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.
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.
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.
If your ESL students know lots of animal names, especially pets, but they need to practice the vocabulary in interesting context, try this guessing game ‘What pet have I got?’. Students feel comfortable to speak English, even those with low self-esteem or shy, when they work in pairs.
You are welcome to try a new set of resources which have appeared on the Teacher's Zone website. There are free flashcards and printable worksheets for the collocations with the verbs: make, play and ride to download.
Try this Tomato activity to practise asking questions with primary students in a funny way. The Tomato game does not need any preperation or materials. You can organize the whole lesson around this activity or use it as a filler game in your classroom.