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What Are They Doing? Describing a Picture --Present Continuous
Students can practice Present Continuous with two pages of fill in the gap sentences describing a humorous, zany picture by Berry Martin of all sorts of mayhem occurring in the school. The image for this worksheet´s sentences (not included in this worksheet) can be found at http://www.jigsawsuk.co.uk/product/shop-by-brand/gibsons-2/gibsons-707...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 50


 
What the Earth Looks Like - an original story about different perspectives
This is a story I wrote featuring several perspectives, modelled on the idea of the blindmen and the elephant story. All of the pictures are from pixabay.com and are in the public domain. To keep the file size down, I reduced the images. I recommend that after downloading the worksheet, you resize the images to larger sizes. This will enable the st...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-12
Type:
Downloads: 28


 
When I got sick
Elementary level reading exercise to practice simple past. The story of a child getting ill is told from 3 perspectives: the mother´s, the sister´s and the sick boy´s point of view. Coloring pages illutrations of the friut and vegetable stand, boy´s sickbed, and girl reading. Labeling body parts and clothing of girl. True false comprehension quest...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-10
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 31


 
Where is Everybody?--A Birthday Surprise--rooms of the house, present perfect, present continuous
Tom arrives home from school and no one is home. As he searches every room, he gets hungry, Then he hears music and checks the backyard, where everyone has been waiting to give him a surprise birthday party.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-11
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 143


 
Which one or Which ones? Practice choosing the correct form for questions
March is National Nutrition Month. I used nutrition based questions to practice choosing "which one" or "which ones" in a question such as "Which ones are citrus?" A sample lesson plan on food preferences is available here https://app.box.com/files/0/f/0/1/f_51611422205 . Many thanks to Mada_1 for the template! All images are in the public domain. ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 15-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 122


 
Who took my phone?--Prepositions (in ,on,under, between, behind) + verb forms
One of our teachers was inquiring about a worksheet using a cell phone instead of a ball or plush toy. I couldn´t locate one, so I made this one. Thanks to Jecika for the template.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 101


 
Who vs. whom pronoun usage
This worksheet provides practice using who and whom.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 94


 
Whooz in the News? You are. You are the prime suspect in a crime and must create a believable alibi.
Page 3 of a multi-part worksheet (was too large so I had to split it into pages). Page 1 is the reading. Page 2 the student is the prime suspect in a crime that was committed during the recent black out in Brazil. The student answer the comprehension questions and puts together a believable alibi from the information for where he was when the crime...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 13


 
Whooz in the Nooz? You are. page2
Page 2 of a multi-part worksheet (was too large so I had to split it into pages). Page 1 is the reading. The student is the prime suspect in a crime that was committed during the recent black out in Brazil. After reading the article on the blackout, the student has to answer the comprehension questions and put together a believable alibi from the i...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 7


 
Whooz in the Nooz? You are. You are the prime suspect and need an alibi.
Page 1 of a more part worksheet (was too large so I had to split it into pages). Page 1 is the reading. The student is the prime suspect in a crime that was committed during the black out in Brazil. He has to read the article to put together a believable alibi for where he was when the crime was committed. Subsequent parts have the comprehension qu...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 6

 

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