French "avoir": 20 expressions and 2 language games

Today we'll take a look at the French verb "avoir", with 20 expressions and 2 language games for practice. In English "avoir" means "to have", […]

German Direct or Indirect Pronouns With Easy Games

Do the German direct or indirect pronouns give you a little headache from time to time? Do you automatically know when to use use the […]

Teaching Punctuation: Free Classroom Display.

Table of Contents Teaching Punctuation. Spring has arrived, for many it is a chance to start a new leaf. For schools, it’s time to change […]

Teaching Connectives: 5 Activities and worksheets for the classroom.

Table of Contents Connectives: National Curriculum. Connectives represents the logical connection between two sentences, and they are crucial for understanding basic meaning of English.  Children […]

The German Separable Prefix “mit-”

German prefixes are hard for English speakers as they often seem capricious. When used in sentences, they are sometimes attached, and sometimes they're not. And […]

Teach Synonyms: Activities & 150 synonyms with over 600 examples.

Table of Contents Teach Synonyms: The National Curriculum The English language… full of different ways of saying things, from words to how we structure our […]

Teaching Poetry: Writing and Reading for Primary Schools.

Poetry is the journal of the sea animal living on land, wanting to fly in the air. Poetry is a search for syllables to shoot […]

Handwriting Day: Teaching tips and activities

Table of Contents Happy Handwriting day! Words – the most famous way of communicating and developing ideas. With a much-developed world than before, technology has […]

Open Educational Resources (OER) In 2021 — Get Started With These Top-Notch, Easy & Just Lovely Resources

Elearning does not only involve technology. It also consists of instructional strategies to configure an in-depth learning environment for the student. Among other things. After […]

Alliterations: Definition, Examples and Activities for Primary Schools.

Table of Contents What is an Alliteration? An alliteration is the repetition of letters or sounds that is used for emphasising or stressing importance. They […]

Comparatives and Superlatives for Primary School Teachers

Table of Contents What is a comparative? A comparative allows someone to compare two things and usually ends in “er“.  The bigger apple. The happier child. The […]

Relative Pronouns – A Detailed Guide for Teachers

Table of Contents What is a Pronoun? Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun.  So rather than say, “The boy’s ball bounced”, […]

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