Category Archives: International English Language Testing System

Phonetics: Vowels and Consonants Sounds Reference Sheet

This is a great reference document to help students learn and remember vowel and consonant sounds. The worksheet includes a sound and words that connect with each sound. It’s ideal for teachers to reference when working with young learners and … Continue reading

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Penguins – How Many Words?

How many words worksheets can be used in many ways. You can use it as a competition, as a timed challenge or just for fun! Students can complete the task on their own or in groups or in pairs. How … Continue reading

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Christmas Around the World Coloring Page

Take a break from the stress of learning and bring some relaxing holiday fun into the classroom with this Merry Christmas Around the World coloring page. Younger students can be asked to describe the colors they used to color the … Continue reading

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Superlative Adjectives

Practising superlatives cards for pair work or work in groups of three. Give your students a chance to exchange ideas based on their personal experience. Cut out the cards which contain questions on different topics. You can use it as … Continue reading

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Parts of a Fish

KS1 Science – Identify & name basic body parts. This science worksheet asks children to label the different parts of the fish using the words from the word bank. There are also some fun facts for students to read.  BusyTeacher: … Continue reading

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Superlatives: Important Rules

This is a very simple worksheet. It contains the Rule of the Superlative form for students to complete. It also contains examples for students to understand it better. i.e The Burj Khalifa is the ________________building in the world. Hope, it’s … Continue reading

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Beginning of the Year Conversation Game

This worksheet is a nice way to to review previous knowledge. Everything is here: grammar (tenses, modals), topic vocabulary (free time activities, school subjects, extreme sports, music, description of a person/city, etc). Also, it gives students the … BusyTeacher: Free … Continue reading

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WH Questions: Who? What?

Who did that? What did you say? Many questions begin with the words “who” and “what.” Read each question and choose the correct answer. Once you have answered all of the questions, try coming up with some questions of your … Continue reading

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Song Worksheet: Castle on the Hill

After listening to the song “Castle on the Hill,” students must complete activities related to the song. Activities include filling in the blanks with the correct words and verb tenses, as well as completing phrases to summarize what the song … Continue reading

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Feeling Words

This worksheet contains a list of short sentences that describe different situations, such as losing a favorite teddy bear. Students must select the feeling word that best connects with the scenario. Students will learn key feeling words and adjective … … Continue reading

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