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Coffee Shop Talk
A worksheet that covers the basics of ordering coffee in a coffee shop, including choices for size, type of drink, flavors, and specializing orders. The menu could easily be used for a role-plays involving taking orders, and giving drink orders. Fun for any fellow coffee-addicts. Plus, Starbucks is pretty much the same everywhere!
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 72

Countable vs Uncountable Food and Drink
A worksheet to show how to form phrases, sentences, and questions related to countable/uncountable foods and drinks. "How much" vs. "How many"; "is/isn´t" vs. "are/aren´t"
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 52

Advice Column: Dear Abby
A fun writing/speaking activity for a lesson about love or relationships. Students read the Ann Landers / Dear Abby letter, and write their own advice to the person with a dilemma. Then, hand out the actual "professional" responses for them to read, and see how it compared to their advice. They can discuss whether or not they agree with Ann or ...
Level: advanced
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 41

You Are My Sunshine
A simple worksheet for young learners to teach the chorus of "You Are My Sunshine". Includes fill in the blank (cloze) and word search. A great easy song to spice up a weather lesson!
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 30

Octopus´s Garden
A cloze worksheet for listening to The Beatles´ song, The Octopus´s Garden.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 25

I´m Lost - Giving Directions
A worksheet to practice asking for and giving directions, using a simple map, street names, and the directions "left", "right", and "straight."
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 18

Comparing Animals Dice Game
This is a simple game that can be played using dice and any board game (such as shoots and ladders). Students roll the 2 dice (or one die, twice), and then compare the animals represented by those numbers using a comparative adjective in a sentence. Easy and fun! You can also adapt the activity to use something else, such as celebrities fr...
Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9


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