Whether it's holiday season or not, silly sentences in the form of Easter Eggs are always a fun activity to start off your class. Kids love silly stories and color matching and you get them to practice writing and use of tenses without complaining.
In this blog post, I share some of my most useful materials for entertaining classes focused on various aspects of language acquisition.
1. SILLY SENTENCES
- to practice SPELLING, PUNCTUATION, and VERB TENSES
2. SPOT 5 DIFFERENCES
- practicing the structure 'THERE IS/ THERE ARE ... MORE/LESS/FEWER'
' There are MORE strawberries on the first picture. '
' There are FEWER plants on the second picture.'
3. COMPOUND WORDS
ladybug, butterfly, rainbow, backpack
- can be used for the game 'Pictionary'
- to teach specific vocabulary such as types of vehicles