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Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Downloads: 2057

101 ELT GAMES! 15 pages of communicative activity ideas!
Keep your classes fresh and fun with a new activity every day! This is a list of games and activity ideas I have collected. If you are like me, I know these games but I use them and then forget about them until I look at the list again and then I try them again. Many of these activities are adaptable for multiple levels and ages. Have fun!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-100
Downloads: 1954

MY SUPER BOOKMARKS! (EDITABLE!!!) - FUNNY VOCABULARY BOOKMARKS FOR KIDS (numbers 1-100, alphabet, colours, body parts and days of the week) 2 pages B&W version included
This is a set of funny vocabulary bookmarks for young learners. It includes: numbers 1-100, alphabet, colours, body parts and days of the week. They will help your kids to remember some basic vocabulary. Cut them out and give them to your students. They will combine having fun with learning English!Good for revision. With B&W version. You can ask y...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 1925

MY SUPER BOOKMARKS PART 2! - FUNNY VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR BOOKMARKS FOR YOUNG LEARNERS ( to be, to have; months of the year, irregular plurals,personal and possessive pronouns, farm animals) EDITABLE WITH B&W VIRSION!!!
The second part of funny grammar and vocabulary bookmarks for kids.It includes: verbs to be and to have, months of the year, farm animals, irregular plurals and pronouns. They will help your kids to remember some basic vocabulary and grammar. Cut them out and give them to your students. They will combine having fun with learning English!Good for re...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 1905

One more grammar-guide which is suitable for teens and adult students. This time it is on the difference between the verbs MAKE and DO. It consists of 2 pages: 1- grammar explanation; 2 - a list of useful phrases with MAKE and DO.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1314

"Are you Addicted to the Internet/ your Mobile Phone?" - QUIZ from Upper Elementary to Advanced Students
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Students learn different ways of expressing likes and dislikes and then do several exercises. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice weekend!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 1196

MY SUPER BOOKMARKS PART 3! _ FUNNY GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY BOOKMARKS FOR KIDS (2 pages: Present Simple, Presenr Cont., Ordinal numbers 1-1000, present and past forms of to be, common irregular verbs) EDITABLE!!!
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Level: elementary
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 Study and then complete.


A) FOR: responsible, crazy (or about), sorry (or about), famous, anxious (or about).

  • The drought has made farmers anxious the harvest.
  • They’re crazy old motorbikes.
  • Marie Curie is famous her contribution to science.
  • Who is responsible  this terrible mess?
  • He sounded very sorry himself on the telephone.

B) WITH: annoy (ed), angry (with someone; at something), patient, busy (or at).

  • I was annoyed him for not coming to the meeting
  • I got really angry her.
  • They were angry the way they had been treated.
  • The kids are busy their homework.
  • He’s a good teacher but he doesn’t have much patience the slower pupils.

C) OF: afraid, certain, conscious, jealous, sure, north / south / east / west.

  • I’ve always been afraid heights.
  • Can we be certain the truth of what she said?
  • He gradually became conscious the fact.
  • George is jealous his younger sister.
  • Is there anything you’re not sure .
  • The best beaches are in the south the island.

     D) TO: close, cruel, harmful, obedient, new.

  • I don’t know about her relationship with her father but she’s very close  her mother.
  • Children can be very cruel one another.
  • This group of chemicals is known to be harmful  people with asthma.
  • The army is quite unlikely to be obedient the new president.
  • Our next – door neighbors are new the area.

      E) AT: expert (or in), good, sad (or about), clever.

  • Gwen is expert finding bargains.
  • William is an expert early Christian art.
  • He’s good running.
  • She’s very sad me, because I couldn’t make it.
  • Fiona is very clever physics.

F) FROM: different, far, safe, away.

  • We live 5 Km away each order.
  • Emily is very different her sister.
  • She doesn’t live far here.
  • We’re safe attack now – the enemy planes have gone.

G) IN: deficient, fortunate, weak.

  • The team was deficient several important areas.
  • He was fortunate his choice of assistant.
  • He was always weak languages but strong at science.

H) ON: dependent, easy.

  • It’s very easy to become dependent sleeping pills.
  • The teacher is much too easy the boys.

I) ABOUT: worry (ied), curious, sorry, excited.

  • Babies are curious  everything around them.
  • They very excited  the new film producer.
  • Don’t say you’re sorry what happened if you don’t mean it.
  • It’s silly worrying  things which are outside your control.



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