4 Christmas Activities to Use with Your ELL Students

4 Christmas Activities to Use with Your ELL Students

Christmas is a perfect topic to use when teaching your students English in December. Even if they don’t celebrate Christmas, most of your students will find it fascinating to learn about a n ...
Fun and Easy Word Association Games for Students

Fun and Easy Word Association Games for Students

Whether you want students to learn new vocabulary words or just encourage them to think outside of the box, word association games can help. The main goal of a word association game is to help stu ...
Top Gifts for English Language Learners

Top Gifts for English Language Learners

Formal instruction is not the only component of a quality language learning program. People who are working hard to learn English can benefit from other products and resources designed to help the ...
Tools for Your Students' Creativity Toolboxes

Tools for Your Students' Creativity Toolboxes

Creativity is not just an art - it takes place within policy making, game strategizing, problem solving and lesson planning. It’s a long process that comes in many forms, starting from the r ...
Tips for Teaching American Culture to ESL Students

Tips for Teaching American Culture to ESL Students

While the United States is not the only place English is spoken, it contains a culture that many English language learners find intriguing. Students may be exposed to American companies, such as M ...
Strategies to Improve Student Confidence in Writing

Strategies to Improve Student Confidence in Writing

Writing can pose unique challenges for students who are learning English. Often, the processes involved with writing differ from the processes involved with thinking. Students have to stop and thi ...
Give Your ESL Students a BOOst with These Halloween Themed Language Activities

Give Your ESL Students a BOOst with These Halloween Themed Language Activities

Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s a great excuse to share some American culture with your ESL students. Here are some fun ways to bring the celebration of all hallows eve into y ...
Using GIFs and Memes in the ESL Classroom

Using GIFs and Memes in the ESL Classroom

If you use any sort of social media sites these days, you're probably very familiar with GIFs and memes. Memes are constantly being shared on Twitter and Facebook, while GIFs now crowd the comment ...
Using Audio as a Teaching Tool

Using Audio as a Teaching Tool

Want to spice up the lessons in your classroom? Try incorporating some audio. From listening to music and spoken word pieces to recording their own voices, their many ways to help students learn ...
6 Lessons Using Smartphone Cameras

6 Lessons Using Smartphone Cameras

Almost everyone has a smartphone these days, so why not start using this technology to help you teach? The best ways to get started is to use the camera feature. Getting your students talking abou ...
Superlatives: Important Rules

Superlatives: Important Rules

This is a very simple worksheet. It contains the Rule of the Superlative form for students to complete. It also contains examples for students to understand it better. i.e The Burj Khalifa is the ...
Parts of a Fish

Parts of a Fish

KS1 Science - Identify & name basic body parts. This science worksheet asks children to label the different parts of the fish using the words from the word bank. There are also some fun facts ...
Superlative Adjectives

Superlative Adjectives

Practising superlatives cards for pair work or work in groups of three. Give your students a chance to exchange ideas based on their personal experience. Cut out the cards which contain questions ...
Christmas Around the World Coloring Page

Christmas Around the World Coloring Page

Take a break from the stress of learning and bring some relaxing holiday fun into the classroom with this Merry Christmas Around the World coloring page. Younger students can be asked to describe ...
Christmas: How To Writing Prompts

Christmas: How To Writing Prompts

Help students learn how to give directions and write how-to pieces with this short Christmas writing prompts. For most of the prompts, the first step is provided, but students must provide the sec ...
Christmas Reading: Santa Clause is Coming to Town

Christmas Reading: Santa Clause is Coming to Town

You better watch out, you better not cry. You better not pout, I'm telling you why... Read the lyrics to the popular Christmas song "Santa Clause is Coming to Town" with students, and then have t ...
Comparatives and Superlatives: Size

Comparatives and Superlatives: Size

This simple and useful worksheet can be used to assess comparative and superlative endings for base adjectives (-er / -est) to express degrees of comparison. Great to use in a grammar lesson on de ...
Categorizing Words: Which Does Not Belong?

Categorizing Words: Which Does Not Belong?

In this worksheet, students are provided with groups of words. One word in each group does not belong. Students must determine which word that is. To expand the activity, have students explain why ...
Categorizing Words

Categorizing Words

In this worksheet, students are provided with lists of words and must name a category that fits the words in each list. For example, the topic for a list containing oranges, bananas, apples, cherr ...
Noun + Noun Collocations: Food

Noun + Noun Collocations: Food

This worksheet can be used to practise 'noun + noun' collocations and help students understand the importance of word order in this kind of structure using some common food vocabulary. The words c ...