A fun teaching kit of stories for daily life. Themes are; weather, body parts, house and furniture, daily routine, and fruit and vegetables.
Minimal prep time for you with this complete teaching kit for children ages 6 to 10
A comprehensive teaching package with humorous plots to entrance all, including:
a. 5 illustrated stories with a total of 149 colour illustrations!
b. 5 lesson plans with games and activities for pre and post story-telling.
c. 78 flashcards
d. 41 worksheets
e. 12 board games
f. 5 crafts and colouring
g. 5 story PowerPoints with audio by native speakers
All of which means minimal preparation time for you
– Use alone or follow on from the About Me series.
– All stories are beautifully illustrated and themes are weather, body parts, daily routine, house and furniture, and fruit and vegetables.
– Two levels of vocabulary allow for stories to be used several times and for multiple levels
– Stories are progressive, building on vocabulary previously learned, with revision cleverly mingled in new story lines.
– Tell the stories yourself, and with the kids, or play the PowerPoints for a vivid presentation and audio by native speakers
– Preparation for ESOL young learner exams: European A1 level (CEFR) or 0/0+ for ILR, or NL, NM for ACTFL
So download your stories teaching kit “Daily Life” right away.
Daily Life language summary
Story 1: What’s The Weather Like? It’s hot, cold, windy etc.
Story 2: The Great Doctor – Body Parts, How are you feeling? My foot hurts.
Story 3: Two Naughty Boys – Daily Routine
Story 4: The Thing – House and Furniture, Prepositions, What’s that? Shall we follow it? I’m scared.
Story 5: Fruit and Vegetables, What’s it for?
So please download your stories teaching kit “Daily Life” and get started with these fun lessons and stories.
Great results assured!
I bought a whole load of your material some time ago and have been using it loads. I love it. More importantly so do my students. I teach all age groups in Italy and your material has given me new ideas and confidence. One 7 year old boy said, after his first English lesson, that he had been to an English Party”.
Alessandra Lams, Tuscany, Italy