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.
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.
Saint Patrick's Day is coming. It is a great oportunity to come forth with some Irish symbols and traditions. Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day (17th March) with your students you can choose some of these activities.
Children are always fond of writing and making projects about their hobbies and interests. They are also interested in their friends free time activities. The idea is making a poster about sports your students can do followed by short presentation in front of their classmates.
Are you going to decorate your classroom for Halloween? Then you can find here some inspirational ideas. You should draw your students in preparing for the Halloween lessons or parties. Making crafts is also an excellent moment to talk about Halloween traditions in English speaking countries with EFL students.
Making a minibook is an interesting way to teach five human senses and revise names of the body parts. This craft activity encourage young students to read and give an oportunity to use their creativity.