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Repassar les rutines en anglès
Hello, What’s your name song

Good morning to you

It’s sunny today


Aprendre una rima sobre el nom de la classe


Eyes, nose, mouth, ears (big/small)

Body parts
Head, shoulders knees and toes



Rainbow song

Ten little monkeys story/song

Nursery Rhyme: Baa Baa Black Sheep

Introduir vocabulari relacionat amb:

Beeper counts story  (1, 2, 3 i 4)

Christmas Carol and story Stickman

There was an old lady (animals) song, story and representation)


Valentine’s day


Song, story and representation

Review English Nursery Rhyme: Hickory, Dickory, Dock

Family members

Easter Egg hunt


The very hungry catterpillar

Rainy, windy, hot, cold, sunny

Umbrella, jacket, swimsuit, T-shirt, hat

Repassar el vocabulari treballat


Enter the class pretending the door doesn´t open. Say the password (1,2,3 open please)
Wake up the puppet Zack.
Zack says hellos to everyone and asks what´s your name.
Zack asks the students to high five and to give him a kiss.
Sing the hello good morning song.
Ask 'how are you?" happy or sad
TPR: Ask students to stant up and sit down several times in differents speeds.
Theater with puppets. Who is kittent´s mum?
Colours song.
Build a house with blocks, ask yourself and answer out loud what colour is each block.
Sing the song ten little kittens (TPR meaw and scracth)
Sing circle, circle go around
Sing goodbye my friend.


Enter the class pretending the door doesn´t open. Say the password (1,2,3 open please)
Sing the hello good morning song.
 Sing the weather song 6.

Wake up the puppet Zack.
Zack asks the students to high five and to give him a kiss.

Story: Silence, listen and look.
Where's Zack?
He's under the table. No.
Where's Zack?
He's on the table. No.
Where's Zack?
He's on the chair No.
Where's Zack?
He's under the chair. No. 
Where's Zack?
He's on the paper. No.
Where's Zack?
He's under the paper. No. 
Where's Zack?
Where's Zack?
He's next to me.

TPR: Ask students to stant up and sit down several times in differents speeds.

Game tennis ball (song 7). Touch a kid to transform him into a tennis ball and start bouncing together until everyone is touched.

Colours song 5.

Intelligence bits (flashcards): This is a crayon. This is plasticine. This is a paper.

Rhyme song 8, pretty kitten.
TPR walk like a dog. Time out! Goodbye my friend song 5.


Sing the hello good morning song.
 Sing the weather song 6.

 First of all, I arrive in class with my magic bag where I keep the shapes flashcards. My pupils take turns to discover what flashcards I have this time in my bag and as we are taking them out we name them. Then, we investigate who of us has any of these shapes on our clothes. It is fun!

These are the flashcards that I used:

TPR: Stand up, sit down, cross your legs

Right after that, we listen to the two tracks and we classify which shapes are on the first song and which on the second one. We love classifying :D

These are the Shape Songs:

In order to understand better the shapes, I give plasticine to my pupils and we make the different eight shapes with it. We pretend to be in an Art Gallery and each pupil displays his/her shapes to the rest of us. Using these plasticine shapes we just created, we put them in 8 different groups so all the stars are together, all the triangles are together, etc.

I discovered this youtube channel called Learning Fun by shapes and it just fits so well into the lesson plan! They have different fables were everything in it is made by shapes, it is fantastic :D I chose

“The hare and the Tortoise” to watch in class:

After watching the video we speak about the shapes that we recognize in it and what shapes have been used for making the main characters.

To revise a little bit and to have some more fun, there is this great website which contains many online games. 

Intelligence bits (flashcards): This is a crayon. This is plasticine. This is a paper.
Goodbye my friend song 5.


Count to 5
Read the story
The mummy is Sad. Mummy Duck is sad.


Read the story Dry bones

DRY BONES GAME: Children can be encouraged to run or move around a designated area until the teacher says, FREEZE DRY BONES! And immediately the children will stop and freeze until the teacher tells the DRY BONES to come alive and children will continue to move around and continue to have children FREEZE, as time allows.

DRY BONE BALLOONS: Divide the children into teams. The children will run a relay to run as a skeleton while bopping a balloon to the finish line and back to the team where the next "skeleton player" will do the same until all the children have had a chance to play. Children will enjoy using their imaginations on how a skeleton would look or act!

DRY BONE HUNT: In preparation for a DRY BONES bulletin board, let the children go on a DRY BONES hunt around the room to find small pictures of bones printed from the computer or a book, and then quickly bring back a bone and put on bulletin board and continue to find bones to put in order to form a human body on the bulletin board. When all the bones have been found and placed on the bulletin board, children can talk about the words that the teacher has written on the bones to remind us of today's lesson. Words that the teacher can write on the various bones can be about hard times that we face and the HOPE that Jesus gives us.



