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Our Goal


this school year


2018 - 2019


is

"WE ARE SOWERS OF HOPE"















 


   One of the goals of this weblog is to help young children learn English language in a playful manner, based mainly on funny games and activities online. They are useful exercises to reinforce vocabulary, grammatical 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, enriching them more and more every day, because they worth.



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




Take it easy!!!

Thanks In Advance!!!












 Click on the pictures below to follow the links, where you cuold learn, practise and go over the contents explained in our classrooms.





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PRESCHOOL EDUCATION GRADES


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PRIMARY EDUCATION GRADES

FIRST GRADE





SECOND GRADE





THIRD GRADE





FOURTH GRADE





FIFTH GRADE





SIXTH GRADE

















If you´re interested in this section,
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more extra information.








MORE INTERESTING
ACTIVITIES AND GAMES





 


   

 










"LEMON TREE" SONG FOR KIDS











PAST CONTINUOUS DICTATION EXERCISE

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Unit 3



This activity is very important because
it's a self-assessment for you.



Let's practise the past continuous by mean of this dictation exercise. You are able to improve your listening and writing skills.




Now, feel free to take the next quiz.















MAKING COMPARATIVE SENTENCES OF SUPERIORITY GRADE INTERMEDIATE

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Let's take this exercise to reinforce the comparative adjectives of superiority grade in English language.


Type full sentences

Copy the sentences in your notebook














ENDING VERBS WITH "-ING"

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Here below, you have an exercise
to practise the ("-ing")
in verbs.

You use the sufix (-ing) at the end of every verb in the Present Continuous, Past Continuous, expressing Likes and Dislikes, and so on.



Now, let's practise!!!













PAST CONTINUOUS EXPLANATION WITH EXERCISES

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Welcome back!!!



Here below, there is an explanation about the PAST CONTINUOUS tense in English language.


We use the past continuous to describe an action in progress around a specific time in the past.
It is used to talk about two actions in the past that happened at the same time and were continuous.

The spelling rules relating to the formation of the Past continuous are the same as for the Present continuous.

Use the past of "be" + verb + (-ing)

I was
You were
He was
She was
It was

We were
You were
They were

ex: I was singing at eight o'clock this morning.
What were you doing at eight o'clock?


Remember
How to form the ending "-ing"

You have to add the sufix "-ing" at the end of every verb. But, bare in mind the following rules:

* Verbs ends in "e", change it by "i"

examples

ride --> riding
write --> writing
freeze --> freezing
dance --> dancing
phone --> phoning

* When the verb ends

CONSONANT + VOWEL + CONSONANT

you have to double the last consonant.

examples

win --> winning
sit --> sitting
cut --> cutting
swim --> swimming
stop --> stopping
skip --> skipping
begin --> beginning
dig --> digging

But, there are some exceptions that don't follow this rule.

*These verbs don't double the last consonant because the stress is placed on the first syllable

open --> opening
happen --> happening
visit --> visiting
listen --> listening


* Don't double the last consonant if the verbs end in W, Y, X.

fix --> fixing
flow --> flowing
play --> playing


Now, you can do two exercises to practise the Past Continuous tense.


Exercise 1

Look at Jane's diary.
What was she doing at these times?

My diary
Monday 4.30 - 5.30 p.m.
have an appointment at the dentist's

Tuesday 7 - 8 p.m.
play tennis with Mimi

Wednesday 8 - 10 p.m.
watch the Black Widows

Thursday 8.30 - 9.30 p.m.
revise for an English test

Friday 5 - 7 p.m.
do the shopping with Carrol

Saturday 11.30 - 12.30 a.m.
cook lunch

Sunday 9 - 10 a.m.
tidy the house with mum


On Monday at 5 p.m. she _____ an appointment at the dentist's.

On Tuesday between 7 - 8 p.m. Jane and Mimi _____ tennis.

On Wednesday at 9 o'clock she _____ the Black Widows.

On Thursday from 8.30 to 9.30 she _____ for an English test.

On Friday at 6 o'clock Jane and Carrol _____ the shopping.

On Saturday between 11.30 and 12.30 she _____ lunch.

On Sunday at 9.30 Jane and her mum _____the house.

But I don't know what she _____ at 12 p.m. on Sunday. Was she sleeping?






Exercise 2

The Thompson family.
What were they doing on Sunday at 7 o'clock?


Mr. Thompson _____ (cook) dinner in the kitchen.

Mrs. Thompson _____ (clean) their car in front of their house.

Jack and Eve _____ (sit) in the hall near the fireplace.

Jack, their 11 years old son, _____ (read) Shakespeare's sonnets.

Eve, at the age of 16, _____ (play) with Barbies.

Their grandma and grandpa _____ (have) a good time.

Their grandma _____ (exercise) in the gym.

Their grandpa _____ (iron) shirts and socks in the living room.

They also had two pets. And do you know what they _____ (do)?

Spot, the puppy, _____ (catch) mice in the garden.

And Kitty, the little cute kitten, _____(fight) with neighbour's dog. 






Exercise 3

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Exercise 4

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COMPARATIVE GRADE OF ADJECTIVES EXERCISE

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This activity is very important because
it's a self-assessment for you.



Let's practice typing the comparative form of some adjectives in English.




Now, feel free to take the next quiz.






If you are stuck, you can

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if you want to learn the basic rules by forming the comparison of "SUPERIOROTY" grade with adjectives.















COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES WORKSHEET FOR BEGINNERS

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Unit 3



This activity is very important because
it's a self-assessment for you.



Let's practice making comparative sentences in English.




Now, feel free to take the next quiz.



















6th Grade - Unit 3: CRAZY FOR CULTURE

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CRAZY FOR CULTURE


In this Unit 3,
Here below, you can check out the following video.

Listen to and repeat the words.







Now, it's time to take the following exercise to practise the vocabulary learned in this unit 3.







Now, you can learn the past of the
verb "to be".

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Now, it's time to practise the past of the verb "to be" with the following tasks.

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PAST CONTINUOUS EXPLANATION WITH EXERCISES

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5th Grade - Unit 3: BUY AND SELL

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BUY AND SELL



Let's check out the following video to learn a vocabulary about different things you can buy or sell every day.

There are useful words to describe some objects as well.


Enjoy!!!


Remember to copy the Sample Sentences in your English notebook.






Now, it's time to take the following quiz to practise the vocabulary of the unit 3.








Click <<<  H   E   R   E >>> explanation
if you are interested in learning how to form the comparison of "SUPERIOROTY" with adjectives.

Here below, there are very important exercises focused about the comparative form of adjectives in English.


Click on the pictures below to link and practise.

Quiz 1





Quiz 2







QUIZZES 3 and 4
(Making sentences)





QUIZ 5





QUIZ 6
(Making sentences) 






GAMES FOR YOU
(Drag and drop words)
















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