Students always find it hard to express themselves with emotions. Instead of saying the usual emotions like “sad” and “happy”, these 7 feelings and emotions worksheets explores how we feel.
Sell something that nobody wants to buy like a pushy salesperson. For example, you can use forks to eat food, comb your hair, open cans, mix ingredients and clean pans.
Roll the dice. For each square that you land on, say the number on the square. Finally, take turns with your partner until you reach the end of the board game.
Shiritori is a popular Japanese game in which players have to think of a word beginning with the final letter of the previous word. Players improve their vocabulary and spelling by creating a long word chain.
It’s not always easy picking a career because there are so many options available. We explore career paths with this list of common occupations. For each picture, they associate the correct job.
In pairs, students ask each other the list of questions in the sheet. After answering all the questions, everyone can find out their perfect job by counting how many “YES” answers.
In this job title definitions activity, students get familiar with the various types of jobs by matching the job title with the definitions.
What would Christmas be without the classic Christmas song “Jingle Bells”? As students listen to “Jingle Bells”, they have to put the sentences in the correct order.
Word searches help students recognize patterns making it an excellent cognitive exercise. In this Halloween word search puzzle, it emphasizes spooky Halloween vocabulary terms.
Halloween is a scary, yet fun time. But these are two contradicting emotions on October 31. This means that there’s no better way to teach them Halloween adjectives with jack-o-lanterns.