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ESL-Kids - Flashcards, Worksheets, Games and Songs

ESL-Kids - Flashcards, Worksheets, Games and Songs | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
Free ESL resources for kids including flashcards, handwriting worksheets, classroom games and children's song lyrics.
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The TES - Education Jobs, Teaching Resources, Magazine & Forums

The TES - Education Jobs, Teaching Resources, Magazine & Forums | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
Latest news, comment, education jobs, teaching resources and discussion from the TES.
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RTscripts

Shameless Plug Improve students’ reading fluency while providing fun and purposeful practice and performance through Reader’s Theater Scripts. Engage students through Reader’s Theater to make...
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Word Walls That Work | Scholastic.com

Word Walls That Work | Scholastic.com | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
Learn some new tips for designing practical, efficient, and memorable hands-on word walls.
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Young learners | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC

Young learners | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
Collection of power points for reading to YLs
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ESL Kids,Worksheets for teachers

ESL Kids,Worksheets for teachers | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
ESL Kids Worksheets, ESL teaching materials, resources for Children, Materials for Kids, parents and teacher of English,Games and activities for ESL kids, resources for ESL teachers and parents, videos, worksheets and games
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Free Ready to Print Children's Picture Books with Matching Audio mp3's

Free ready to print kid's picture books with matching audio mp3's, a shapes book, a counting book, a fruit book and more
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MES English - free printable resources for teachers

MES English - free printable resources for teachers | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
Free Printables for Teachers - Free flashcards, worksheets, handouts and game cards to match, phonics materials, projects, games, and more all ready for download and printing.
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Primary English - Speaking and Listening Activities - YouTube

http://edchat.net - © Crown Copyright. Provided by Education not Limited Further resources available on http://edchat.net Licensed to Education not Limited f...
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Primary Resources - Free teaching resources, lesson plans, teaching ideas & worksheets for primary and elementary teachers

Primary Resources - free worksheets, lesson plans and teaching ideas for primary and elementary teachers.
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Making Spelling Fun

Making Spelling Fun | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
Young Learner courses are most often associated with fun and games. What about the more serious stuff? How do we bring in the 'boring bits' without killing the life and soul of the lesson? Spelling...
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Once upon a time: Stories and fantasy vocabulary for young learners

Once upon a time: Stories and fantasy vocabulary for young learners | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
This is a lesson plan from a new series for young learners. I originally taught these classes spread over 2-3 half hour classes, they could obviously be combined into one hour and a half class. Par...
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Literacy Teaching Ideas - Reading (General)

Find free reading teaching ideas, activities and resources for your primary and secondary classroom.
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The Images Shed

The Images Shed | Primary EFL | Scoop.it
Watch the film through. Simply pause the film on a beautiful scene and then ask the children to describe it. Simple! Writing prompts
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Jim George's curator insight, December 17, 2013 11:31 AM

Big fan of The Literacy Shed & sheddite

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