Top 10 Tongue Twisters: True Teacher's Treasure?

Top 10 Tongue Twisters: True Teacher's Treasure?

Tongue twisters in the ESL classroom – yes or no? Although most don't make any sense at all, they can certainly help your students improve their pronunciation skills.
10 Fresh Roleplay Ideas for General English

10 Fresh Roleplay Ideas for General English

Role plays are an excellent way of getting your students to practise their English. They simulate real life situations and allow them to act out what they would do in a real situation. There ar ...
How To Energize Your Bored Students With This Great Game: Perfect For Any Level, Any Topic, Any Size Of Group

How To Energize Your Bored Students With This Great Game: Perfect For Any Level, Any Topic, Any Size Of Group

Jeopardy is a perfect ESL classroom activity for any level, any size of group, and any topic area. It’s extremely adaptable and can be used for almost limitless purposes: Review of the d ...
9 Ways To Bring Real Life Into The Classroom

9 Ways To Bring Real Life Into The Classroom

What do we usually do when we have to teach fruits and vegetables in English? We use flashcards and illustrations, right? But what if we were to bring a basket full of fruits and not only have stu ...
Teaching Capitals

Teaching Capitals

As with all rules in grammar, capitalization helps to convey a clear meaning. The purpose of capitalization is to portray the importance of different words to the reader. For example, the phr ...
Linking Verbs List with Worksheets

Linking Verbs List with Worksheets

In this article, we will discuss a type of verb that describes a state of being. These verbs are referred to as Linking, Helping, or Auxiliary verbs. Unlike typical verbs, these “to ...
Likes and Dislikes Worksheet Roundup

Likes and Dislikes Worksheet Roundup

Likes and dislikes are - arguably - the most important topic to teach anyone how to navigate. This skill allows us to express feelings about what’s going on, appropriately stand up fo ...
Inference Worksheets for ESL Students

Inference Worksheets for ESL Students

As students advance through their ESL journey, they often acquire good reading and comprehension skills, at least on the surface. However, they often lack inferential reading skills to find ans ...
Irregular Verb Resources: 21 Fantastic Exercises

Irregular Verb Resources: 21 Fantastic Exercises

If you have your lesson plan, but you’re struggling with the materials to bring it to life, you’re in the right place. Below we’ve hand-picked 21 of our favorite irregular ver ...
Synonyms And Antonyms Worksheets That Helps Build Vocabulary

Synonyms And Antonyms Worksheets That Helps Build Vocabulary

Building an extensive vocabulary is essential to learning and becoming fluent in a new language. Learning synonyms and Antonyms are great ways to help students quickly expand their vocabulary. W ...
Describing Words ppt

Describing Words ppt

  This PowerPoint presentation is all about adjectives (describing words). Look at the picture clue and give the describing words then remove the boxes to reveal the next picture clue. It ...
Learning about the Combustion Engine?

Learning about the Combustion Engine?

  This set of vocabulary exercises is for college students and those learning technical professions connected to automobiles, tractors and the like. The exercises can be used separately an ...
Learning And Teaching  Which Word Does Not Belong?

Learning And Teaching Which Word Does Not Belong?

  In this short worksheet, groups of words about teaching and learning are provided. Students must determine the one word in each group that does not belong and explain why.
Talking about you

Talking about you

  Use the 18 questions on this easy worksheet as an activity to get your students talking. Students can work in pairs or work with students one on one. The questions are targeted at A1 or ...
Idioms  Amazing things to have (body parts)

Idioms Amazing things to have (body parts)

  This collection of 10 idioms describes a body part, e.g. a green thumb, and shows the amazing things you can have. Suitable for self-study, there are three exercises: guess the meaning, ...
Demonstratives  This, that, these, those

Demonstratives This, that, these, those

  We use demonstrative pronouns like this and these to refer to people/things that are near us. We use that and those to refer to people/things that are NOT near us. Students choose t ...
Rhymes Match

Rhymes Match

  Learn how to pronounce rhyming words when the spelling is different by matching lists of rhyming words to their pronunciation. Students need to listen carefully to hear the correct match ...
Jobs double puzzle

Jobs double puzzle

  This puzzle can be used for warm-up activities or as a filler (fourth- fifth grade Primary School) to test spelling and review the vocabulary on "jobs". Students will unscramble the clue ...
Prepositions of time (in, at, on)

Prepositions of time (in, at, on)

  This grammar-guide sums up the main points concerning the use of prepositions of time. It focuses on "in," "at," and "on". It includes questions and answers to make it easy for your stud ...
Comparative and Superlative Rules and Notes

Comparative and Superlative Rules and Notes

  The first page contains grammar rules for the formation of comparative and the superlative adjectives. The rules of making adjectives comparative are divided into levels: inequality, equ ...