This list of 67 free ESL games will add a bit of fun to your classroom. All you have to do is: Download. Print. Teach. No permission is required to use.
How can you be more creative? You can practice how with these 10 brainstorming activities. Not only for teachers, but companies can use these brainstorming activities to tickle your creative juices.
If you want to get better at reading, then try some targeted reading comprehension activities including puzzles, matching, and short stories.
How many words do your students know? Do you want to boost it so they know even more? We have 5 vocabulary lesson plans to help you bump up your students collection of words.
The compound words game board is an extremely fun way to teach compound words. From start to finish, students collect compound words matching them together.
Students ask each other “where” questions. According to household items, they have to identify where the items are located. For example, where is the car? The car is in the garage.
Any age is the right age to start thinking about occupations. From identifying occupations, to the job search and to the actual job interview… This list of 5 job search activities explores job hunting from start to finish.
What do Superman, Robocop and Catwoman all have in common? They’re superheroes! Yes. But they’re also all compound words too. If you want to test out this subject, then try these 3 compound word worksheets.
Students have to match two words and form compound words. There are 10 compound words with only one answer. Connect the dots. Review and think of additional compound words.
In this Valentine’s Day Word Search Puzzle, you have to circle all 15 words. Like word find puzzle, it emphasizes boosting vocabulary that you always hear on February 14.