Speaking activity for young learners to practise fruit and vegetables vocabulary and questions about their likes and dislikes.
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'.
Practise or introduce some food vocabulary talking with your young students about their likes and dislikes.
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.
To practise question words and structures you should try 'Up Side Down Quiz' with your students.Working in groups children will feel comfortable to speak and have fun. All you need to do this activity is a sheet of paper for each group and pencils.
To avoid misunderstanding the learners have to differentiate between English sounds. That is why activities to practice sound pronunciation, word stress and intonation are crucial for the learning process.
Speaking activity to practise short dialogues and teach children toys vocabulary.
Speaking, listening and writing activity to practise present simple, daily routines and telling the time.
The aim of this speaking activity is to practise asking and answering questions in Present Simple. It can be used as an ice breaker activity at the begining of the school year as well.