shapes flashcards. You can choose one of three versions:
  • shapes and the labels, 
  • shapes and the labels with phonetic transcription,
  • pictures of the shapes without labels.

Teaching shapes    


Flashcards for shapes vocabulary

If you need some ideas how to use these shapes flashcards click here.

2. Poster

Instead of flashcards, you can use a poster with shapes vocabulary. Print the poster and attach it to the board or just display on the screen to teach names of the shapes.

Click the picture below to download the shapes poster.

Poster for shapes vocabulary

Click here to find some poster activities.

3. Worksheets

For more practise or as homework, print some of these worksheets. To download the printables for shapes vocabulary, click the picture:

Printables for shapes vocabulary

If you find these materials useful, give them the thumbs-up or leave a comment.
Thank you and enjoy teaching with the Teacher's zone website!




FAVOURITE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE - speaking activity

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 16/4/2018 15:34:00
Tags: speaking_activityfoodfruitvegetables
Speaking activity for young learners to practise fruit and vegetables vocabulary and questions about their likes and dislikes.

FOOD GROUPS - word game

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 20/3/2018 15:28:00
Tags: foodfood_groupsvocabularyactivitygames
Spin the bottle and let your students practise any food vocabulary.

HOUSE PAIRS

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 12/3/2018 12:59:00
Tags: houseroomsfurniturevocabularyteaching_ideas
Try this activity to practise house vocabulary - pronunciation as well as spelling. If it is necessary introduce or revise the vocabulary before the game. I hope your students will learn a lot having great fun.

CAN YOU ...? - ice breaker activity

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 5/3/2018 12:18:00
Tags: sportsspeakingcanice_breaker
An involving activity to encourage students to get to know about their classmates' skills and abilities. It is a great way to practise vocabulary for free time activities and the modal verb 'can'. This task can be used to stimulate students to speak English in class as well as a simple ice breaker activity.

YUMMY!

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 26/2/2018 13:38:00
Tags: foodspeaking_activity
Practise or introduce some food vocabulary talking with your young students about their likes and dislikes.

ANIMALS - FINGER PUPPETS RHYME

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 18/2/2018 15:49:00
Tags: animalsactivityspeakinggreetings
Your students will enjoy participating in this super simple and easy to remember rhyme if you use finger puppets to introduce a new set of vocabulary.

DRAW A MONSTER

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 14/2/2018 11:39:00
Tags: bodyvocabularyactivity
Speaking activity for young learners to practise parts of the body, numbers and colours.

PLAY AND GAMES IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Tips · 28/8/2017 15:37:00
Tags: teaching_tipsmethodology
Children learn a foreign language through play and games. Active learning presuposses a lot of advantages, however teachers can meet some problems. What take into consideration to make sure your students get all the profits?

AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW - ST. PATRICK'S DAY IDEAS

Published by john@teachers-zone.com in Teaching Ideas · 7/3/2017 16:54:00
Tags: craft_activitySaint_Patrick's_Dayrainbowteaching_ideas
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day (17th March) with your students you can choose some of these activities.
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