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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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How to Make a Leprechaun Hat for St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick’s Day is coming – Irish festival celebrated on 17th March. It is high time to make a Leprechaun hat. This one is not for putting on a head, but it can be used as a container to collect student’s works or a decoration of the classroom.
Published by Anna Sawa - 27/2/2021
Are you ready for spring lessons? On the Teacher's Zone website you can find catchy resources for spring flowers vocabulary to prepare CLIL lessons for EFL students.
Published by Anna Sawa - 14/2/2021
Colour Mixing CLIL Lesson Plan
Primary students love taking part in experiments. During this CLIL lesson they will identify colours, predict colour mixing results and carry out experiments on colours. I hope they will have a great fun and learn a lot.
Published by Anna Sawa - 7/2/2021
Developing Communication Skills Among ESL Students in Primary School
A vital goal of teaching a foreign language is developing students' communication skills. T In this post you can find some methodes and techniques how to improve foreign language skills in a child-friendly way.
Published by Anna Sawa - 1/2/2021
Lesson Plan to Introduce Winter Clothes Vocabulary
As it is snowy and frosty outside, the time is perfect to introduce winter clothes vocabulary to your young students. If you bring realia to the classroom your lesson will be memorable, motivating and enjoyable. Children will learn new winter words easily and they will remember them longer.
Published by Anna Sawa - 24/1/2021
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