Hey, here is a simple, free printable that you can download and use for personal use.
Let the children's creativity go wild! Usually I'm the one that does the creating, but this week I decided to let them design their own game boards, and it was wonderful! I was surprised how much the kids liked this activity, and the vocabulary that they needed for the games was practical, high-use words and … Continue reading make your own board game
I play a lot of games with my English students. Currently they range in age from three to eight years old, and most all of these games work for this age group.
What I love about this book is the repeating vocabulary and funny storyline that captivates children. It's the perfect book to build a lesson around for little English learners.
"My pirate ate gummy bears for dinner last night!" As an introduction to past tense irregular verbs we played a hilarious game which I have titled What did your Pirate eat for Dinner last Night. When I say "hilarious" what I actually mean is that my little students (age 6 and 8) were laughing hysterically, … Continue reading What did your Pirate eat for Dinner last Night?
This is a great game to play at home with parents, nanny or grandparents. You might call it the "English Pizza" game.
Kids need to move! I believe that children learn even better when they can alter between focused learning and MOVING!