Here are some cards that you can use in class if you’re teaching/revising personality adjectives. They’re great for role-plays, miming or any other vocabulary games that you might want to use.
I’d love to hear some of your ideas on how to use these.
(Liking and sharing would really help: ).
Use these cards to practise functions related to manners and being polite. Print them on card, cut along the dotted lines and put them in a stack. Organize students in pairs or small groups and have them take turns drawing a card and responding to the prompt.
Some of the target phrases: “Thank you for…””Can I have…?” “Would you mind…?” Ëxcuse me, where is the…?””Nice to meet you.”
Download cards here: Manners.
Have fun! :)👓 💁🏻🐥
Use these to review or consolidate the past tense simple of irregular verbs.
Download here (black & white version only – for now: ): IrregularVbsCards.
I designed these cards with Starter kids in mind but I think they can work just fine with Movers as well. I use them with early finishers. If they finished the task they were working on, they pick a card from the deck and do what it says on it (all the activities on these cards are writing activities).
Just print them on card, cut around the dotted line, put them in a deck and keep them in the classroom. Download them here: EarlyFinishers.
Hope they help!
Christmas is not here yet but I’ve already made some conversation cards that you can use with your students on those first days of school in January. I get teachaholic like that: ).
You can download them here: XmasQuestions.
Let me know how it goes.
Happy holidays and a wonderful New Year full of magic teaching moments!: )
It’s been a tough week as I started teaching an intensive course to 10 and 12-year-olds on the topic of music. I’m making all the class materials myself. There is one more week to go and I thought of designing some conversation cards around the topics that I introduced in the classroom to help me with the revision. We talked about types of music, various artists, musical instruments and the materials they are made of.
So… if you teach a similar class, maybe the conversation cards below will come in handy.: )
Let me know!
Download the conversation cards here: Let’s Talk About Music.
Since I’ve taught the Present Simple recently, I made some conversation cards to help students use this tense with real-life situations and questions.
They can be used in one-to-one sessions or as pair work activity. Download here: Conversation Cards Present Simple.
And let me know how it goes; ).