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Homeless Turtle
Norman Spores
United States



I am back! I have been away for a while, although I have been stopping in periodically to see how you guys were doing. I am a teacher living in Japan and this site has made my life so much easier. Although I am being pulled in many different directions right now, I thought it necessary to make a renewed effort to give something back to this community and all you wonderful Teachers!

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How Many or How Much?
I made this to help my students understand the difference between how much and how many. We are doing a section in the text book dealing with countables and uncountables and this really helped me get my point accross. I hope it helps you!
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 55


 
ALPHABET BINGO ( plus call sheet )
Students Love Bingo! They can practice reading and writing their alphabet. Hand out an ALPHABET BINGO sheet to each player. Each player fills out their ALPHABET BINGO sheet by selecting 16 letters from the "blackboard" at the top of their card. After all the players have completed filling out their sheets, the game begins! The teacher will call out...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 56


 
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Halloween Lesson)
This is one of my favorite Halloween Stories; my students have so much fun learning about this very spooky tale!It was written by Washington Irving in 1820 and is considered to be a classic piece of American literature, Disney made the cartoon version of this way back in 1949. I have included a plot summary which may be used by the students to intr...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 115


 
I have a Spell Chequer
I came across this poem during my travels throughout the World Wide Web and I thought I would share it with you. I find that my students tend to rely almost exclusively on the spell checker in their computers and donīt understand the importance of learning a few basic spelling rules. This Poem helps to illustrate what Iīm talking about. I hope that...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: reading
Downloads: 9


 
Halloween Alphabet Mini Cards 1 of 2
You can all stop worrying about me now, I have returned, (brand new name, same cool stuff!) Halloween is one of my favorite Holidays and who better to celebrate with than the fine folks at ESLPrintables! I have used this to play many different types of games with my students and we had a blast! I have included our top three favorite games on pg 2. ...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 109


 
Make your own calendar activity: part 2 of 3
A fun way for students to practice the Months Of The Year! First, they fill in the speaking bubble with whatever dialogue they think fits the cartoon. Then they flip the page to see what the Artist gRon Wheelerh had originally written. My students loved this activity, after we were done; we practiced the days of the week and began to fill in our ...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 69


 
Mardi Gras
I made this for my Japanese students, to help introduce them to Mardi Gras. I included a short reading/listening comprehension quiz with it. The article can be read by the teacher or students and then they can take the quiz to help gauge comprehension. It made for a very fun and intresting class! I hope it does the same for you.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: article
Downloads: 31


 
That 70īs Show Guess Who Game
My adult students really enjoy this game! That 70īs Show is popular Fox tv show and my students really like the series. I had to upload the game cards and boards seperatly, due to the size restrictions. The game is designed to last only a short while, which is why there are only 9 characters. We play until all the characters have been guessed. Each...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 18


 
Make your own calendar activity: part 1 of 3
A fun way for students to practice the Months Of The Year! First, they fill in the speaking bubble with whatever dialogue they think fits the cartoon. Then they flip the page to see what the Artist gRon Wheelerh had originally written. My students loved this activity, after we were done; we practiced the days of the week and began to fill in our ...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 78


 
Happy Valentineīs Day (reading/listening comprehension quiz)
I teach English in Japan and I made this for my 7th grade class. Itīs a short history on the holiday, which can be read by the students or out loud by the teacher. Their is a short quiz at the end to test comprehension. I know itīs not very exciting, but this is the first thing I have posted, so I will try to get better at this. I hope this helps.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Type: Choose
Downloads: 36

 

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