Have you ever wanted to be a detective? Now, you can with 7 detective activities. Like Sherlock Holmes, you get clues and solve challenging puzzles.
These ESL exercises are a controlled way to practice a particular language aspect. For example, we focus on the parts of speech which include nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions and more.
We’ve all been there. Standing in the front of class with nothing. Completely empty-handed. These 13 free ESL lesson plans help you build your English class
If you could have any superpower in the world, what would it be and why? For example, you could be the strongest man or woman in the world. Or, you could be the fastest.
If you could pick any of these dogs to be your pet, which dog would they pick? Can they think of any adjectives that describe their dream dog?
This Family Feud style worksheet helps kids reflect on their future jobs and the types of jobs is different for each country. Students guess the top 10 jobs children want to be in North America.
From their native tongue to English, students translate a typical text message they would send with their friends. Students write a typical text message of two casual friends, parents or anything
Is there an emoticon that describes your mood? Find several emoticons in the worksheet that describe how you are feeling and write a sentence using them.
Students brainstorm different uses for a “multi-purpose item”. For example, you can use forks to eat food, comb your hair, open cans, mix ingredients and clean pans.
Each student writes down their likes and dislikes. Next, the teacher collects everyone’s answer. After reading everyone’s answer aloud, can you identify who it is?