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libertybelle

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English ESL teacher. I�ve been teaching music and English since 1984. I teach English from grade 2 to 10th.I am also an English lyricist.
Many of my worksheets are made to activate and keep the students busy by reading, answering questions, pair-work and puzzles. Hope you like them.

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Richard Cory by Edwin Arlington Robinson
Richard Cory by the American author, Edwin Arlington Robinson is one of my favorite poems. There are so many layers in this poem and it can teach us that money doesn�t necessarily make us happy. My kids love this poem. Hope you do too.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 15


 
Holiday Fun!
Holiday Fun is a worksheet for the younger learners. There is Christmas/Winter vocabulary training, a word-search to re-enforce new words and writing activities suggestions for using words in sentences. You can also talk about the pictures in class. Key is included. Happy Holidays everyone here at ESLprintables!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 23


 
Our Town
OUR TOWN is 3 pages of reading, questions and a wordsearch. Lots of new words to describe places in a small town. This will keep your younger learners busy! NO GRAMMAR. You can use a lot of time talking about your own town too. For the younger but not absolute beginner students. Enjoy!
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 1595


 
Child Overboard! (a story in pictures)
Child Overboard! is a story in pictures. I use this as pair work. I�ve added questions, grammar and writing exercises. A really good worksheet for getting the students to talk with each other. Can also be used for adults. This is 2 pages long.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 138


 
Mary Ann - Reading for Absolute Beginners
Mary Ann is a reading worksheet for ABSOLUTE beginners. Easy language for the young learners! They�ll love it and be very proud of being able to read. There are questions and exercises on page 2. Enjoy!
Level: elementary
Age: 4-9
Type: reading
Downloads: 208


 
Jack and Josie - Reading for Beginners
The next story for absolute beginner readers. Vocabulary is simple winter, clothes and color words. There are two pages of questions for understanding and NO GRAMMAR at all, just the joy of reading for the small ones! Enjoy!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Type: reading
Downloads: 301


 
Peter�s Christmas Wish
A black/white little reader for the younger learners. There�s a little story, questions, and coloring. Christmas vocabulary. Easy to use because it is in BLACK/WHITE so your students can make this ws their own!! Your class can make a little sketch or/and work in pairs discussing what they see in the picture. Happy Holidays L
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 46


 
Fall
When my class has read, discussed and answered questions, I then ask them to find all the verbs in present tense. Later they can write the verbs in past. You can also look for nouns - so a little reading story can often be used for much more.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-12
Type: reading
Downloads: 15


 
Fruits and vegetables
I made this to spice up my ws and give my students something pretty to look at. Just add your own text boxes, activities and enjoy. Please give credit where credit is due. Thanks!
Level: elementary
Age: 3-17
Type: template
Downloads: 0


 
GLOBAL WARMING - the invastion of jellyfish
GLOBAL WARMING - is an article I adapted from Sky News about the climate changes happening in our own backyard. How people�s vacations are now being ruined by gigantic Mauve Stinger jellyfish. My students were very interested because it hits so close to home. There are questions for discussion and a bit of grammar too.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 101

 

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