Superhero Behaviour Chart & Tracking Sheet! [classroom management tips]

Are you having trouble getting your little ones to listen to you? Are you looking for a way to introduce classroom rules and expected behaviours to the young learners? This is a fun way to get your young learners to listen and behave in your classroom! You need: -clear classroom rules -the Superhero Chart & … More Superhero Behaviour Chart & Tracking Sheet! [classroom management tips]

Easy and Affordable Snowman Hand-Craft for Children – Winter Crafting

I usually have a hand-crafting activity on my last lesson of the year, so that my students can start their holiday season with a good feeling 🙂 However, as this is a snowman craft, you can do it anytime during the winter! This year, we decorated a peg and made a snowman! It’s super easy … More Easy and Affordable Snowman Hand-Craft for Children – Winter Crafting

Extra Emotions Vocabulary Activity – worksheet for your EMOTIONS lesson!

Hi there! In addition to the previous vocabulary game, you can also add this great worksheet to your emotions lessons with your young (kindergarten) learners or primary school ESL students! I usually use them as a reviewing activity, or as homework. This is a super simple worksheet! Just let your students trace, draw and color … More Extra Emotions Vocabulary Activity – worksheet for your EMOTIONS lesson!

“Are you Happy?” Game – Emotions Vocabulary Lesson

Hi there! Today is all about the emotion. I do this lesson fairly early on especially with the younger  (kindergarten or primary 1&2) students, as it’s very engaging and we all have great fun! If you want to teach your students the emotion vocabulary – such as happy, sad, angry, sleepy, in love, scared, surprised … More “Are you Happy?” Game – Emotions Vocabulary Lesson

Days of the week!

Days of the week flash cards are here! We always read “The very hungry caterpillar” by Eric Carl when we cover this topic, too!   We then use the flash cards which the same food from the book is printed on. You can play Memories together, or ask “What” or How many” questions to check … More Days of the week!