TIE g7 support by Kylie

TIE g7 support by Kylie

Unit 1: Meeting People Unit 2: Food     Months of the Year  

Telling the Time

Telling the Time

The English language day is divided into two halves: AM and PM. AM and PM come from Latin and allow us to know if we’re talking about the first or the second half of the day. AM comes from ante merīdiem which means ‘before midday’. PM 

Two plus two equals…?

Two plus two equals…?

Time to practice reading numbers.   1 + 1 = 2 2 + 2 = 4 4 + 4 = 8 8 + 8 = 16 16 + 16 = 32 32 + 32 = 64 64 + 64 = 128 128 + 128 = 

Wat een winterslaap!

Wat een winterslaap!

Turtle want’s to hibernate, but his friends don’t like him missing out on all the fun of winter. Here’s an online English lesson for Dutch children aged between 4 and 6 years old, based on the picture book A Loud Winter’s Nap by Kary Hudson. 

There’s a lion eating the violins!!!!!!

There’s a lion eating the violins!!!!!!

Do you pretend to be an animal sometimes? Perhaps roar like a lion or sing in the trees like a bird? Here are some very famous pieces of animal music written by people who probably wanted to put roaring lions or chirping birds on stage 

Months of the Year

Months of the Year

The most easy-peasy-Miss-M’geezy way to learn your months of the year. But don’t forget to give them CAPITAL LETTERS and spell them properly as well. February can be a tricky thing!    

Horses

Horses

  Horse Facts        

Dutch and English Tongue Twisters

Dutch and English Tongue Twisters

Here are some Dutch and English Tongue Twisters to help kids consciously isolate individual words . They’re great for pronunciation and excellent for the visualization of words so kids can then present them as whole units.   Bakker Bas bakt de bolle broodjes bruin. Papa 

Peas with Honey

Peas with Honey

Here’s a silly poem my Popa used to tell all his grandchildren whenever we went for dinner.   Peas with Honey. A traditional nonsense poem.   I eat my peas with honey. I’ve done it all my life. It makes the peas taste funny. But 

TIE gr 5 Animal Memory Game

TIE gr 5 Animal Memory Game

Do you know the English words for all of these animals? Which animal is missing after each shuffle?         Now let’s break them up into groups. First, farm animals.     First Shuffle     Second Shuffle     Oh Oh! Here