EFL Halloween activites

As Halloween is nearly upon us, Stacey Hughes, teacher trainer in the Professional Development team at OUP, has been busy creating a collection of ghostly classroom activities for you to use with your class. 
It seems that everyone likes a scary story. As autumn days grow shorter and darker, forcing us indoors, this is the perfect time to tell ghost stories.
Ghost stories and tales of the supernatural have been around for centuries and are a feature of nearly every culture.  Though many people may not believe in ghosts today, stories about haunted castles, enchanted ruins and spooky spectres are still very popular.
Why do we like to be scared so much? One theory is that frightening stories cause a release of adrenaline which makes us feel a ‘rush’. Adrenaline is the same hormone that is released in a fight or flight situation, and, because there is no real danger, we enjoy this ‘thrill’. So we tell ghost stories around the campfire, go to frightening movies, read chilling novels – all in search of a spine-tingling sensation.
As Halloween approaches why not use this opportunity to incorporate some ghostly language and tasks into your lessons? We have put together a variety of photocopiable activities that can be used at various levels and with different age groups.
Click the links below to find activities to use with your students.


Scary collocations

Ghoulish word forms

Frightful idioms

Monster match (young learners)

Spooky CLOZE 1 (high intermediate and above)

Spooky CLOZE 2 (pre-intermediate and above)

Read a ghost story

Write a ghost story

Shadowy web quest

More resources

Check Oxford Magazine’s Special Halloween Corner for thrilling Pre-Primary and Primary classroom ideas.
Happy Halloween!


Christmas FUN for the little ones!

Christmas is one of my favourite festivals. I guess that, as it happens to many other teachers, it is funnier and easier to plan Christmas lessons and create Christmas resources than it happens with other celebrations that are normally used in the ESL class.
There are so many materials that can be used when planning Christmas based lessons that we could get lost in them! I have had that feeling before, so I understand that feeling of finding cool stuff and thinking “I could use this, I could use that” and after downloading lots of resources not knowing how to organise them or how to use them with our pupils.
I would like to share what I am using at the moment in my preschool lessons. Feel free to use anything you like!
I tend to start the Christmas lessons watching a cartoons episode the ones I am using at the moment for the different preschool levels are:
– Peppa Pig “Santa’s visit”

– Mickey mouse clubhouse “Mickey saves Santa”

– The baby triplets “Christmas” 


As usual, I like them learning some vocabulary with the help of flashcards. The eight words I chose are these ones:
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You can ask them to help you colouring them and once they are coloured you can laminate them to be able to use them for some TPR games.
There is this poem that my pupils really like saying, it is called Santa will pop!. Next, there is the video tutorial :

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Here there is the Santa image that they have to colour and cut out. Once it is done, you can glue it onto a transparent plastic stick so it isn’t visible.

Christmas Carol I really like singing with the little ones is Jingle Bells, the catchy rhythm is great! We don’t singing it all, we usually focus on the chorus. The version I like is this one because it is slow enough for the children to get the lyrics:

There are a couple of worksheets that could be done. In the first one, the children have to cut out the snowman and decide how they dress it up and in the second one they have to draw inside the stocking the presents they would like to get.
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Start counting with Hickory Dickory Dock

I really like this version of the Hickory Dickory Dock story to have a first contact with the numbers in English. Moreover, they also get familiar with the Up & Down movement words.

I recommend you Sense títolto find a cute mouse soft toy that you can use while telling the story and making it run up and down your pupils little heads. It will make them giggle!

Next, there is this helpful chant which goes very well to start counting 1, 2, 3 using the same clock as in the story:

It is always good if you use some flashcards to role play the story and let them be part of it. When they are involved they learn more and better. Here there is an example that you could use:

Songs are always important to make sure knowledge is being acquired. Next, you have the traditional rhyme Hickory Dickory Dock that your pupils will love singing and dancing to:


Today I would like to share with you all how you could work Easter with the youngest ones in Primary level.
There is this version of the song Here comes Peter Cottontail that I adore, I find it very catchy. The video itself isn’t great, so you could just play the song and not show the video.

I made this worksheet with the lyrics so the pupils could colour Peter. Inside the rectangular sign I would ask them to write “Happy Easter”.

If you wanted your pupils to have some extra fun doing some Arts related to Easter, I adore this activity called “Fingerprint Chicks”
http://www.kinderart.com/seasons/easter8.shtml chick

I like asking them to make 5 fingerprint chicks spread out on a sheet of paper and then they have to draw a background for them. It always looks fantastic and you can use them to decorate the classroom walls or even the school corridor.

In case you want to spend several lessons working on Easter, you could watch the adorable film of The tale of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny by Beatrix Potter.

Here there are a couple of worksheets to work a little bit on vocabulary related to Easter that you could ask them to do so they calm down after having been singing the song for example, or for those who finish first the Arts activity.


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