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Lacey Kitch

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This/That/These/Those worksheet
Practice with demonstrative adjectives: this, that, these, and those. Students are given a picture of something, for example two bears, standing far from or near to the īspeakerī, and must fill in the demonstrative adjective in a sentence like "These bears are sad."
Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 110

Lesson plan: teaching parts of the body and numbers 1-10
This is a lesson plan I devised to teach parts of the body to a 4 year old and numbers 1-10 to a 2 year old. These lessons were one-on-one but the ideas should work well (maybe even better!) for a group or class. The plans should be good for any age under 5 or 6, and work well for kids who donīt know how to read and write yet.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-5
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 45

Lesson plan: teaching b and p sounds to 4-6 year olds
This is a lesson plan designed for a Thai K2 class, which consists of 4-year-olds through 6-year-olds. The target language is pronouncing /b/ and /p/ sounds. The kids especially liked identifying sounds by holding up b and p cards. The lesson should work well for any mostly non-reading and non-writing class.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-6
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 12

Play versus Go sports worksheet
Worksheet for younger students, designed to practice using "play" and "go" correctly. Students are given a picture and the name of the action and write "I go running." or "I play football.", etc.
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9

Adverbs of frequency activity cards
These are cards for an activity wherein students work in pairs and tell each other how often they do the daily routines shown at the time specified, for example, "I usually brush my teeth at 6:00 am." The cards can be cut apart or just used as a sheet, and the times can be mixed and matched with the activities, providing lots of practice.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 5


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