Tiggly Submarine: Explore the Depths of Short Vowels & Phonics- Learning System for Tablets We all live in the Tiggly Submarine; the Tiggly Submarine; the Tiggly Submarine… It’s yellow and red with our favorite friend as Captain of the ship, so...
If you like MadLibs kind of activities in which you write words to substitute for blanks in a story, before reading; you and your students will love Wacky Web Tales. The website gives you more than 50 titles that you can choose from.
Jim George's insight:
Like the grammar awareness this 'needs' - never hurts to think about the kind of words we use.
We were so busy making videos for the Aurasma project, Damian and I forgot to take so many pictures over the last couple of months! Sorry about that! Father Christmas brought us a nice new stash of...
Jim George's insight:
If you have permission to take photos of your students in class, why not chronicle the fun you are having? Make sure you follow sensible protocols, and use music you are allowed to as well. - not always the track you'd really go for, admittedly!
In the first of a new series of blogposts on lexis and young learners, Anne Robinson, author of the Fun For series, explores how teachers can use similarities between words to make learning vocabulary fun and more memorable.
Getting to grips with self introductions is an integral part of learning a language, particularly early on on your learning journey. However, self introductions and personal questions can get boring...
Victoria Murphy, Professor of Applied Linguistics and author of Second language learning in the early school years: Trends and Contexts, shares her thoughts on the importance of L2 development in childhood, ahead of her forthcoming talk at IATEFL...
In the final post in her series on motivating young learners, Karen Saxby, co-author of Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers and author of the Storyfun for Starters, Movers and Flyers books, offers some advice on teaching spelling, and using...
Submissions are now open for publishers to enter the Guardian children’s fiction prize 2015. The closing date is midnight Tuesday 21 April 2015 The Guardian children’s fiction prize was founded in 1967.
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