Welcome to
ESL Printables, the website where English Language teachers exchange resources: worksheets, lesson plans,  activities, etc.
Our collection is growing every day with the help of many teachers. If you want to download you have to send your own contributions.

 

 

English worksheets  > contributions by David Lisgo

 

The author



David Lisgo
David Lisgo
website Japan



That´s me, my wife and our daughter in the photo. We have four children and a private English language School. I´m the only teacher. br I love making worksheets and games and I´m crazy about phonics. I don´t have many hobbies as I´m 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.

Points: 53707

 


order results: newest first - most downloaded first - alphabetically random order

 

Printables

 

PowerPoints

Online exercises


 
Quantifying Flash Cards: 17-24 of 24 not much and not many
Searched the net for "Quantifying Flash Cards" came up blank apart from some ´container´ cards, so I have designed my own. There are not many clouds in the sky. Key included.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: flash-card
Downloads: 73


 
Quantifying Flash Cards: 9-16 of 24 some and a lot of
Searched the net for "Quantifying Flash Cards" came up blank apart from some ´container´ cards, so I have designed my own and I´m sharing some more with you. There are a lot of books in the library. There is a lot of furniture in the van. Key included. From two days ago: http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=747569#thetop
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: flash-card
Downloads: 72


 
Countable Uncountable and Containers flash cards 1-6 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)? Maybe you´re a far better teacher than I, as I often end up with blank faces. Perhaps cards such as these will help teachers teach and students unders...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Type: flash-card
Downloads: 72


 
Quite the Opposite: illustrated fill the gap exercise with key
Hi, I´m having (and giving you) a break from phonics. I couldn´t find my opposites crossword so I decided to make this exercise as I must teach adjectives and opposites this week. I´m sure that most students will not need instructions, but if you see a blank page then give the student a little help until that "Aha!" moment.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 72


 
Days of the Week: Tuesday and Wednesday (4 worksheets, color and B & W)
Search the internet for worksheets dealing with individual days of the week. There is hardly anything out there, so to fill another gap I am starting this new series, which I hope you will enjoy. In choosing the sentences and graphics, I have tried to relate to the mostly happy events in the the life of children.
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 71


 
ABC mini-books Dd and Ee: Colour, B & W and blank books (6 pages plus suggestions for use)
Finding suitable vocabulary for the Ee worksheet was difficult. Children never ask What is an eggkid? some teachers do. I have no answer. Back to work today (Thursday), so less time for this task but I will surely continue to the end. Thanks for your comments. I envision that you will use different worksheets with different classes but if you prog...
Level: elementary
Age: 3-8
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 71


 
Whose are these? Flashcards 1-8 of 24
Here are some newly made flash cards for practicing the possessive s with "Whose are these?" and occupations. "Whose CDs are these?" "They are the singer´s CDs." or "Those are the singer´s CDs." I decided to have fun and give each card its own border. If you print the back, it will be easy to keep the cards together and the right way up.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-14
Type: flash-card
Downloads: 71


 
Numbers 1-12: posters 3 of 3 in full colour
These posters go well with my number worksheets which I uploaded sometime ago. They are designed mainly for display purposes so that your students can check their spelling of numbers but you can also use them for speaking practice. “How many cats are there?” “Show me Top Cat.” “How many mice are there?” “What are they doing?” “Do you have mice in y...
Level: elementary
Age: 3-14
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 70


 
Family Flash Cards: 25-32 of many
I designed these for use with my Intense activity-cards here http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=746033#thetop and elsewhere. "My brother catches fish." "My sister writes emails." Do you want more of these? Wish you had a different brother? No problem.
Level: elementary
Age: 4-17
Type: flash-card
Downloads: 70


 
a, an, the: color and B & W
The Japanese language doesn´t use articles, so even advanced speakers have difficulty with them. Actually I think my young learners did better than some of my adult students with this one. An answer key (as if you need one) is included as well as some ideas for teaching articles.
Level: elementary
Age: 4-11
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 70

 

Found 0 PowerPoints

Found 0 online exercises