ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER RESOURCES

NUMBERS GAME 11 TO 20

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Let's go over the numbers from 11 to 20

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Drag and drop letters
Match word numbers

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If you don't remember the numbers from 11 to 20,
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3RD HEROES - Unit 6 DICTATION EXERCISE

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Let's go over the present continuous with the next exercise.

Listen to carefully and type every sentence in the right way.














6TH GRADERS REVISION GRAMMAR

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Let's go over the following aspects such as the present simple, present continuous and countable - uncountable nouns in the following exercise.







If you don't remember the main rules about countable and uncountable nouns, you can click

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DICTATION EXERCISE USING "GOING TO" WITH SPORTS

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Let's do this exercise.
Listen to the sentences carefully and type them using the future form of
"GOING TO"















ENGLISH BLOG FOR CHILDREN




OUR GOAL THIS SCHOOL YEAR 2018-2019 IS “WE ARE SOWERS OF HOPE”






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   One of the goals of this weblog is to help young children to learn English language in a playful manner, based mainly on funny games and activities online. These are useful exercises to reinforce vocabulary, grammar structures and English expressions that our students study at school every day.  These activities are graded from preschool to primary education.

First of all, we know teaching and learning a new language is very important today. This is due to the demand of the society in which we live. 

Therefore, as teacher, I want my pupils to learn English language easyly and in a different way, improving them more and more every day, because they worth.


 So, most of children start from scratch learning a Second Language...




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Here below, click on the pictures to follow the links, where you could learn, practise and review the contents explained in our classrooms.





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PRESCHOOL EDUCATION GRADES

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PRIMARY EDUCATION GRADES

FIRST GRADE
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SECOND GRADE
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THIRD GRADE
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FOURTH GRADE
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FIFTH GRADE
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SIXTH GRADE
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If you´re interested in this section,
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Enjoy singing this catchy song!!!



"LEMON TREE" SONG FOR KIDS











6th Heroes - Unit 6: THE NEW TEACHER STORY

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LISTEN TO THE STORY


Unit 6

THE NEW TEACHER




  This is a science fiction story. Some children will go to Mars in a fantastic trip, and they will be able to do on Mars amazing things.

Now, it's time to listen and read this story at the same time. This is very important to improve your listening and reading skills.
















GRAMMAR EXPLANATION ABOUT "WILL" IN FUTURE TENSE

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Now, it's time to read carefully the following information about talking about the future.

Here below, there is an explanation with the using rule of "WILL".

"WILL"  is used in the following aspects:


(a) for predictions

I think she will get to London at 5 p.m. on the dot.



(b) the future actions happen without the speaker's intention.

The sun will shine tomorrow.



(c) spontaneous actions

Hang on! I will have a word with you.





In this chart, you can read how to form affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences with "WILL".

Positive
Negative
Question
I will study.
I will not play. -- I won’t play.
Will I play?
You will read.
You will not read. -- You won’t read.
Will you read?
He will run.
He will not run. --  He won’t run.
Will he run?
She will go.
She will not go. --  She won’t go.
Will she go?
It will break.
It will not break. --  It won’t break.
Will it break?
We will dance.
We will not dance. -- We won’t dance
Will we dance?
They will watch.
They will not watch. -- They won’t watch.
Will they watch?
(Remember to copy all the information in your english notebook)







After studying the rules, you are able to take the following exercise using "WILL" for the future.














MAKING SENTENCES ABOUT FUTURE WITH "GOING TO"

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This is an exercise where you're able to practise the grammar structure about talking to the future with "GOING TO" when you have got some plans.


You must type full

affirmative - negative - interrogative

and order some words in a sentence.



Good Luck!!!


Copy the sentences in your English notebook












DRAG AND DROP EXERCISE ABOUT THE FUTURE "GOING TO"

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This is a drag and drop exercise where you are able to practice the grammar structure "going to".



Good Luck!!!


Copy the sentences in your English notebook












3rd Heroes - Unit 6: CARLOS ACOSTA STORY

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LISTEN TO THE STORY


Unit 6

CARLOS ACOSTA




  This is a true story about Carlos Acosta.

Thanks to his personal effort and confident,  he became one of the most famous dancers around the world.

Now, it's time to listen and read this story at the same time. This is very important to improve your listening and reading skills.
















Unit 6 HEROES: CHANGING ROOM

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This is a video where you can learn the main vocabulary of this unit.

Just listen to and repeat after, so you can improve your speaking skill.





Now, it's time to listen to the story.

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In this unit,
we are learning how to talk about the future.


First of all, you can read an explanation about the future using "WILL".

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(Copy in your notebook. Take the quiz)




and now, another explanation with
"GOING TO"

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(Copy in your notebook. Take the quiz)






Now, you can practice the "future" with the following tasks.



Task 1
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Task 2

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Here below, you can compare and check both ways of talking about the "future" using
"GOING TO" and "WILL" with some sentences as examples.

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5th Heroes - Unit 6: AMAZING ADVENTURES

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This is a video where you can learn the main vocabulary of this unit.

Just listen to and repeat after, so you can improve your speaking skill.







In this unit, we are learning how to talk about the future when we make some plans. We use the grammar structure "GOING TO".

Click on the following link
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(Take the quiz)






Let's take the following exercises.


Task 1
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Task 2

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Task 3
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MAKING FULL SENTENCES ABOUT WEARING CLOTHES

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This is an exercise where you're able to practise the grammar structure "WEARING" with the verb "to be".


You must type full

affirmative - negative - interrogative

sentences with a subject, the right colour and the clothing word.



Good Luck!!!














REGULAR AND IRREGULAR PAST VERBS LIST FOR BEGINNERS

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Here below, you can have a look at a brief list about some irregular and regular past verbs in English languge.

Remember to copy this chart in your English notebook.


PAST VERBS LIST
IRREGULAR PAST VERBS
REGULAR PAST VERBS
BE
was - were
CYCLE
cycled
HAVE
had
WALK
walked
CAN
could
STOP
stopped
DO
did
TALK
talked
MAKE
made
LOOK
looked
RIDE
rode
VISIT
visited
WIN
won
NEED
needed
FIND
found
WANT
wanted
SWIM
swam
PLAY
played
RUN
ran
INVENT
invented
WRITE
wrote
CELEBRATE
celebrated
READ
read
STUDY
studied
FLY
flew
DANCE
danced
BUY
bought
WATCH
watched
SEE
saw
LIKE
liked
DRIVE
drove
TRY
tried
GO
went
OPEN
opened
EAT
ate
CLOSE
closed
DRINK
drank
LOVE
loved
SING
sang
SHOUT
shouted
TAKE
took
CRY
cried
LEARN
learnt
learned
REMEMBER
remembered
Important past verbs list in English for beginners



How are these verbs pronounced???

Just, click on the play button to listen to all of them.



Irregular past verbs list above




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Regular past verbs list above




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Remember the main grammar rules about the simple past tense when you make a full sentence.

Read these sentences as examples




AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCE
My brother won the running race last summer.


NEGATIVE SENTENCE
He didn't win the cycling race last summer.



INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE
Did your brother win the running race last summer?



SHORT ANSWERS
Yes, he did.
No, he didn't.













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