An easy exercise to practice writing the alphabet using, “How are you?” “I’m fine, thank you.”
Writing Practice Use these sheets to practice writing the months. Interview Have students interview each other using this questionnaire. Alternative Interview Sheet This sheet lists all the months and students circle the month they hear. (No need to write the month, easier to use in the classroom for beginning students.) Bingo Game […]
Cue Cards These cue cards are words only. Great for reading practice! Reduce the size to Photo L for cue card sets. Cue Cards with pictures These cue cards list the months with pictures.
Writing Practice This worksheet starts with a quick review of lower case letters. It includes writing about what a student can do, and what a student likes. This is a great “On your own” activity. For example, print copies and hang them on a wall. Students can do it on their own and show their […]
Cue Cards These are simple cue cards for the activities listed on page 12. Questionnaire v2 (Updated June 2016) We made this a better looking and more robust worksheet. Check it out! It will give your students a lot of practice. Teaching tip: When teaching “No, I can’t. But I can play the […]
Cue cards This set of cue cards includes both a ‘picture’ card and a ‘word’ card. These are great for games like ‘Concentration’ and ‘karuta’. Writing Practice Practice writing the vocabulary from the lesson and then match the words with the pictures.
Here are flag cards for the countries used in lesson five. Print great on A4 for using with the whole class, or 2L size for using with games such as Karuta. L5FlagCueCards (pdf file)
Telling Time Use the worksheet to help students tel time in English. 1. In the left column, have students make four clocks. 2. In the middle and right columns, have students interview each other and draw the times on the clocks. They can check their answers by looking at each others clocks. […]
Cue Cards Simple set of picture cue cards for the activities in Lesson 6. Questionnaire Use this questionnaire to talk with four classmates. This will help students get the practice they need to master the language skills.
We developed these resources because we want easy-to-create cue cards. The Hi Friends book has fine graphics, but these resources are easy to make. Resources Cue Cards Occupation cue cards Pages file. (Print A4 size for big cards. Reduce to L size for making sets. These cards contain a small triangle on the bottom left […]