Using CompOund Sentences is a HUGE Fourth Grade Writing Skill that we work on all year!
Here is an anchor chart that can help you remember compound sentences.
Printable Emotions Sorting Game inspired by Disney-Pixar's Inside Out - Mom Endeavors
We are SO excited for Disney-Pixar’s newest movie, Inside Out, that hits theaters on June 19th! In fact, I had the pleasure of sitting down with the directors/producers of the film (Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera) at Pixar Studios and have seen about 2/3 of the movie so far! It’s SO good! My undergraduate degree […]
15 Grammar Mistakes You're Probably Making ⋆ Listotic
Making common grammar mistakes is different than using what you've learned from your urban dictionary because that can be FUN, but if you are making these you might just look plain silly.
You'll Never Use These Common Words Incorrectly Again
If your grammar usage isn't the best, you're going to love this video by Glove and Boots. There are lots of things you can learn from their lessons...
7 Great Activities to Teach the Simple Present: Poster
Here's the first poster in the new 'Grammar' series, we hope it will come in handy. You may already be familiar with some of these simple, yet effective activities to present of review the S
Reading Day Game (Freebie!)
Roll and Read Tongue Twister Game.This game is excellent for Reading day. Students roll and read tongue twisters. Great for building fluency, practicing reading strategies, and having FUN!
ESL Conversation Lessons, Games, and Activities for Adults
Try out these favorite English conversation activities for adults in your classes. There are lots of activities that will get people talking!
Deal with It: 5 Simple Language Activities You Can Do with a Deck of Cards
Hands on activities are always great for the ESL classroom. The more your students use their bodies when they use English, the better they will remember what they are learning. And nothing i
12 Fun Ways to Teach Grammar in Your Classroom
Are you looking for fun ways to teach grammar in your classroom? Grammar can be a beast of it's own. I don't want to say it's the ugly stepsister of teaching, but it can be if it's not implemented in a fun and meaningful way
Ludo - irregular verbs
This game can be used to practise irregular verbs. The rules are similar to a regular game of Ludo - the only difference is that when you counter lands on a new square, you must give past forms of a given verb. - ESL worksheets
Ordinal Numbers 1-20 I Have Who Has Game
These fun I Have Who Has activity cards will get the students learning and moving! My ESL students LOVED this activity. I've included two activity worksheets with this PDF to help assess individual student progress. What's included: - 1-20 set of ordinal numbers in digit form (1st, 2nd, etc...) - ...
Zombie Zap Simple and Progressive Verb Tenses
ZAP! is a fun and engaging way to have students practice any kind of skill from adding and subtracting to identifying fact and opinion statements. This particular ZAP! game provides students practice with identifying the past, present, and future of both simple and progressive tenses for St. Patrick...
The Yes No Game | a communicative card game
The Yes No Game is a fun communication activity that gets people up out of their chairs and moving about the room asking questions to each other. Use it in language classes, as an ice-breaker, or for a party game.