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Teacher's Zone is the website for primary teachers working with children aged 4-12.
It provides support in arranging well-organized lessons.

Teacher’s Zone contains a ready-to-use resource of inspirational vocabulary, speaking, reading and writing activities. A growing collection of free printable flashcards, word cards, posters and worksheets can be found here. Many practical ideas, teaching tips and lesson plans which can be easily adapted in different situations help to involve young learners and teach them effectively.

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Systems of linear Equations: Explained with Methods for Finding Solutions
Solving a system of linear equations has multiple methods available to find the solution. These methods include substitution, cross-multiplication, elimination, and more. However, we will focus on the elimination method and substitution method only.
Published by Jessica Helen - 13/4/2023
Stand up and sit down flashcards activity
The goal of this activity is to teach recognition of new vocabulary. When the children are able to recognize them confidently they are ready to use the language in productive way. You can use any vocabulary you need in this activity.
Published by Anna Sawa - 6/2/2023
Counting songs and rhymes
Counting songs and rhymes are fantastic teaching resources not only for children who learn to count in their own language, but also for ESL kids. Repeating the songs and rhymes over and over again students build their confidence in counting.
Published by Anna Sawa - 9/1/2023
Autumn game
Autumn time is a great opportunity to teach common vocabulary related to autumn such as: an acorn, a mushroom, an apple, grapes, leaves or a pumpkin. I would like to present an autumn game which is a perfect way to practice autumn vocabulary with young ESL learners.
Published by Anna Sawa - 18/11/2022
6 Ways to Revise Vocabulary with ESL Students
The best way to commit new words and expressions to long-term memory is coming frequently back to well-known material. Here you can find some worth to present techniques to revise vocabulary with ELT students.
Published by Anna Sawa - 17/10/2022
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