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MarionG
Marion Wilbers
Netherlands



Hi, my name is Marion. I´m from Holland but I´ve been living and teaching in Israel for some years now. This website - and its warm, wonderful community of contributors - is a true gift. I hope you find my contributions as useful as I do yours.

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feelings board game with score cards
students can start anywhere they want on the board, they throw a die and go to the corresponding square. They read the situation and decide which feeling is appropriate. If the feeling is on their list (each list is for three players, there are four different lists) they tick it off. The first to fill his list wins. Some feelings appear a few times...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-100
Type: others
Downloads: 177


 
Comparatives song: "Anything you can do, I can do better" 2 pages
A fun song to teach comparatives. Originally from the musical "Annie get your gun" but now there are tons of great animated videos for the song on youtube. Vocabulary is very basic and easy to follow. first page has ful lyrics, second page exercises to complete series adj.-comperative - superlative and to write sentences. Hope you like it, Marion
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 172


 
How does he go to school? (Transportation)
follow the path to find out how these kids go to school. Practices third person sentence structure and transportation vocabulary. Studetns need to write name of mode of transportation under the pictures (wordbank given)and complete sentences "He goes to school by....." Hope it is useful for someone... Marion
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 171


 
asking and answering questions about Transportation board game
Boardgame to practice asking and answering questions (1st and 3rd person. Means of transportation vocabulary. Game includes big die with different questions and instructions on how to play. Everything is fully editable so you can adapt it to your needs....Hope you like it, marion
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: others
Downloads: 168


 
Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare and Love story by Taylor Swift
Some of my students wanted to learn the song "Love story" by Taylor Swift (which has a great video. since the song recounts the story of Romeo and Juliet I decided they should know that first :). I re-wrote the Romeo and Juliet Story in easy Enlgish for them. It isn´t always easy to make out the exact words of Swifts´ song so I made exercises (gap ...
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 164


 
describe a monster
After drawing a lot according to instructions, it is time to write themselves! All key words are provided as well as correct word order so no excuses for spelling mistakes! After a lot of fun with songs and games, this is the ´real work´ on body parts vocabulary!!
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 163


 
to have grammar exercises with school items.
Practice do you have/does he have as well as have/has. Vocabulary relates to what we have in our school bag. It is fully editable. I used my students´ names but those can be easily changed. Hope it is useful for someone, Marion
Level: elementary
Age: 6-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 163


 
What a wonderful world - song
This is for my first lesson after summer. I´ve been told the classroom might not be ready for use so I made something we could even do in the hallway. It´s a great ´feel-good´ song with easy vocabulary to set the mood for a great year! Enjoy, Marion
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 163


 
Jobs board game - 2 A4´s put together
Students read the text in black (i.e. You look sick, you should go and see a...) and then they jump to the name (in big colorful letters) of the correct profession. some descriptions will have them return a few squares(like a returning toothache :)Print out both A4 pages and glue together to create 1 big game. Hope you like it... Marion
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: Choose
Downloads: 157


 
present tense ´to be´ and personal pronouns (school items)
I needed a sheet on the verb to be with easy vocabulary. I combined it with our current school objects unit. There is an exercise on personal pronouns, basic am/is/are gap fills, short answers and negative sentences. Spacing is wide enough to write comfortably on the sheet itself and it is in black and white for easy photocopying... Hope you find ...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 155

 

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