School year started some weeks ago and we have been working so hard designing and developing an easy game for the first levels in order to check what students can remember. They loved it and it was a funny initial evaluation.
This strategy of initial evaluation helped me determinate the level of my pupils in the first courses of Primary Education without anyone noticing that they were under evaluation and let me know how is the previous level in order to build up a didactic plan about what should be the planification of the curricular elements for the students.
We used a dice, a set of flash cards, a set of question cards and a set of instruction cards.
I’m sure that we’ll use it more times troughout this academic year!!!!
What ́s the weather like today? Is it sunny? Is it rainy? In Autumn, the weather is continually changing.
How can Steve get home? Come with Steve and Maggie and learn all about the weather.
Learning English with Steve is fun and you can find more stories at http://www.wowenglish.com .
Gogo’s five years old….and you….How old are you? Let’s learn the numbers from 1 to ten with Gogo.
How old are you? song by Genkienglish is a popular song amongst little kids. They love jumping and moving while they sing it. Why don’t you try it with this mini lesson?
Check out how these children enjoy it!
Mingle game is a fun way to practise the question “How old are you?” with little kids.
Children have to mingle together and when the chant finishes everybody asks a kid How old are you? . The child responds and everybody has to get into groups of that number and sit down.Take a look at this video.
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Seven Steps is a simple counting song for young children. You can use it to count objects, march around the room, or just sing and clap.
This is my children’s favourite song to learn numbers. They love it! And you might add a few more actions to make it funnier !!!!!
Here is a picture of a number. For example, the number ‘1’. How do you spell this number? It’s o-n-e. Can you hit o, n and e on the balloons as they go past? You must hit them in the right order!
Remember – you have three lives for each number!
Neste xogo aparecen debuxos de números. Por exemplo o número 1. Sabes deletrear este número en inglés? Podes disparar os globos cando pasen para escoller as letras que necesitas? Recorda que tes que explotar os globos na orde correcta. E sobre todo non te esquezas de que só tes tres vidas para cada número.
There are sixteen cards in this game. Eight of the cards have pictures and eight of the cards have words. Click on two cards to match the word and the picture. Continue until you have eight pairs.
Neste xogo tes 16 cartas, oito cunha imaxe e outras oito con palabras. Clica sobre dúas para emparellar a imaxe e a palabra. Tes que formar oito parellas.
I like colours. And you?
Watch and listen
Please, listen carefully and try to repeat the colours.
Click on the colours and listen to its pronunciation…
Now, let’s play with these simple online games and enjoy practising the colours.
Here you have a collection of free printable worksheets to learn and practise the English vocabulary related to colours.
Why don’t we sing this funny song to learn the colours?