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David Lisgo
David Lisgo
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Thats me, my wife and our daughter in the photo. We have four children and a private English language School. Im the only teacher. br I love making worksheets and games and Im crazy about phonics. I dont have many hobbies as Im a busy man but I do try to make time for ESLPs and everyone here. br You may see my materials in my facebook group (BAH) and on ELTNews in my blog.

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Clipit Cards 41-60 of 60 with backs
Print, laminate and cut out the cards. Scatter the cards and give each child a clothespin/peg. The child attaches it to one of the words and, if correct, keeps the cards. These can also be used in flash card games. They will look a lot more professional if you give them backs.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-11
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 92


 
Phonic flash cards and posters: 5 pages
I have slowly been decorating my new classroom and would like to share these resources with you. As before if they prove reasonably popular then I will make more. The anchors (top sheet) can be used as flash cards and/or mini posters. I am going to cut them out and stick them on the wall above the phonic posters. David, how do you spell green? /...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-12
Type: Choose
Downloads: 92


 
Christmas Bingo boards 8-10 (of 10)
This is the last of the boards. Go to my account to find more. I may upload more Christmas worksheets as we draw closer to Christmas. Usually I play with just 18 of the 24 riddle-calling cards and then each child will end up with at least 1 bingo and everyone finishes the game at the same time. If we play in the Christmas party then they get choco...
Level: elementary
Age: 3-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 91


 
Countable Uncountable and Containers flash cards 19-24 of many.
Have you ever taught countables and uncountables in English only and then tried showing students how we can move from uncountable to countable using containers and then numbers (noun-adjectives)? These will help students distinguish between How much? and How many?
Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Type: flash-card
Downloads: 91


 
Know Your Numbers 7, 8 and 9: colour and B & W (six worksheets)
After the child has completed the worksheet have him read it. Also ask questions like "How many boys?" or "What are the boys doing?" Number to words to simple sentences. I will do at least numbers 1-12.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 90


 
Capital Track U in full color, black and white and blank.
This is the last one for now. Maybe there will be more capitals in future, but I need to give it some thought as I do not want just more of the same. If you missed any just go to my account and click on Newest First. I am using the capital letters A, E, I, O and U to introduce vocabulary with long vowel sounds. Suggestions on how to use the worksh...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 90


 
Capital Track L in full color, black and white and blank.
This upper case L has a different vocabulary set from the lower case letter. This was quite straightforward to make. Suggestions on how to use the worksheet and a key can be found inside.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 90


 
Capital Track R in full color, black and white and blank.
This upper case R has a different vocabulary set from the lower case letter. I have thickened some lines keep the child on the right track. Suggestions on how to use the worksheet and a key can be found inside.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 90


 
fruit and vegetables track race with instructions
I made this a while ago and I can say that it is a fail proof worksheet, at least in my classroom. Great for learning fruits and vegetables and expressing likes and dislikes.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-14
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 90


 
Capital Track J in full color, black and white and blanks.
This upper case J has a different vocabulary set from the lower case letter. I have thickened some lines keep the child on the right track. English does not have a set stroke order so some of you may use a different stroke order, for example you may not have the horizontal line at the top, in this case you can make your own; I have included an ext...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 89

 

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