Today we celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day. If you are lucky enough to lose a tooth today, maybe Tooth Fairy will be far more generous than usual :).
Here sre some printables, games and activities to celebrate.
- Free printable Tooth Fairy Letters (from madamedeals.com)
2. Race to Lose a Tooth: A Counting Game (from www.toddlerapproved.com)
3. Tooth Fairy Learning Pack (from lifeofahomeschoolmom.com)
4. Teeth Game (http://www.colgate.com/en/us/kids/kids-corner?Game=Brushchart)
Happy Tooth Fairy Day!
How else to spend the winter break if not with your favourite characters?
Click on the pictures below, print and Happy Holidays! 🙂
Frozen – movie worksheet
Frozen – Movie vocabulary
Frozen Activity Sheets
Frozen Colouring Pages from Disney
Free Frozen Learning Pack
Free Frozen Alphabet Cards
What a fun and effective activity for developing speaking and vocabulary skills. Children tend to be competitive and they will always enjoy being challenged.
During this period I teach animals to my students and looking after some teaching resources, I found some interesting ones.
You’ll have the animals vocabulary, the interrogative `Whose?`, the genitive case and an interactive game. 4 in 1…sounds perfect for me:)
Here is the first game: Whose feet are these? Download here: http://www.kizclub.com/Topics/animals/whosefeet(C).pdf
The second one: Whose ears are these? Download here: http://www.kizclub.com/Topics/animals/whoseears(C).pdf
The third one: Whose footprints are these? Download here: http://www.kizclub.com/Topics/animals/footprint(C).pdf
Have fun teaching! Always 🙂
Who’s ready for an adventure?
Pack your bags because we’re going to a mountain trip.
Take a pair of boots and warm clothes, a tent and a sleeping bag, the first aid kit, a life vest, a flashlight and a whistle. Don’t forget about the camera to take amazing pictures and a big smile on your face.
The story begins with M., her father and sister and myself. M drew a map for the road, we got into the car and the adventure began. We laughed, we sang happy songs and we even stopped and went fishing for lunch.
But after we had entered the magic forest, something happened. 3 pairs of eyes were shining in the dark: a wolf, a fox and a bear. They were all watching us and they were decided not to let us pass, so we had to come up with a solution to flee from them…
And the story can go on for several posts :)). To sum up, just print the flashcards below and you can have a great English class revising the vocabulary, learning new words and imagining all sort of stories.
Click to download the Camping- flashcards & Camping- categorizing. Sursa: www.kidsparkz.com
My kids are growing so we’ve started the first reading lessons in English. These are really amazing lessons so enjoy them as much as you can.
I’ve gathered some websites for making the process more fun. So check them out:
Reading Bear: all free, online activities, fun, easy to use, totally recomand it
Clarkness: free stories and eBooks for the beginning reader
Kiz Phonics: part-free, online & printing, coloured, smart, applications
Duo Lingo: free, application, on-line, efficient, game structured
Starfall: free, online, entertaining, audio
We Give Books: free on-line books, infinite books, charity, best website ever