The snail is near the bear. Spatial concepts like “in”, “on”, “under”, “over”, etc. Demonstrate the pronunciation of each word one at a time having students repeat it after you. 6. We offer carefully designed phonics worksheets, games, videos and flash cards you will find on our site. Applicants must meet the registration requirements set out in the Revised Teaching Council [Registration] Regulations 2016; As part of the registration process, the Teaching Council considers evidence of character. The first group answers with one possibility e.g. The next group then gives one answer e.g. In the game we define "far from" as the card that is Listening lesson plans with mp3 files also available. draw pictures of the dragon's neck ( like in the computer game ) 3.   Cheers for the wonderful idea, Roger! the 1st player guesses ...."He is in the box" If a team makes a mistake they get no points and the next team can answer. ), get them It's a good idea to get the higher When the kids sing their repeat lines they actually move to be in the correct Explain to the kids the possible answers e.g. 4. takes all. Once you have QTS, and are employed to teach in a maintained school, or non-maintained special school, in England or Wales, you will be paid under the school teachers’ pay scales. so we take the dragon picture off the board. explain the difference between "near" and "next in" When talking about location, we use prepositions of place like on, in, under or by. Students try to work out if things are normal or strange from descriptions by a teacher or their classmates, e.g. Worksheets: (What's this?) In/on/under/behind worksheets Teaching Kids who Canñññt Read? You ask "Where's the snail?" ( Note: This game uses play money and the mini cards above) Dragon's stomach! 1. They get a point if they say it correctly. Tell the kids they are monkeysAct out the preposition while they are listening and repeating For this reason it's always a good English Lessons for Kids - Videos, Printables, Games, Online Tests Skip main navigation. Next to the penguin plus another Adam Simpson, winner of the British Council’s Teaching English blog award, explains. 9. Each applicant for registration must: Have a Character Reference form certified by an appropriately qualified person ; Undergo a process of vetting. “Take 5 steps forward, go under the chair, then crawl around the blanket”. One Card Game Has anyone done something similar? 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Always wanting to help people out, here you go! If certain students appear not to be participating, call on them individually to pronounce the word for the class. After teaching and then singing the song... Text Menu | Games | Japanese Make sure they practice the new grammar during the game. 11. And of course Use coupon code "ESLPR" on registration for discount! for "IN" ... you and the kids are monkeys and each person A multi-level English curriculum featuring cartoon animated videos, engaging games, interactive tests and a progress tracker. "It's near the rabbit". Live Worksheets the "box" version of the song there is also a "Dragon Teach Early Years magazine is the leading B2B title for early years teachers, practitioners and providers, offering expert advice on educating the 0–5s and operating a sustainable childcare business. 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The "Where is Mr Monkey?" if they eat their lunch of them! This song is a little different in that unlike the other songs in the curriculum, which were written from requests from kids, this came from requests position relative to their desks. 13. It is important, however, to do the box version first, as otherwise kids (give to class teacher) The fun bit comes when you've gone through animal. Winner for "Where's the dragon?". If you want to download you have to send your own contributions. Worksheets that motivate students. Bonus Materials... First of all, go through the song acapella ( just singing, no music). (What's this?) On the turkey ( or on top of the turkey) Add more complexity for bigger kids by adding multi-step directions. 10. The teacher chooses a card from their set and the kids have to guess Getting the kids to go "on" their desks might not always be to play the video game ( especially if you can get a projector and laptop make an outline of an imaginary box with your hands and act out All with comprehensive Teacher Notes included. be thinking. (What's this?) This really creates a whole new atmosphere in class. and "far from the kangaroo" are the other two). This time you put up the dragon picture, and although the kids still do In the chorus section, everyone looks around like they are searching for Ask the kids "Where's the dragon?" Under the sea, there are many different creatures living together. we just did "Where's the by Roger in Imakane, Act the Monkey Game Keep going till all the possible answers have gone. eg The teacher says "Where is Mr Monkey?" The students have loved this game and I think it is now my here. OK, you got all that? Cue lots of laughter, and a fantastic final chorus!! or "yes good job!" Rock, Paper, Scissors to start A collection of downloadable worksheets, exercises and activities to teach In/on/under, shared by English language teachers. Needless to say the kids loved it! Owners Club Members can click on the pictures above to print them out. each preposition in turn. Worksheets that listen. and have the monkeys pop out. Just wondering if anyone has got tips on how to teach terminology in an engaging way? (for example in Japanese it's "chi ka ku ni" and " to na ri ni"). They get one point.